Woven, Dyed & Printed Textiles
Berang jimi Sadlo

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Accession# MSC-026
Artist Khatri
Culture Kanbi
Description MATERIALS: Cotton cloth
CONSTRUCTION: Hand Block printed, resist dyed ,Chemical dyes.
MOTIFS: Borders has kaski, kachbo buto and rajawadi. Body has 'Raj' motif..
COLOURS : Black with red patterns.
STYLE REMARKS: Borders are common with odhanis of Maldharis of Banni. Rai pattern is derived from Bandhani. Colours are typical of sadlo.
CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE: Small dots are used for young women. Berang means the sadlo was dyed twice to create bluish black, and jimi rerers to rai patterns.
CULTURAL REMARKS: Cut and stitched into L-shape. This is a stitched example. Worn as combination of ghaghro and odhani. The sadlo comes from North Gujarat and Eastern Kutch. Only used by Patels.
Berang jimi Sadlo, Head Cloth.
Category Clothing For Women
Object Name Berang jimi Sadlo
Sub-category Veil
Provenance Rapar, Kutch, Gujarat, India
Search Terms Berang Jimi Sadlo
Clothing For Women
Hand Block Print
Rapar, Kutch, Gujarat, India.
Technique Hand Block Print
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Last modified on: February 22, 2013