Ajrakh Block Print

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  • Ajrakh modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

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  • Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

    Last items in stock
  • Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,800.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,800.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed.

    Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    ned to give a contemporary yet classy look!

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  • Ajrakh Linen Cotton Saree

    Price ₹7,000.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

     

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  • Ajrakh Cotton Saree

    Price ₹1,600.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Ajrakh Cotton Saree

    Price ₹1,600.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

     

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