Ajrakh block printing is a style that originated in the Indus Valley Civilization. Ajrakh is a traditional block-printing technique for textiles that was first used in the neighbouring Indian regions of Kutch in Gujarat and Barmer in Rajasthan, as well as the modern Pakistani province of Sindh. The term "ajrakh" alone has several different meanings. Ajrakh is a traditional block-printing method for textiles that originated in the contemporary Pakistani province of Sindh and the nearby Indian areas of Kutch in Gujarat and Barmer in Rajasthan. Even the word "ajrakh" itself has numerous connotations. Amazingly, ajrakh printing honours nature. This can be seen in the unified aesthetics of the colours and patterns. Deep colours used in traditional ajrakh printing, which represent nature, are used. Indigo blue represents twilight, and crimson red represents the earth. To establish symmetrical patterns and outline motifs, black and white are frequently utilised. The use of conventional natural dyes is progressively being revived, despite the widespread usage of environmentally benign synthetic colours. The indigo plant provides the dye for indigo. Indigo plants, which grew wildly along the Indus river, were used by artisans. Alizarin, which is present in the roots of madder plants, is used to make red. Iron shavings, millet flour, and molasses are used to make black, and the pigment is thickened by adding powdered tamarind seeds. Rust, yellow, and orange are some of the vivid, contrasting colours used in modern ajrakh prints. Buy Ajrakh long kurtas and Ajrakh dresses online online from Jugalbandhi.