Woven, Dyed & Printed Textiles
Pakarang Sadlo

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Accession# MSC-030
Artist Khatri
Culture Kanbi
Description MATERIALS: Cotton cloth.
CONSTRUCTION: Hand Block printed, resist dyed ,Chemical dyes.
MOTIFS: Khaski, jharmar, putalia, rajawadi and singhKamal phul.
COLOURS : Red and black
STYLE REMARKS: Generally, pakarang sadlo are black backgroung with red patterns. These patterns seem to have Ottoman influence.
CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE: Worn by Kanbi elder women. To be stitched in L-shape. Worn as combination of ghaghro and odhani.
CULTURAL REMARKS: Border patterns are fixed but fied patterns vary. Patterns and colour are determined by age. Traditional block printed cotton sadlo has gone out of fashion. Today its worn only by elders.
Pakarang sadlo.
Category 3: Personal Artifacts
Object Name Pakarang Sadlo
Sub-category Clothing -- Outerwear
Provenance Rapar, Kutch, Gujarat, India.
Search Terms Pakarang Sadlo
3 : Personal Artifacts
Clothing For Outerwear
Hand Block Print
Rapar, Kutch, Gujarat, India.
Technique Hand Block Print
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Last modified on: February 22, 2013