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Ajrakh is a textile printing technique found in Pakistan and northern India. The complex motifs are inspired by nature and Islamic architecture. Pure, natural dyes and fixatives are used. The colors are usually black, indigo, red, green and yellow. The white that you sometimes see arises because parts of the fabric are covered with a paste of clay and gum before dyeing. Those parts remain unpainted and therefore white.
Natural raw materials that are used are, for example, alizarin (a by-product of coal tar), indigo (vegetable), pomegranate seeds, gum, wood and flour. During the printing process, the cotton undergoes many washes in fixing baths, dye baths and water. The result: a wonderfully soft fabric.
The pants have elastic at the back and side pockets.
Everything from Via India is handmade. The sizes are unique per model. The following applies to this garment:
|M (38)|| L (40)
|| XL (42)
|Low waist||78- 84||84-92||92 - 100|