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We a limited collection of organic cotton and natural dyed fabrics at our disposal.Buy various qualities of organic natural dyed fabrics from our stock.

Khadi Fabric

Turmeric Yellow
Turmeric Yellow

The Yellow Color is derived from Turmeric (Haldi) is an herb which is also known as “king of spices” and has been used for more than 5000 years old. It is medicinally used as an anti-inflammatory, for pain relieving qualities and rich in anti-oxidants. It is also mentioned and used in Ayurveda for various treatments. This is one of the best immunity boosters for our body. In olden days whenever a new baby was born they use to wrap him a cloth dipped in turmeric water since they believed it has g

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Iron Black
Iron Black
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Henna Green
Henna Green

The Henna Green Color is made from Myrobalan Tree (Scientific name Terminalia chebula) commonly known as chebulic myrobalan, is a native to South Asia from India and Nepal. It is the main ingredient in the Ayurvedic formulation Triphala which is used for kidney and liver dysfunctions. The dried fruit is also used in Ayurveda as a purported antitussive, cardiotonic, homeostatic, diuretic, and laxative. Myrobalan is a great dye to modify colours on cotton.

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Rose Pink
Rose Pink

The pink color is derived from root of madder plant also known as Manjistha (Scientific name Rubia Cordifolia) & Burnt Ash. Madder is one of the oldest natural dyes used for dyeing clothes since the time of civilization. The root is used to make medicine. People use madder for conditions such as kidney stones, menstrual disorders, urinary tract disorders, wound healing. It is commonly used as a blood purifier. It also has many other therapeutic properties like anti-diabetic, anti-platelet, and a

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Pomo Orange
Pomo Orange

This Orange color is derived from Pomegranate Peels. The fruit waste of Pomegranate peels is rich in vitamins & antioxidants. The peels are anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. It helps prevent cancer and it’s good for the heart. Now, who wants a fruity Tee?

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Raw White
Raw White
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Fiber Dyed Fabric

Pink
Pink

The pink color is derived from the root of the madder plant also known as Manjistha (Scientific name Rubia Cordifolia). It is one of the oldest natural dyes used for dyeing clothes since the time of civilization. The root is used to make medicine.

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Light Grey
Light Grey

The Grey Color is derived from Iron & Myrobalan, (Scientific name Terminalia chebula) commonly known as chebulic myrobalan, and is a native to South Asia from India and Nepal. It is the main ingredient in the Ayurvedic formulation Triphala which is used for kidney and liver dysfunctions. The dried fruit is also used in Ayurveda as a purported antitussive, cardiotonic, homeostatic, diuretic, and laxative.

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Soil Brown
Soil Brown

The Brown Color is derived from the wood of Acacia Catechu commonly known as catechu or catch, an extract of acacia trees used variously as a food additive, astringent, tannin, and dye. This tree is common in most parts of India, Burma, Indonesia, and Peru. Indian cutch is by far the most beautiful. The different parts of the tree have a variety of medicinal uses, in hemoptysis (spitting of blood), and the paste of the bark is useful in conjunctivitis and the treatment of snake bites.

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Yellow
Yellow

This Light Yellow color is derived from Pomegranate Peels. The fruit waste of Pomegranate peels is rich in vitamins & antioxidants. The peels are anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. It helps prevent cancer and it’s good for the heart. Now, who wants a fruity Tee?

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Fabric Dyed Fabric

Purple Haze
Purple Haze

The Purple Color is made from Pomegranate Peels & Madder Plant (Manjistha). The fruit waste of Pomegranate peels is rich in vitamins & antioxidants. The peels are anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. It helps prevent cancer and it’s good for the heart. The root of the madder plant is used to make the dyes. It is one of the oldest natural dyes used for dyeing clothes since the time of civilization. The root is also used to make medicine.

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Pink
Pink

The pink color is derived from the root of the madder plant also known as Manjistha (Scientific name Rubia Cordifolia) & Burnt Ash. Madder is one of the oldest natural dyes used for dyeing clothes since the time of civilization. The root is used to make medicine.

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Sandalwood Yellow
Sandalwood Yellow
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Turmeric Yellow
Turmeric Yellow

The Yellow Color is derived from Turmeric (Haldi) a herb that is also known as the “king of spices” and has been used for more than 5000 years old. It is medicinally used as an anti-inflammatory, for pain-relieving qualities, and is rich in antioxidants.

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Lemon Yellow
Lemon Yellow

The Yellow Color is made from Pomegranate Peels & Myrobalan Tree (Scientific name Terminalia chebula) commonly known as chebulic myrobalan and is native to South Asia from India and Nepal. It is the main ingredient in the Ayurvedic formulation Triphala which is used for kidney and liver dysfunctions.

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Iron Grey
Iron Grey

The Dark Grey Color is made from Pomegranate Peels & Madder Plant (Manjistha). The fruit waste of Pomegranate peels is rich in vitamins & antioxidants. The peels are anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. It helps prevent cancer and it’s good for the heart. The root of the madder plant is used to make the dyes. It is one of the oldest natural dyes used for dyeing clothes since the time of civilization.

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Pale Apricot
Pale Apricot

The Peach Color is made from Madder Plant & Myrobalan Tree (Scientific name Terminalia chebula) commonly known as chebulic myrobalan and is native to South Asia from India and Nepal. It is the main ingredient in the Ayurvedic formulation Triphala which is used for kidney and liver dysfunctions. The dried fruit is also used in Ayurveda as a purported antitussive, cardiotonic, homeostatic, diuretic, and laxative. Myrobalan is a great dye to modify colors on cotton.

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Grey Melange
Grey Melange

The Grey color is derived from Iron, Earth Alum, and Pomegranate. Iron is a major component of hemoglobin, a type of protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen from your lungs to all parts of the body.

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