Leheria or leheriya is a very unique and traditional style of tie dye art that is widely practiced in Rajasthan, India. Leheria tie dye art produces very beautiful, brightly colour cloth with various distinctive patterns. The Leheria tie dye technique gets its name from the Rajasthani word for wave because the dyeing technique is often used to produce complex wave patterns those are very attractive and beautiful in looks.
“The leheriya are very famous because of its zigzag pattern of irregular colour stripes. This zigzag pattern gives a visual invocation of the flow of water at the same time painstakingly showing the depths of indigo after multiple mud-resistant and dyeing processes, that makes very beautiful designs and the people in all over the world like this very much.
Leheria turbans are very important products for male business attire in Rajasthan during the period of nineteenth and early twentieth century’s. Leheria products are still produced in Jodhpur, Jaipur, Udaipur, and Nathdwara in a bulk amount. Leheria products is offered for sale with most of its resist ties still in place as proof of authenticity, with a small portion of fabric unrolled to display its pattern, that is very smart way of providing the evidence of good quality.
Leheria products are because of their design and patterns and colours very much popular among the peoples of India. In different states of India people like various Leheria products. Also in outside of India people appreciate the Leheria products very much.
As in different countries people like these products, so many people in Rajasthan are engaged in the exporting work of the Leheria products to different European, American and Australian countries.
Also the Leheria products are available on online shopping stores. Many online shopping stores of India providing or selling Leheria products o their online shopping store. This helps Leheria products lovers in getting beautiful Leheria products in a better and easier way. So these are some things about Leheria products of Rajasthan.