Nandana Hand Block Print originates from Tarapur, a town in district Neemuch (Madhya Pradesh). It is a rigorous process, with over 10 steps involving dabu, and hand block print with alizirin. Only vegetable dyes are used in this technique, including iron metal scrapings and pomegranate peelings to give it the distinct green colour.
Wash Instructions: Handblock print fabrics tend to bleed during the initial washes due to the presence of natural dyes. Please do not soak them in water or dry under direct sunlight for long lasting colours. First wash dry clean is recommended.