Our Bagru hand-printed collection uses Daabu or the mud resist hand printing technique, in natural pigments and dyes, bringing to life the subtlety of hand printing in modern prints and silhouettes.
The age-old art of Daabu resist printing originates in Rajasthan in a region called Bagru. By taking advantage of the fine desert sand the artists have developed a unique mud resist called Daabu.
It is a completely natural form of dying and printing. The fabric is first covered in a clay paste and natural pigments such as indigo and pomegranate rind solution are used to create these prints.
Following this technique for six generations, the cheepas of Bagru are known for their authentic Daabu printing technique.
Delving deep into this traditional art of natural pigments and printing we bring to you - Join the dots - a sustainable and chemical-free collection made of natural fabrics and natural pigments.