Textile Embellishments

Textile Embellishments


Surface embellishments on textiles is a centuries old tradition and the cloth fragment excavated at Mohenjo Daro was dyed purple with madder root and the continuity of this tradition is born out by the flourishing trade of dying and decorating textiles all over Pakistan.

The noteworthy traditions include block printing, especilly Ajrak, the tradition of Roghan painting, tie and dye and other methods.



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