sindhi Ajrak Designs
Traditional Sindhi Ajrak For Men With Various Colours
Ajrak is a conventional element of Sindhi lifestyle. It normally measures two half to 3 metres using exceptional block printed styles and shapes in powerful shades, mainly vibrant crimson and deep indigo with white and black applied to explain the geometric order in style and design.
In Sindh, it’s presented like a symbol of regard to family and friends, men wear it as a turban or wear it around their shoulders.
Modern people have used it in several techniques and currently kurtis and bed-linen are being advertised globally by using the conventional Ajrak design.
It’s use can be followed to the traditional Indus Valley civilisation (1500-3500 BC). A king clergyman porcelain figurine that has been unearthed in Mohenjodaro displays him folded in a shawl, which is considered to be Ajrak.
The procedure of producing an Ajrak is really difficult and consists of twenty one levels. The conventional workers applied native, locally manufactured materials for the making of Ajrak. However the process is from a technical perspective is similar, pure dyes have been changed, to a several scope, for commercial purpose.