Jaipuri prints have a special appeal to them. Time-tested and full of variety, these Rajasthan handlooms incorporate various block printing techniques, especially the more popular hand block printing in the process of churning out exquisite creations. The Jaipuri Prints of Unnati Silks are a healthy mix of prints from the ones described above. You have white to light colored sarees with light to pastel colored floral design motifs and patterns in Sanganer block prints on the soft weaves of Rajasthani cotton, sico and net sarees. Batik comes out very well on the soft Rajasthani handloom cottons
There are the closely arranged patterns of simple shapes and elaborate geometrical designs that involve a mix of prints from several blocks that result in outcomes of contrast colored prints on light backgrounds and vice versa. A Bagru effort on fine Tussar silks.
The Jaipuri Prints are displayed on Bandhani Crepe silks with enviable patch work borders, zari linings and tantalizing mango bootis. You have Chanderi Sicos adorned by Napthol block Prints with napthol printed patch borders. There are Rajasthani Malmal Cottons light and breezy with distributed motifs all over and another range of heavy dark block prints complemented by a sensational designer pallu. Jaipuri Prints with their accent on pure silk and handlooms are backed by the certifications Handloom Mark and Silk Mark from the Govt. of India giving the confidence to buyers especially the new ineat Unnati Silks regarding the genuineness of the products which they had already enjoyed all these years.