Ajrakh is a block printed textile which is stock dyed using natural dyes. including indigo and madder. It is made in Kutch, Gujarat and stands out for its color - blue with red - and intricate geometric and floral designs. Its name is derived from "azarak", "blue" in Arabic and Persian. Ajrak is an inheritance of text. It takes skill and patience to make Ajrak. There are between 14 and 16 different stages of dyeing and printing, which take 14 to 21 days. The resulting fabric is soft against the skin and has a jewel-like appearance, pleasant to the touch and attractive to the eyes.
The saree made by using the Ajrakh hand block printing process is Ajrakh sarees. Ajrakh sarees are handcrafted in total harmony with the natural environment, where the sun, earth, animals, trees and rivers are part of its making. Each block printed color and pattern tells a story and is created by dyeing the fabric with natural dyes.
Mirra Clothing has a latest collection of block printed Ajrakh sarees Such as Dark Brown Modal Silk Saree with Ajrakh Hand Block Prints, Indigo Modal Silk Saree with Ajrakh Hand Block Prints, Maroon Modal Silk Saree with Ajrakh Hand Block Prints and many more. The Ajrakh sarees price starts from 5000 onwards
Exotic modal sarees speak a language of luxury, and it is a fabulous silk, which has great utility and is very light. Modal silk sarees are made from the wood fiber and are carefully treated to extract the pulp and create a "regenerated cellulose fiber". It was once an art form, known only to a limited number of people in the same village, and once the modal saree market grew huge, it opened up avenues for more people to learn and work on. the manufacture of superb modal fabrics. A perfectly designed Modal Saree gives a soft and pleasant feel and gives a unique smooth finish in the fabric. A fully woven modal silk is the mark of luxury and utility, designed to meet the diverse needs of women, to dress elegantly, while maintaining a regal look. It has an intricate design and a tight weave pattern