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Patterns in the Desert - Textile Trail in Jaipur

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Jaipur is famous for its printed textiles, the traditional Jaipur print is synonymous with big and small bootis, or jaals and borders with repeated patterned floral designs seen in today's Bagru and Sanganer prints. Our first look into Jaipuri textiles will be Bagru, known for natural dyes and hand block printing. We will visit the iconic workshop of a master craftsman and award winning Bagru and Indigo artist. This will be the starting point of our intellectual expedition into the craft of Bagru printing, seen on Rajasthani skirts (ghagras) and scarves for women (odhnis). You will discover the deep connections between the past and the present of Indian textile. With a textile designer at the helm, we will explore how block printing and traditional textile design can interact with contemporary fashion accessories. We will meet a traditional block maker and printer that will give us a peek into his collection of exquisite brass blocks, hand blocks which are no longer available and are priceless. As we look in awe at the intricate sharpness of every carving, we will feel the painstaking time and effort involved in each stage of the production process. Visiting local production workshops and discussing with designers and textile producers will allow you to develop a unique understanding of the textile universe, one filled with color and rooted in tradition and old-world techniques. We will end up with our hands colored with blues, pinks and reds after testing our skills at hand block printing with pigments! You will get an interactive, hands-on experience unlike any other. Leading textile craftsmen will offer you a fresh new perspective on the technical composition of Indian textiles as we pace ourselves through exquisite handmade garments adorned with silver and gold warq printing. A trip to Jaipur is incomplete without visiting the famous Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing. Textiles have been a fundamental presence in Jaipur, and though it may just be art to some and tools to others, the Anokhi Museum reminds us that textiles are not only a livelihood but continue to be an evolving culture breathing through the stages of contemporary revival. We will close the trip with a walk around the old bazaars and some gastronomical explorations of the regional cuisines of Rajasthan.

Jaipur is famous for its printed textiles, the traditional Jaipur print is synonymous with big and small bootis, or jaals and borders with repeated patterned floral designs seen in today's Bagru and Sanganer prints. Our first look into Jaipuri textiles will be Bagru, known for natural dyes and hand block printing. We will visit the iconic workshop of a master craftsman and award winning Bagru and Indigo artist. This will be the starting point of our intellectual expedition into the craft of Bagru printing, seen on Rajasthani skirts (ghagras) and scarves for women (odhnis). You will discover the deep connections between the past and the present of Indian textile. With a textile designer at the helm, we will explore how block printing and traditional textile design can interact with contemporary fashion accessories. We will meet a traditional block maker and printer that will give us a peek into his collection of exquisite brass blocks, hand blocks which are no longer available and are priceless. As we look in awe at the intricate sharpness of every carving, we will feel the painstaking time and effort involved in each stage of the production process. Visiting local production workshops and discussing with designers and textile producers will allow you to develop a unique understanding of the textile universe, one filled with color and rooted in tradition and old-world techniques. We will end up with our hands colored with blues, pinks and reds after testing our skills at hand block printing with pigments! You will get an interactive, hands-on experience unlike any other. Leading textile craftsmen will offer you a fresh new perspective on the technical composition of Indian textiles as we pace ourselves through exquisite handmade garments adorned with silver and gold warq printing. A trip to Jaipur is incomplete without visiting the famous Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing. Textiles have been a fundamental presence in Jaipur, and though it may just be art to some and tools to others, the Anokhi Museum reminds us that textiles are not only a livelihood but continue to be an evolving culture breathing through the stages of contemporary revival. We will close the trip with a walk around the old bazaars and some gastronomical explorations of the regional cuisines of Rajasthan.

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