Ajrak Dress Price in Pakistan

12 results for Ajrak Dress from 3 online stores. Ajrak Dress price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 550 to Rs. 4,499

Save 20% Sindhi Ajrak Dresses Online
Rs. 5,000

Rs. 3,999

Sindhi Ajrak Dresses Online

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AJRAK 3 Piece Dress for Women
 

Rs. 2,700

AJRAK 3 Piece Dress for Women

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Save 10% AJRAK 3 Piece Dress for Women
Rs. 2,700

Rs. 2,430

AJRAK 3 Piece Dress for Women

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AJRAK EMBROIDERED LAWN DRESS FOR WOMENS
 

Rs. 2,650

AJRAK EMBROIDERED LAWN DRESS FOR WOMENS

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Ajrak Shalwar Qameez for Ladies
 

Rs. 2,550

Ajrak Shalwar Qameez for Ladies

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Ladies Ajrak Suit with Maroon Khussa
 

Rs. 3,500

Ladies Ajrak Suit with Maroon Khussa

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Save 18% Ajrak Style Velvet Jacket Online
Rs. 5,500

Rs. 4,499

Ajrak Style Velvet Jacket Online

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Ladies traditional ajrak Jacket for summer fashion
 

Rs. 550

Ladies traditional ajrak Jacket for summer fashion

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Save 25% Pack of two women Sindhi embroidered ajrak plus chadar
Rs. 1,999

Rs. 1,499

Pack of two women Sindhi embroidered ajrak plus chadar

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Save 47% Sindhi Ajrak - "Moan jo Daro design" Latest and unique design
Rs. 1,500

Rs. 800

Sindhi Ajrak - "Moan jo Daro design" Latest and unique design

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Save 29% HAFSA,s FASHION Frock Style Ajrak Printed Short Kurti For Her - HF-004
Rs. 1,199

Rs. 849

HAFSA,s FASHION Frock Style Ajrak Printed Short Kurti For Her - HF-004

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Save 29% HAFSA,s FASHION Frock Style Ajrak Printed Short Kurti For Her - HF-004
Rs. 1,199

Rs. 849

HAFSA,s FASHION Frock Style Ajrak Printed Short Kurti For Her - HF-004

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Ajrak Dress Price in Pakistan

12 results for Ajrak Dress from 3 online stores. Ajrak Dress price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 550 to Rs. 4,499

Ajrak Dress Price List

Sindhi Ajrak Dresses Online Rs. 3,999
AJRAK 3 Piece Dress for Women Rs. 2,700
AJRAK 3 Piece Dress for Women Rs. 2,430
AJRAK EMBROIDERED LAWN DRESS FOR WOMENS Rs. 2,650
Ajrak Shalwar Qameez for Ladies Rs. 2,550
Ladies Ajrak Suit with Maroon Khussa Rs. 3,500
Ajrak Style Velvet Jacket Online Rs. 4,499
Ladies traditional ajrak Jacket for summer fashion Rs. 550
Pack of two women Sindhi embroidered ajrak plus chadar Rs. 1,499
Sindhi Ajrak - "Moan jo Daro design" Latest and unique de... Rs. 800

Ajrak Dress Description

Ajrak is a unique block printed cotton cloth that includes symmetrical geometric and floral patterns on a rich red, crimson and indigo base. The word Ajrak is derived from the Arabic word Azrak meaning blue. It was given the name ajrak probably because it uses indigo as the key dye which is a blue organic compound. It has small white and black motifs or unprinted spaces scattered throughout the cloth to give definition to the patterns. The fabric commonly used for ajrak dress or shawl is high-quality cotton that is smooth and supple like silk. Ajrak making is a complex process that requires 21 stages from start to end and over 40 days to complete. All the dying and printing is done by hand and the cloth is resist-dyed with natural dyes such as madder and indigo. The result is a sparklingly clean ajrak, jewel-like and rich in appearance. 

 Ajrak Dress & Shawl

The Ajrak shawl is worn by both men and women. The popularity of this unique pattern has garnered global attention and people love to drape Sindhi Ajrak shawls regardless of being Sindhi. While men may wear a Sindhi topi and a simple white kurta shalwar with the ajrak shawl or turban, women have a variety of options. The most common is crimson-maroon ajrak dress for women that includes an ajrak printed Kurti and shawl which can be paired with a crisp white shalwar or trousers. You will find a plethora of ajrak dress styles and designs on this page that you can replicate or buy online.

Existence in Ancient Times

Ajrak's existence in ancient times is evident from the poetic masterpiece "Shah Jo Risalo" of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai, who was the most celebrated Sindhi Sufi saint and mystic poet of all time. Traditionally, the Muslim Sindhi rulers awarded Sidhi ajrak to their courtiers in recognition of their outstanding services rendered. Even today it is deemed a symbol of respect and recognition and is customarily gifted to honourable guests. 

Sindhi Ajrak Day

The centuries-old culture of Sindh finds its roots in one of the oldest civilizations of the world, the Indus Valley Civilization. Sindhi people are proud of their rich culture and celebrate the Sindhi Culture Day, also known as the Sindhi Ajrak Day on 1st Sunday of December every year. The day is celebrated amongst Sindhis in Pakistan and India as well as the Sindhi diaspora around the world. On the day of the event, Sindhi people indulge in festivities as well as singing and dancing to Sindhi songs. They also adorn the Ajrak dress, shawl and Topi as a token of respect to their rich culture and as a symbol of solidarity and honour.