Tarapur Print Modal Saree – TPMS001


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Tarapur Print

Tarapur Print technique is a unique combination of Alizarin & Dabu printing practiced in Ummedpura village a twin village of Ummedpura & Tarapur villages. Tarapur print contains a variety of design patterns including geometrical pattern and even 2 blocks are sufficient to draw a single pattern unlike Nandana where minimum 3 blocks are used to draw a single design pattern.

Late Purushottam Jhariyaji got state award from MP government for his work developed this technique of alizarin printing & Dabu printing on the fabric today marketed as Tarapur Print. Today his son Pawan Jhariya & Banwari Jhariya continuing the tradition without compromising the process.

In this technique fabric first printed with syahi begar (traditional Red & black color) then dyed with Indigo using Dabu resist for blue background. To get green and yellow shade, indigo dyed fabric again dyed with pomegranate peel dye.

Modal Fabric

It has all the properties of cotton and addition to it is very soft and lustrous like silk.

Specialty of Modal fabric over cotton:

  1. It remains soft after multiple washes.
  2. Easy to care
  3. It is more comfortable than cotton because it allows skin to breathe
  4. It absorb fifty percent more wetness (sweat) than cotton
  5. It is a color fast fabric
  6. Made from bark of beech tree.

Additional information

Product Code



Dobby modal


Length: 6.3 Meter Width: 45 inches (Including blouse)


Multi color with base light indigo


580 grams


Shei Pawan Jhariya

Place of making

Ummedpura-Tarapur (Madhya Pradesh)


P.S.: You may find little difference in original product and picture due to camera quality.


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