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Aashi Block Printed Overall Floral Cotton Kurta

Aashi Block Printed Overall Floral Cotton Kurta

USD 69 (-1%)
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Banhi Block Printed Strightfit Cotton Trousers

Banhi Block Printed Strightfit Cotton Trousers

USD 49 (-1%)
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Aabha Cream and Green Maxi Cotton Dress

Aabha Cream and Green Maxi Cotton Dress

USD 89 (-1%)
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Aakanksha Block Printed Front Open Cotton Kurta

Aakanksha Block Printed Front Open Cotton Kurta

USD 69 (-1%)
Aakriti Block Printed Cotton Palazzo

Aakriti Block Printed Cotton Palazzo

USD 49 (-1%)
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Aarushi Block Printed Floral Cotton Kurta

Aarushi Block Printed Floral Cotton Kurta

USD 49 (-1%)
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Adya Block Printed Floral Neckline Cotton Dress

Adya Block Printed Floral Neckline Cotton Dress

USD 84 (-1%)
Aisha Block Printed Strightfit Cotton Palazzo

Aisha Block Printed Strightfit Cotton Palazzo

USD 49 (-1%)
Amna Block Printed Flared Cotton Skirt

Amna Block Printed Flared Cotton Skirt

USD 74 (-1%)
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Amulya Floral Cotton Shirt

Amulya Floral Cotton Shirt

USD 59 (-1%)
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Barkha Block Printed Anarkali Dress

Barkha Block Printed Anarkali Dress

USD 89 (-1%)
Bavishni Block Printed Skirt And Kurta Set

Bavishni Block Printed Skirt And Kurta Set

USD 99 (-1%)

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To understand the background of this glorious craft form, it is important to note that hand block printing is a form of dying and colouring fabrics using wooden blocks. India is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of block printed fabric in the world. Traditionally, this craft was manufactured in a village setting in cooperation with the wooden block carvers, chhipas (printers), rangrez (dyers), and dhobis (washers). When this craft form migrated from Gujarat to Rajasthan and eventually to West Bengal, a wider variety of traditional intricate motifs and colours were introduced.

 

At Tjori we are committed to keeping the centuries old tradition of block printing alive. This particular collection is inspired by bold floral patterns from the 17th century Mughal court art. Keeping a subtle tone, earthy colours such as sage green, brown, black and maroon are used to create an artistic contemporary look.

 

With this skilfully crafted collection step into celebration of the history, heritage, art, architecture and culture of the precolonial India.

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