Khadi jamdani is a type of handwoven fabric that originated in the Bengal region of India. It is made from khadi, which is a handspun and handwoven fabric made from cotton, silk, or a combination of both. The term “jamdani” refers to the intricate patterns that are created on the fabric using a resist dyeing technique called “jamdanee.”
In this case, the fabric is described as being dyed in a natural yellow color. Natural dyes are derived from plants, insects, or minerals and are often considered more environmentally friendly than synthetic dyes. It is not uncommon for natural dyes to produce softer and more muted colors compared to synthetic dyes.
200 count refers to the thickness or weight of the fabric. In general, a higher count indicates a finer and lighter fabric, while a lower count indicates a thicker and heavier fabric. The count of a fabric is often expressed as the number of threads per square inch, so a 200 count fabric would have 200 threads per square inch.
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