It is the aroma of royalty that is present in the style of Rajasthan, even in the handloom sector. What one can find best in the handlooms of Rajasthan is Chunari and Bandhej style of tie and die printing. This art is carried out by tying a small point on the cloth and dying the entire cloth in different colors. On opening the cloth, one can see white spots on the tied portion, which is known to be Bandhej. On the other hand, the style of Chunari showcases a perfect combination of tie and die, along with direct printing. In this art, the wooden blocks with nails are used for printing. And later on, the nailed parts are tied with threads to prevent the effect of dye. In these two styles, Rajasthan artists have created an aura of style.
In fact, hand block printing is quite famous in the parts of Sanganer, Jaipur and Bagru. Even, Barmer is well-known in the handloom industry for red and indigo colored geometrical Ajrakh prints and Chittor for Jajam prints. Along with this, another specialty of Rajasthan is quilt making. These quilts are available in Sanganeri prints with tie and dye material, which is known for softness. With so many varieties in the field of handloom, Rajasthan is a favorite spot for buying such materials.