Collection: Fabric: Kalamkari Hand Painting material

Kalamkari is a traditional Indian art form that involves hand-painting or block-printing on fabric, typically cotton or silk. The word "Kalamkari" is derived from two Persian words: "qalam," which means pen, and "kari," which means craftsmanship.

Srikalahasti style: This style is characterized by intricate pen work, where artists use a bamboo or date palm stick pointed at one end and chewed at the other (like a brush) to draw intricate motifs. This style often depicts mythological themes, scenes from epics like the Ramayana and Mahabharata, and motifs of nature.