3 Unique Printing Techniques You Can Learn with Our Dyeing & Printing Online Course

Textile designing has been a part of Indian culture since centuries. The Artisans mostly use natural dyes to increase the durability of the fabric and give it unique patterns. Almost every state in India has its own dyeing & printing technique giving us so many varieties to choose from. So, you can learn all these printing techniques and more with our fabric dyeing & printing course.

Here are 3 unique technique of printing you can learn with Hunar Online Courses:

Bagh Printing

It has originated from the Bagh district of Madhya Pradesh. Bagh printing only uses natural colours and the chemical properties of Bagh River are used to make unique shades. It involves printing of popular monuments from around the country.

so, learn more about the fabrics on which Bagh Printing is done and other printing techniques by learning our dyeing & printing processes.

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Ajrak Printing

Ajrak printing is an old block printing technique from the Mohenjo Daro Civilisation. This print technique is mostly used on shawls. There are wooden blocks with engraved geometric shapes for motif printing.

Now, learn more about various kinds of printing techniques along with Ajrak through Hunar Online’s dyeing & printing online course from home and get guidance from expert faculty.

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Batik Printing

One of the most unique fabric printing techniques is Batik printing as it uses bee wax. It originated in Egypt but today, this fabric technique is loved worldwide. In this technique, the bee wax acts as a resistant and provides unique textures.

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Learn more about this printing technique and much more to set up your business with our fabric dyeing & printing course. Get professionally certified and mentored by Bollywood celebrities. So, why wait? Enrol in your favourite courses and all the excitement through the Hunar Online APP Today. 

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