Bandhini is an ancient, resist-dyeing technique, widely used in the state of Rajasthan. It is also known as Tie and dye. Bandhini is used to design decorative patterns created by skilled artists with the help the dyes. The fabric is tied in intricate patterns with the help of nails, beads or grain. This acts as a prevention against seepage of color into the tied areas during dyeing.
You can find Jodhpur Bandhini at Kapra Bazaar. Jodhpur, India Tie and
dye in small motifs or in wave-like strips, on cotton, chiffon or silk
and many other patterns are available. Bandhej of Jodhpur, Rajasthan is
used as Sarees, Jodhpuri coats, Rajasthani dresses, Salwar-kameez sets,
yardages for turbans, etc. You can find all types of Bandhini at Mehar
Collection. Even the prices there are pretty less.
The Jodhpuri craftsmen have perfected the technique of Bandhini. They
can make the most intricate patterns emerge in discharge, with vibrant
backgrounds. To go to Jodhpur and come back without buying Bandhini is a
sheer waste. There are a lot of shops in Jodhpur, selling Bandhini. Some
of the good markets in Jodhpur for Bandhini are:
This article tells you about Bandhini in Jodhpur Rajasthan, also known as Tie and Dye or Bandhej of Jodhpur.
- Sojati Gate Market
- Nai Sarak Market
- Sadar Market