Learn Organic Tie-Dye

Tie-dye is an ancient technique to dye cloth, known as “Bandhni” in India and “Shibori” in Japan.

The process of tie-dye typically consists of folding, twisting, pleating, or crumpling fabric or a garment and binding with string or rubber bands, followed by application of dye(s).

Binding the fabric will resist the dye, resulting in areas of the cloth that take the distinctive patterns created by the resistance, and other areas of the cloth that remain white.

In this workshop, you will be introduced to methods of tie-dye with natural dye/ vegetable dye which is non-toxic, good for skin and nature-friendly.

You will learn how to create tie-dye designs that can help you make your own cloth or even open your own shop for tie-dye products.


The key takeaways of this workshop are:

• Exploring the difference between Bandhni and Shibori.

• Learn how to do tie-dye.



• Make your own designs.

• Learn to make and use natural dye(s).


* Please carry a dupatta or cotton cloth to color to your style.

* 3 Student, Artist, Need-Based Scholarships available.

* Please wear loose and comfortable clothes.

* This program is open to everyone, you can list this in the media.

* All of our programs are in English.

Facilitator’s Bio: Sangita Pramanik

Sangita Pramanik, a freelance artist in Delhi, joined Kala Bhavana, Visva Bharati University for her bachelor’s and master’s degree program in Fine Arts.

She was even selected for the student exchange program in 2016 (Ecole Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Angers, France).

She has been working with textile medium (Tie-dye, Batik, weaving, tapestry, thread mural, block printing, natural dye) from the last 10 years.

Date and Time: 14 June (5:15 PM – 8:30 PM)

*3 Student, Artist, Need-Based Scholarships available.

Contact: Gautam 

Phone: 8929669101

Email: express@zorbathebuddha.org

Please Call between 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM IST

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