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Colours of Sanganer

Author Name: Durgesh Nandini | Format: Hardcover | Genre : Design | Other Details

This Coffee Table Book showcases the journey of plain grey cloth to a rainbow of colourful dyed/printed cloths. It encompasses the entire process of Sanganeri Hand Block Printing, from the start to the finish. This book contains detailed images of the technique which entails the viewer to grasp more about this art.

Many books exist on this topic however most of them do not have such plethora of images to describe what the printing is all about. It also touches upon the various facets of the printing, like the chemicals they use and the surroundings they work in, the different equipments used by them and they use those equipments.


The book also highlights the different expressions that these labourers portray while working for the printing. This book finds the viewer engulfed in the world that is; Sanganeri Hand Block Printing    

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Durgesh Nandini

Durgesh Nandini Bais is presently working as Principal, Government Women Polytechnic College, Udaipur. She has a teaching experience of over 25 years and is a serious amateur photographer.

 She has participated in 6th, 22nd & 24th IIPC (India International Photographic Council) Workshops & Conferences held at Jaipur(1986), Indore(2004) & Jodhpur (2006) and photography workshops conducted by Better Photography Magazine in Delhi(2001) & Jaipur, Fashion Photography conducted by NITTTR, Chandigarh(2015). She has also participated in group photo exhibitions like n2s2rbmad (2011), Focus and Jaipur Photographers Club 2012, 2013,2014. She participated in 15th & 16th Kala Mela 2012, 2013 respectively. She took part in the FIP Convention held at Udaipur in 2016 and Desert workshop at Jaisalmer in December 2016.

Her images got printed in Better Photography magazine and other magazines. She has published Coffee Table Books: ‘Jharokha’ in 2014 and ‘Saga of Sambhar Salt workers’ in 2015.

She is a Pro member of Flickr, a photo sharing website. All her works & photographs are copyrighted.

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