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Cotton, Linen Fabric, Silk, Fabric, Voile, Mulmul and Cotton
Shibori, Tie & Die
Leheriya is a traditional tie-dye technique that originated in Rajasthan, India. The word "leheriya" is derived from the Rajasthani word "leher," which means wave. This name is quite fitting because the patterns created with leheriya resemble waves. The process involves tying the fabric with threads at various intervals before dyeing it. This tied fabric is then dyed in vibrant colors, usually using natural dyes. The tied sections resist the dye, creating a distinctive wave-like pattern when the threads are removed. Leheriya is commonly used in making sarees, odhnis (dupattas), turbans, and other traditional Rajasthani attire. The technique has been passed down through generations, and artisans often use a variety of colors to create visually stunning and intricate patterns. The vibrant and colorful nature of leheriya makes it popular for festive and celebratory occasions.