2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 1, PART F
Acceptability of home textile products: an inspiration from traditional Sanjhi folk art
Author(s): Dr. Sudha Babel and Latika Sachihar
Sanjhi is created by cow dung decorated by flowers and leafs and worshipped by the unmarried girls in the rural areas. However, this beautiful craft is getting extinct now due to limited usage, urbanization, modernization, migration, raised education and also it is time taking process. So the researcher took this almost vanished art (Sanjhi) for it revival on textile. The researcher worked hard for the restoration of the vanished craft. Sanjhi motifs /designs were adapted for center design, overall and border design. Total sixty motifs / designs were developed using corel draw software keeping in mind their suitability for articles like cushion cover, folder, coasters, table matt, purse, choki covers, vandarwar and table cloth. Developed design sheets were subjected to visual evaluation for selection of one best design in each category by the panel of thirty respondents to find out the Acceptability of the developed designs. Finally articles were prepared by using selected designs. Results of the study reveals that all developed products were found highly acceptable.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sudha Babel and Latika Sachihar. Acceptability of home textile products: an inspiration from traditional Sanjhi folk art. International Journal of Home Science. 2020; 6(1): 342-346.