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The Indonesian art form

Batik is originally an art from countries like Indonesia and China. Traditionally Batik was a cloth made using a manual wax-resist dyeing technique. It was used on sarees as an experiment and came out pretty well. The traditional Karigars of India have developed their own unique style of Batik Print Sarees with time. 


Unexplored history of Batik

Batik gets its name from the Javanese words Amba(‘to write’) and titik(‘dot’). As per the historical pieces of evidence, the origin of Batik dates back to at least 2000 years. Batik’s earliest samples were found in the Middle East, Africa, and some parts of Asia. Eventually, the art form travelled to Indonesia and gained a higher status.


The distinctive features of Batik Print Sarees

Designs: In this art form the wax is painted on, or splattered in the dye resisting process, and once the wax is ironed out, stunning patterns and designs Batik Silk Sarees come to life.

Weaving: Instead of tying up the fabric, the art uses wax resist to create beautiful patterns on the Hand Batik Sarees. Natural fabrics like cotton and silk are preferred as they can absorb the wax applied in the process.


Colors: Earthy palettes are prominently used in the Batik cotton and silk sarees along with an occasional twist of vibrant colors.

Why get Batik for your wardrobe?

  • The whole process of Batik print silk sarees is purely done by hands making it one of the most meticulously made sarees.
  • The gold-dusted Batik is perfect for special occasions like traditional festivals and Indian ceremonies.
  • Modern-day Hand Batik Silk Sarees are a beautiful blend of the old and the new.
  • The fascinating Batik designs and patterns make it a must buy.