Taruna-Nandana Hand Block Printed Cotton Saree

2,716.00 (Incl. GST & Shipping)

Nandna Block Printing technique is more than 300 years old art that was practised in Tarapur District of Madhya Pradesh. This beautiful art got dwindled gradually. Revival of this beautiful technique of printing that involves usage of purely vegetable dyes and blocks or bootas that have names as gorgeous as they look, has made these prints a sought after possession by the connoisseurs of tasteful dressing. “Naandna” derives its name from “Naand” which means a huge earthen pot, which is used to prepare the organic dyes for colouring the fabric. The bootas have names like ” Champakali”, “Dholamaru”, “Mirchiboota” and are very specific to this style of block printing. The Green colour that can be seen in these sarees is derived from Pomegranate Rind or “Anar Chhilka” in hindi and hence these are also called by the same name.
Featured Naandna Block Printed Mul Cotton Sarees enhanced with hand aari work embroidery and handmade tassels are a keepsake for a wardrobe to add a touch of class and ethnicity.
There May Be Slight Irregularities In The Print Of These Products As These Are Handmade.

Most of our products are hand dyed,hand printed.Therefore,colors may bleed in initial washes.We recommend dry washing/cleaning them and ironing without steam.You may hand wash them separately with caution.

There May Be Slight Irregularities In The Print Of These Products As These Are Handmade.

Most of our products are hand dyed,hand printed.Therefore,colors may bleed in initial washes.We recommend dry washing/cleaning them and ironing without steam.You may hand wash them separately with caution.href=”https://thesaffronsaga.com/the-saree-tales/”>

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Taruna-Green Nandana Hand Block Printed Cotton Saree
Taruna-Nandana Hand Block Printed Cotton Saree

2,716.00 (Incl. GST & Shipping)