Kalamkari is the art of painting cotton fabrics with a kalam (literally
kalam means pen and kari, art), a sharp pointed bamboo stick padded
with hair or cotton and tied with a string on one end to regulate
the flow of color.
Baladarshan orders a range of products made out kalamkari from different
producers groups in South India, especially groups of socially marginalized
women (widows, destitute, HIV affected, physically challenged women).
The fabrics being used for bedspreads and furnishing, Baladarshan
can supply Kalamkari fabric in bulk. Hundreds of different designs