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Bagru print is a form of hand block printing done by natural colours followed by the Chippa's (involved in fabric printing tradition for over 100 years) in Bagru, India. These prints of Bagru are acclaimed all over world. The Prints of Bagru, unlike other prints, involve a different kind of printing. The unique method for printing employs wooden block in it. In this process, the desired design is engraved first on wooden block and then carved block is used for replicating the design in the preferred color on the fabric.
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