Indian Peacock Pattern Wall Cloth/ Beach Towel/ Picnic Mat-Spirituality

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The hand-dyed artwork from the 12th century can be used for general home decoration, hanging cloths, tapestries, ethnic picnic blankets, sofa decorations, and also suitable for carrying out to the beach, picnics, music festivals, camping, making it a super Something with texture!



Indian Peacock Pattern Wall Cloth/ Beach Towel/ Picnic Mat-Spirituality


【Size】135 x 200 cm 【laundry guide】 1. Both direct hand washing and machine washing are possible. For machine washing, please put it in the "laundry bag". If the washing machine has the "soft washing function", please turn it on, which will extend the service life. 2. It is normal for the color to fade after repeated cleaning. Please clean the peacock carpet independently and avoid washing it with other clothes. Do you know that this seemingly flimsy hanging cloth is actually carrying hundreds of years of craftsmanship that is time-consuming and labor-intensive but unknown? Since the 12th century, India's cover dyeing technology has been very famous. People all over the world appreciate the finished product, and there are many people who specially come to watch the production process, all of them are amazed by the cumbersome production process. Initially, Indians used natural plant colors as dyes, sending cloth into the dye tank again and again. After passing the dye back and forth hundreds of times, the original white cotton cloth has been dyed into a specific color, and then a hot water dye with a special composition is prepared, the cloth is placed in it and boiled, and after two days of exposure until it is completely dry, it can be dried. One step-"Start dyeing". Before stamping, there is another job that is very important: the master of God's hand seal must first engrave the stamp! Sometimes the chapters are too small and exquisite, but they are often too big! As long as you give the master time, all these wild patterns can be magically created. There are a lot of preparations for the dyeing process, and the same actions need to be repeated for a long time. Before the cover dyeing, the picture below shows the cover dyeing masters using the "hand cover type" "hand cover brush" method to neatly press the pattern on the cloth. The distance between the totems is a major point, and each time the mastery of the strength of the cover also requires a long time and a lot of practice to advance to the teacher. look! The various colors that we see with the naked eye are all manually printed and covered many times. In order to accurately align the specifications of the previous layer, a very high degree of concentration is required every minute and every second. As long as you don't aim well, the entire artwork will fail! The protagonists of the totem are the elephants, camels, and horses that the Indians love most. They like to put these sacred animals in the dyed cloth pattern to make life full of spiritual atmosphere and feel closer to nature. And Master Gai Dye told us that there is a hidden rule to follow in the world of cloth dyeing, that is, the pattern must be "symmetrical." The more tidy, the more Indians will evaluate this cloth dyeing. These persistent traditions for nearly a thousand years not only bring us high-quality workmanship, but also give us the opportunity to learn about South Asian customs from patterns and tones, so that these artworks can enter our lives and add our favorite exotic colors.


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