CRAFT MASTERCLASS: The Disappearing Craft of Jajam Printing

6,000MRP (Incl. of all taxes)

 Jajam refers to a very specific - and increasingly rare – type of large-width handwoven, hand-printed textile that would traditionally be used as a floor covering during community gatherings and festivals. Each jajam is a result of laborious process, taking up to 10 days to make.

This masterclass is a rare opportunity to get close insight and hands-on experience of the intensive jajam process. The workshop will be led by master artisans Purshottam and Girish Chhipa. A fourth-generation printer, Purshottam Chhipa is one of the last remaining guardians of this craft, carrying forward to skills of making jajam textiles using natural dyes and traditional techniques. 

The workshop is for ages 18+. All levels of craft experience are welcome though it will require a commitment to all six days of the workshop. 

The workshop fee includes all materials, provided by Nila House.

Country of Origin: India

Manufactured by: Lady Bamford Foundation
C-86, Prithviraj Road, C-scheme,Jaipur - 302001

In case of Consumer Complaints:
Contact: Lady Bamford Foundation, address as above
Tel.: +91 8290366140

Domestic: Delivery in 2-3 weeks.

International: Delivery in 3-4 weeks.

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