A traditional Indian skill dating back 2,000 years, finds outstanding standard bearers in Sanganer and Bagru, in the north Indian state of Rajasthan. Delicately carved wooden blocks are used to print a delightful range of birds, animals, human figures, gods and goddesses on cotton and silk. These are much appreciated the world over
A.K. Textile and Arti Vegetable Prints, mentored by CRC when they started as micro enterprises. are towering names today. They favour use of natural dyes and export through CRC. They are just as popular in the domestic market.