Batik Saree collection

Batik cotton saree with a beautiful Attached blouse material -(34205B)(Rs.100 off), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,150.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with a beautiful Attached blouse material -(34186A), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,150.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with a beautiful Attached blouse material -(34210A)(Rs.100 off), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,150.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with a beautiful attached  blouse material -(34208A)(Rs.100 off), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,150.00 Regular price Rs. 1,900.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with a beautiful Attached blouse material -(34189A)(Rs.100 off), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,150.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with Zari Border and Attached blouse material -(34281A), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,195.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with Zari Border and Attached blouse material -(34282A), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,195.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with a beautiful matching kalamkari blouse material (34015A), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,100.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with a beautiful Attached blouse material -(34242A)(Rs.100 Off), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,150.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with a beautiful Attached blouse material -(34251A)(Rs.100 Off), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,195.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale
Batik cotton saree with a beautiful Attached blouse material -(34243A)(Rs.100 Off), Sarees - Swadeshi Boutique
Sale price Rs. 1,150.00 Regular price Rs. 1,800.00 Sale

Batik saree collection. Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique.Batik is made either by drawing dots and lines of the resist with a spouted tool called a canting or by printing the resist with a copper stamp called a cap. The applied wax resists dyes and therefore allows the artisan to colour selectively by soaking the cloth in one colour, removing the wax with boiling water, and repeating if multiple colours are desired.