Tradition and Craft

All our Gopi Skirts and Anarkali Dresses are made with fabrics that are created using timeless craftsmanship including Block Print, Hand Loomed Ikat and Traditional Bhandani. We work with vegetable dyes and natural fibers including cotton, linen, jute and hemp to offer you unique designs that are carefully created respecting age old traditions. We offer eco-friendly conscious clothing and take pride in doing our part to help make the world a better place for our kids and the generations to come.  

 
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Block Print

Soft cotton cloth is printed using the oldest technique known for printing fabrics. A design is drawn on, or transferred to prepared wooden blocks. Block printing by hand is a slow process and the details are highly artistic and are unobtainable by any other method.

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Hand Loomed Ikat

A unique form of textile making. Unlike block print or other hand dyeing techniques, Ikat is first woven or created and then dyed. Each piece of yarn is dyed individually and then wrapped to the desired design before hand weaving the fabric.

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Traditional Bhandini

The art of Bandhani is a highly skilled process. The technique involves dyeing a fabric which is tied tightly with a thread at several points. The word “Bandhani” comes from the Hindi word “Bandhan” which means tying. Bandhani work is mostly done in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat.