printed Sarees The georgette and chiffons with digital prints exude oodles of panache, and are the classic office wear choice till date. For women who love a beautiful confluence of opulence and trendy enchantment, printed kanchipuram silk sarees touch all the right notes.All about printed sarees - imprints that touch our heart!There are various kinds of printing techniques followed across various regions of India.Each printing type reflects the rich heritage and culture of that region. Inspired by nature, temple architecture, rural life and abstract art, printing styles give sarees a unique identity and style!
Famously known as the tie-n-dye print, bandhani print is native to Rajasthan and Gujarat. The artisans follow the process of pinching the fabric with fingernails to make small bindings, tying them with string and dipping the fabric in coloured dye. The strings resist dye entering the bindings. This leads to a beautiful play of colours and exquisite patterns.
Hand block printing
Native to Bagru and Sanganer, near Jaipur, hand block printing is an artistic pursuit where carved blocks of wood are dipped in dye and pressed onto the fabric in desired pattern.
Revered for its elegant diagonal stripes and chevron patterns, Lehariya printing involves making fan-like folds on the fabric, rolling it diagonally, tying the fabric at periodic intervals and dipping in dye.
Eco-friendly and sustainable, Ajrakh is a form of block printing on resist dyed fabrics. Native to the Khatris community in Gujarat, Ajrakh printing is a complex process involving multiple stages of printing, dying and washing. Using natural dyes in hues of red and blue, Ajrakh printed fabrics captivate with elaborate floral or geometric patterns.
Native to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Kalamkari is a block printing technique using natural dyes. Depicting rustic life and glories of nature, kalamkari sarees are artistic and enchanting!
As with every craft, printing keeps evolving! Versatile digital printing is the new age technique to transform every vision into a realistic design! This ensures that a fabric gleams with vivid colours and artistic designs. Floral prints are the most common digital printing design, followed by geometric and abstract patterns.
Types of printed sarees
We specialise in curating one of a kind printed sarees to enrich your day! From beautiful florals to rustic rural life depiction to architectural designs, each and every saree in our collection is a marvel!
- ● Bandhani/Lehariya printed sarees - our bandhani/Lehariya printed sarees are delightfully quintessential! Our beautiful bandhani and lehariya print collection includes organzas, kotas, tussars, handloom silks, chanderi handlooms and kancheepuram silks.
- ●Ajrakh printed sarees - our Ajrakh printed sarees are a firm favourite due to their sublime elegance. Our charming ajrakh print collection includes tussar and handloom silks
- ●Floral printed sarees - our floral printed sarees whisper tales of spring while ushering in harmony and peace! Our eye catching floral print collection includes tussars, kanchipuram silks, handloom silks, organzas and gadwals.
- ●Kalamkari printed sarees - our kalamkari sarees captivate with their artistic finesse and mesmerising beauty! Our kalamkari collection includes organzas and handloom silks.
- ●Heritage rich printed sarees- our heritage printed sarees spell artistic expression in every rustle! Depicting temple architecture and rustic life, our heritage collection includes tussar and handloom silks.