Deriving its name from a far-flung village Bagh situated in Dhar (Madhya Pradesh), Bagh prints are one of the most perennial crafts of our country. Primarily a hand-block technique, the blocks are intricately engraved with motifs inspired from flora and other crafts, ranging from Bush and Mushrooms to Leheriya and Jaali work. The rich copper content of the river Bhagini is used to achieve the distinctive color characteristic of the fabric. The design inspirations also came from landscapes and geometrical figures. The motifs evoke diverse moods, that reflects the serenity of the prints, giving Bagh prints an exclusivity of its own.