Keeping in touch with India’s inner creative self, unique printing styles like Dabu are being revived through wears and decors. Originating around 675 A.D., this printing style was once in the cradle of Akola, Rajasthan. A steady acknowledgement of Dabu printing with its exclusive designs surfaced as a trending fabric pattern.
India’s creative artisans and their innovative minds are all at work when it comes to creating these fascinating motifs, which reek of the country’s ethnic roots. Dabu printings are an ode to the meticulous toils and hours put in by the workers and follow the footsteps of the ancient mud resist techniques of printing.
The hues used in these inimitable designs are derived from organic ingredients like waste wheat, mud, lime gum, etc. collectively called ‘dhabu’ (hence, the name). India Imprints bows down to such innovative ‘close-to-the–ground’ creations and offers an exclusive collection of fabrics and home decors with these exclusive designs reflective of India’s proud heritage.