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The extreme care taken during every step of the natural dye-making process results in top-notch products that consistently meet
the needs of quality-conscious buyers around
the world.

Gathering Raw Materials
At Aranya, we have a natural tapestry of infinite variety and colour to choose from. We source our raw material from nature’s discards that abound in Munnar, such as leaves, petals, roots, bark, seeds, sawdust and factory residue such as tea waste in this tea-growing hill station.

Sourcing Raw Materials
In addition, we source indigo from Tata Coffee in Theni. We also buy it from Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. We source lac from Jangir – Champa. We get our my robalan from traditional medicine shops in Coimbatore. We import cochineal from Canada. We also source the finest quality natural fabric from all over India, keeping in mind that only
natural fabrics like cotton, silk, hemp and jute take natural dye.

Making Dyes
Dyes are sourced from the extracts of leaves, petals, roots, bark and seeds, tea waste and sawdust that we collect. Some of the locally available natural raw materials include eucalyptus, Nilgiri kozha or eupatorium, tea waste and pinecones.
These are just a sample of the many
natural dye colours we make.
Dye Colour
Catechu Brown
Lac Red
Manjista Red
Natural Indigo Blue
Turmeric Yellow
Pomegranate Yellow & Green
Myrobalan Pale Yellow
Tea waste Beige & Grey
Eucalyptus Grey
Eupatorium Yellow & Green

Designing fabric
Now it is time for talent to take wing and imagination to soar. The young adults of Aranya produce a range of fascinating designs on naturally dyed fabric. They experiment with patterns and new weaves. There are bold and ethnic printed designs, tie-and-dye fabrics in intricate patterns, delicate weaves, premium quality silks in soft, lustrous hues, cotton and silk yarn in warm, earthy tones, and much, much more