We use special
effects by using specific printing methods such as:
Flat bed screen print
- Initially the process was a manual one with two
printers passing a rubber-edged squeegee across the
screen to force the paste onto fabric. The screen then
had to be lifted and moved to print the next section of
the pattern. In the 1950s semi-automatic and fully
automatic flat screen printing methods were developed.
These cut production costs significantly.
- Otary screen printing involves a series of revolving
screens, each with revolving screens, each with a
stationary squeegee inside which forces the print paste
onto the fabric. Twenty or more colours can be printed
at the same time. The process is much quicker and more
efficient than flat screen printing. Since the 1970s it
has grown to dominate the textile printing market
Tie & Dye
– It is a traditional Indonesian textile
from the island of Java. Batik or Batik process of
Indonesia is a design which evolved from the dye itself.
‘Tie-dye’ is the other name for batik fabric in the
- Dabu print The Resist Process called Dabu is used here
involves using wax or gum clay mixed with resin.
Hand Block print
Innovation in block printing on different
fabrics is gaining prominence as we run through various
cultures from the length and breadth of India.
Kalamkari is a traditional art out of the
Hindu Mythology practised in Sri Kalahasti, Andhra
Pradesh and refers to hand painted or hand block printed
cotton textile. The intrinsic art of vegetable dye hand
painting using organic dyes on cloth is done in Sri
Kalahasti, but this style also flourished at
Elegant gold & silver khadi prints on the
various array of fabrics gives a stunning appearance.
for more information on our wide range of
- Cut Work
- Zardozi -
- Mirror Work
- Sequence Work
The embellishments available in
this section could be customised on plain fabrics, woven fabrics, made ups and accessories.