We Sakshi International Private Limited are a leading manufacturer, exporter, supplier and wholesaler of printed fabrics and bed sheets. In this range our valuable clients can avail Hand Block Printed Fabric, Hand Block Printed Bed Sheet and Home Furnishing products have earned us a good name in the national and international upholstery market, due to the highly regarded innovative designs and the proved sustainability. We have been growing with leaps and bounds even in the times of deviating hurdles and curves in the path of upholstery market. Our hand block printed fabric and curtains are very commonly used in homes and hotels, owing to the good fiber content, superb fiber construction, optimal weight of the fiber and unfading color and print.
Every country is engaged in some sort of art and craft for several centuries. Many of it are engaged in block printing for several generations and even the modern- printed textiles are not able to match up their quality and success. To maintain this tradition, Sakshi International Pvt. Ltd is offering wide variety of hand block printing of delicate and intricate design patterns and we also offer hand block printing workshop in Jaipur; in which one can learn the art to print. The wood blocks, we offer varied in size and shape also has different patterns and designs. Our best hand block print manufacturer in Jaipur are crafting and creating the beautiful and attractive handicraft.
Sakshi International (P) Ltd., Established as a manufacturer, supplier, exporter and wholesaler of Hand Block Printed Textiles and Jaipur Blue Pottery. We are manufacturing large chain of items in Hand Block Printing and Jaipur Blue Pottery .
Our head office is located at Sanganer in Jaipur, which is where we also have our display studio. Our studio for hand block print is located in Jaipur. We have three production units which are located at Jagatpura, Muhana Mandi Road and Sanga Setu Road in Jaipur.
These three in-house units are the ones that deal with the manufacturing of Jaipur blue pottery and hand block printing products. All of the manufactured and finished goods are stored in the units that are located at Ajmer Road and Sanganer. We have a well-connected logistics team which ensures that all the items of our customers are delivered at the right time.
Bagru Print process
Traditional vegetable dyes are used in Bagru print process for printing the cloth. Like, the black color is made using old rusted horse shoe nails or iron rods with Indian jaggery, blue from indigo leaves, green by mixing indigo mixed with pomegranate, red from madder root and yellow from turmeric. Before printing fabric is treated with myrobalan which contains tannic acid. The tannic acid of myrobalam forms black colour with ferrous.
Mud Resist Print Process
Black clay, Bidhan (Wheat powder), Arabic Gum and Lime water are used for making the paste. This paste is applied on the fabric using wooden blocks to form various patterns. Printed fabric after drying is dyed in cold dye solution thus clay paste resisting dye color and beautiful prints are formed. The mud resist printing and dyeing processes are repeated till the desired design is obtained.
Discharge/Extract Print Process
The printing of lighter colors on darker background is done using discharge process. The dyed color is bleached using colour-destroying agent like chlorine or hydrosulfite, it creates a light pattern on the darker ground. For color a dye impervious to the bleaching agent is combined with it, producing a coloured design.
Pigment Print Process
Pigment printing is the most environmentally friendly. The pigment color paste is made using binder and dyes, applied directly to the fabric. Pigments do not dissolve and penetrate into the fibers. After printing, the fabric is dried and then the prints are fixed mainly with steam.
Reactive Print Process
Rapid fast dyes, indigo sol and Naphtol are reactive print process. Printing with Rapid fast dyes, indigo sol is a little more complicated as the dyes once mixed for printing have to be used the same day. In Rapid Color variation is little difficult and while printing it is not possible to gauge the quality or depth of color, though rapid dyes and indigo sols penetrate the cloth. Standard colors are black, red, orange, brown and mustard. Once printing is done than the fabric is passed through nitrate solution to fix the colors and in this process colors react and change as per desired requirement.