The beauty of Indian textiles rests in their weaving, the rolling of the cloth which depicts a tale of – #womanhood, survival, religious connotation and finally love which triumphs all!
From the time of the British era where Bengal artisans made Dhakai which could be folded into a matchbox, to the revival of the #Kalamkari, Madhubani and Block prints – Indian artisans put in their lives to roll each cloth piece. India Imprints connects with those artisans to provide them a gateway to express their emotions.
The vigour and sensuousness of a sari as handcrafted by the Indian artisans within the domains of their cottage speak volumes of the women who wear it. As they say – sari defines and redefines a woman, without any additional adornment.
Understanding the same and deriving ways to transcend the boundaries of those pleats, Indian artisans have printed on it the culture of this country that has the power to match global standards. Globally #desi anyone?
For all those who wish to connect with the deep mythical roots and folklore that is printed on those saris, India Imprints is the yacht to hold on to. Understanding the demands of the current times, it gives air to those emotions of the artisans whose hopes and prayers are intertwined in those layers of cloth.
The Kalamkari has stories from the epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata woven within its layers, while #Madhubani has the folklores of India aptly covered within its folds. The block prints add a unique touch to the layers of those 6 feet rolled garment while Batik allows the dye to dry out.
In all these prints rests just one aspect – the patience and mystic beauty of the artisans who intertwine these pleats to create stories that go down lifetimes and has a story to tell each generation.
India Imprints just wishes to pay homage to those creators and be the path to depict their priceless creativity to those who appreciate the Indian traditions and culture.