The art of Bagru printing dates back to the ancient times during the twentieth century; inspired by cultures and ethnicities that kept transforming it into what it is today. However, unfazed by the emergence of newer techniques and styles, the popularity of the Bagru prints has withstood the test of time, both in India and overseas trade. The customary Bagru designs that include flowers, leaves, geometrical shapes, and patterns, have also acted as an immortal reservoir of inspiration for various other fabricated designs. The Bagru print blocks are carefully designed- known as the Sagwan (teak) and Sheesham (Indian Rosewood) blocks. The two are differentiated by the fabric patterns and their intricacy but are equally dominating in the dyeing and printing industry.