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Dyers all over the world have generously used dyeing and dyeing as a unique style to dye fabric. A visit to the state of Rajasthan will introduce you to different designs and patterns of ties and colors. Rajasthanians love to wear different styles of this art. This art has long been a part of Rajasthanis. In fact, travelers to the state often have a passion to buy Bandhini, as the locals called them.
Rajasthanis costumes are more alive and fashionable because of this art. This traditional art has become more contemporary with modern color schemes and patterns. However, the style and basic essence have remained the same. The fashion style of the West became popular as part of the hippie style in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The trend was further reinforced by famous musicians such as John Sebastian and Janis Joplin.
The tie and color method
This beautiful art of coloring is not difficult at all, but it requires patience and some skill to color the fabric to make it more beautiful. The traditional way of dying is to tie the fabric with thread and then dye it with different colors. The first thing dyers do when the dye is wash and degum the fabric. They then wrap and fold the fabric into many patterns and styles. Red clay dye blocks are used and the yarn is wrapped around the fabric. When dyed, the lighter color is dyed first, followed by the darker shades. The threads unravel when the fabric dries and the beautiful patterns are finished.
Pleats and tie and color patterns
To give different styles, modern technology uses many types of folds. You can obtain the spiral patterns by swirling the fabric around a central point. Fold the middle piece of fabric vertically, draw a diagonal line and you can get a V-shaped pattern. You can even have random styles and circles with a tie and color.
The colors of the tie and the color
The aesthetic essence of art is the vivacity of the colors used in death. Each color has its own connotation. Where red is the symbol of marriage, saffron is the symbol of holiness and renunciation of the world, yellow represents spring, black and maroon are not so bright.
Tie and color fabrics
You can have elegant tie and dye pieces such as sarees, odhani, scarves, lehenga-choli-turbans, shirts, T-shirts, tops, sheets, pillowcases, tablecloths, etc. Cotton, chiffon, georgette, and wool fabrics are easy to knit and dye.
Nodal point for tie and dye fabrics
Rajasthan and Gujarat are the main centers of this art, where you can have elegant and modern fabrics of this art. Modifications and glorifications have emphasized the elegance of tie and dye fabrics. The Jamnagar region in Saurashtra and Ahmedabad region in Gujarat has made a great contribution to this art. Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Barmer, Pali, Udaipur and Nathdwara in Rajasthan display the best works of Bandhini. Pochmapalli is another center for Bandhini.
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