Bagh print is a traditional Indian handicraft originating in Bagh, Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh, India. The process is characterised by hand printed wood block relief prints with naturally sourced pigments and dyes. Bagh print fabrics boast of motifs that are typically geometric, paisley, or floral compositions. Its name is derived from the village Bagh, located on the banks of the Bagh River.
Red and black dyes are almost synonymous with bagh prints. New blocks for printing are hand carved from teak or sheesham wood, but some blocks have been in use for 200 – 300 years. Motifs for the prints are sometimes inspired by the 1,500 year old paintings at Bagh caves.
This entire hand-picked / assorted collections are fresh from Bagh, made with love by very renowned National Awardee family.