Colours may vary slightly due to a difference in digital and fabric colours
Dabu is a mud-resist hand-block printing practiced in Rajasthan, India. It is a tedious process involving a number of steps and the use of natural dyes. This unique form of printing is also environmentally non-toxic as it uses no harmful or synthetic dyes. Dabu, or mud, is used to block colours on the fabric before dyeing leading to the distinct patterns on the fabrics. A variety of designs are used to decorate the fabric, including geometric prints, flowers or small animals. Traditionally, dabu prints were only found in grey colours and tones (a muddy-clay colour), but now the patterns have migrated to newer colours - especially indigo.
Wash Instructions: Indigo is known to have a poor rubbing fastness, and hence first wash dry clean is recommended. Post that, you can hand wash and dry in shade, so as to retain the colour for long durations.