Ethnics of Kutch presents Premium Kutch Handicraft Traditional WAX BATIK hand block natural dye saree. Double Colour and Navrangi Batik Printing One of the 27 different traditional art forms of Kutch region of Gujarat Batik is one the Traditional Hand work Printing Arts practices in Kutch Kutchhi Batik is RESIST kind of Printing. Part of the Fabric is WAXED to resist dying. Rest of the portion get coloured and patterned Mundra and Anjar are main centers in Kutch where Batik Printing is practices Wax ( Bee Wax + Paraffin Wax) is the main to Batik Printing Stages of Wax Batik Printing : o preparing the cloth o tracing the designs on cloth o Waxing the area of the cloth that does not need dyeing. o Waxing can be done through Design Carved Block dip in melted Wax Kalamkari Pen o preparing the dye and dipping the cloth in dye o boiling the cloth to remove wax and washing the cloth in soap. The effects of the batik is due to color seeping through fine cracks that appears in the wax. The process is called Wax Batik Printing. In case of Multi Colour Batik Printing ( Two or more)- whole process is repeated on the fabric with different colour. The process involves double the labour material and time. Multi Colour Batiks are hence rare and costly One of the way to differentiate Original Batik Printing machine printed batik is that Original Batik has same look and feel on either side while machine printed batik has other side faded The result is a beautiful piece of Ethnic Wear which resplendent and gorgeous. Nothing can match the beauty of this art and appeal of the same.