Batik is one of the most renowned arts in the handicrafts industry in Sri Lanka. With intricate hand printed designs and customary dyeing and manufacturing process Batik wear is luxurious and unique worldwide.
Batik was first introduced to the world by South-East Asians .It then migrated to Sri Lanka about 500 years ago, but the method of making Batiks in Sri Lanka is different compared to other South-Eastern countries.
100% Cotton (imported from Egypt and India), Paraffin wax, Bees wax, Rosen, Chemical dyes (Imported from Switzerland, Germany and Japan), Salt and Caustic soda.
Men’s wear (Shirts, Sarongs, and Shorts), All Women’s wear, All children’s wear, Table wear and Wall pictures.
On 100% Cotton material, free hand design will be done and waxed on the design to keep the remaining colour. Dyeing will be done in an open space in cemented tanks. Finally it will be boiled to remove the wax.