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Bandhani is a heritage technique that involves hand-dyeing, allowing for the most exquisite and vibrant color combinations to come to life. In the heart of Gujarat, the Khatri community of Kutchh and Saurashtra have mastered the Bandhani craft, intricately tying thousands of tiny knots, which unfurl into radiant designs after the dyeing process. This ancient art has transcended borders and regions, with bold patterns and motifs echoing through the desert belt of northern Kutch in Gujarat, Western Rajasthan, and even Sindh in Pakistan. Bandhani isn't just an art; it's a family tradition. Women from these families work tirelessly at home, crafting patterns that resonate with generations of expertise. From Pethapur to Bhuj and from Jamnagar to Rajkot, the towns of Gujarat become the crucibles of Bandhani, each infusing its own flavor into this timeless tradition.