The Unnati range especially of handloom cottons is a wonderful example for a fine traditional print method like Bagru to showcase the craft and unique prints in sharp detailing and vibrant hues. Block printing comes out very well on a smooth, non sliding surface fabric like cotton, where colors adhere well and block printing can be done nicely.Sarees
Beautiful hand block Bagru printed ranges are available in varieties like Rajasthani cotton, chiffon, Kota silk, Chanderi sico where the field has an array of Bagru prints flanked by zari and colored borders, with multi-color multiple printed blocks on the pallav or end-piece. Temple design, stripes, zigzag pattern, floral scapes, innovative geometric shapes and combinations etc. – you name it and it is to be found. No wonder the Bagru print line of sarees is popular and sought after in the market.
The salwar kameez like the saree is a good canvas for the display of the Bagru prints. There is a lovely range in handloom cotton and silk cotton bagru print salwar suits. You have Rajasthani cotton, Mangalagiri cotton, their fusion versions, Andhra khadi cotton, Chanderi sico that display the designer combinations o salwar kameez in vibrant colors.
Rajasthani, Mangalagiri, Pochmpally, Rajkot, Kalamkari, Punjab, Narayanpet handloom cotton, Chanderi sico, Meghalaya organza kurtas and kurtis display the wide range of Bagru prints on fine handloom fabrics. Vivid colors, captivating patterns, unique designs and what not to capture the interest of the market.