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We deal in traditional Ajrakh handblock print (with natural dyes) products like fabric, stoles, dupattas, sarees etc. There is a huge tedious process for the creation of Ajrakh cloth. There are several steps to the process. As per tradition the longer an artisan waits before beginning of the next step the more stunning the final outcome is.


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			 								Mustafa Khalid Khatri Mus.fa's family are block printers from Rapar. His grandfather migrated to Bhuj and established the renowned wholesale printing business US Khatri. When he died in the earthquake of 2001 the business closed Two of his sons moved to Dhamadka. Mus.fa's father Khalid moved to the village in process, Ajrakhpur. The family began there with financial and health constraints. They rented a house and Khalidbhai did printing jobwork. When his health improved he started a printing business in rented premises. Mustafa had little interest in school He learned block printing from his father on holidays, and in 8th standard left school to do his traditional art. Mustafa's dreams are modest and practical "We don't need to be rich," he says, "but we shouldn't have to worry or hesitate because of money." He wants to go to exhibitions, see the country and the world, and to take his family outside too.			 								

Products are shipped within 3-5 days through reputed couriers. Please do not accept the consignment if it appears tampered. Do let us know immediately if you receive a damaged / tampered product


"""Your satisfaction is important to us. If the product is wrongfully delivered (product doesn’t match the item in the order confirmation) or has a genuine manufacturing defect, then we will look to replace your order. To exchange a product or report a damage in transit, simply return it within 30 days for an exchange We will look into the issue and revert back within 48 working hours."""


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