Bandhani or Bandhni or Bandhej, a highly-skilled process involving the Tie-Dye method, has the base fabric first tied at several points by threads and then the threads are dyed. The manner in which the tying is done decides the resulting pattern, which could be Leheriya, Mothra, Ekdali or Shikari. Patterns which emerge are generally dots, strips, waves or squares. Fabrics like Bandhani sarees are made of cotton, silk, crepe, georgette, chiffon, satin, supernet or such. Dark Colours employed for dyeing the ‘Bandhini’ could be natural or artificial. Principally applied colours being red, green, blue, black or yellow, the background is generally red or black.
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