In India too, natural dyeing of textiles is an age-old practice. Though the very earliest dyes came from berries and fruits, gradually vegetable dyes were used for colouring fabric. Even today, there are few places like Bagru in Rajasthan where natural dyes are still used. Currently, through the setting up of Weavers Service Centre at various locations across India, efforts are being made to boost the use of natural dyes. The increase in demand of hand-block printed fabric is also contributing to this revival of natural dyes. (SV)
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