Introduction to Bandhej and its roots
Bandhej is a unique dying method practiced mainly in the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat and some parts of Uttar Pradesh. Bandhej is also known as Bandhani. The word Bandhani is derived from the Sanskrit word Banda, "to tie" is what Banda means. The art of Bandhani uses threads to create a variety of patterns, the threads are tightly placed at multiple points and dyed, which ultimately leads to the creation of Bandhej print bedsheets.
Some back story
This is the oldest method of tie and dye, its inception dates back to 5000 years. Bandhej work was started in Gujarat by the Khatri Community. People of Udaipur, Sikar, Bhilwara, Jaipur, Jamnagar, Ajmer and Bikaner have also taken up this work ever since.
Variety in Bandhej
Bandhej is available in a variety of options ranging from differences in color, patterns, and designs. Some designs and patterns found in bandhej are region-specific. Yellow, blue, black, red, and green are the colors mostly used in bandhej. Bandhej also consists of various symbols including squares, dots, waves, and strips.
||100% Pure Cotton
|Double Bed Sheet Length
274 x 228 CM (±5%) approx
|Pillow Cover Size
||45.72 x 68.58 CM (±5%) approx
||Set of 3 Pieces (1 Double Bed Sheet + 2 Pillow Cover)
|| 1 Kg
|| Color of the actual product may slightly vary from the image.
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