Beige & brown Ajrakh hand-block printed Ajrakh fabric jutti in faux leather, embellished with jute lace. Sole comes with foam padding and cruelty free leather. Ajrakhs have become a symbol of the Sindhi culture and traditions that showcases ethereal designs and patterns made using block printing. Perfectly designed to be paired with any casual/formal outfit, these are comfortable pair of shoes that can be worn with traditional Indian as well as western silhouettes. Fabric used for these is hand-block printed in natural vegetable dyes: Ajrakh printing from Bhuj region of Kutch, Gujarat. Color: Beige & brown Material of Sole: Genuine Leather with foam Padding Material of Upper: Cruelty free leather & cotton Finish: Handcrafted Inspiration: Ajrakh, Gujarat Ships in 18-21 working days Disclaimer: This is a hand-crafted product. Therefore, these kind of products may bear some minor variations/ natural blemishes, which are not product flaws. They add the natural element to the product which makes it truly one of a kind.
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Ajrakh, according to local artisans, Ajrakh means "keep it today"- referring to the patience and concentration required for the 16 crucial step manufacturing process of Ajrakh textiles. Drawing in from Ajrakhpur’s arabic history, Azrakh- the arabic word for Indigo reflects the natural colours that were used in these textiles before the tragic earthquake of 1956 which swept away most of the Indigo plant in the district. Ajrakhi printing blocks draw inspiration from the Islamic architectural arches and jali windows. Each block has an intricately sculpted motif which narrates the rich culture of Kuchchh. The pastel hues and dark tones of blue are the original shades that were used in this art form.
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