Screen printing, also known as silk-screening, is a method of printing that involves using a mesh screen to transfer a purpose developed viscous water-based ink onto the cotton fabric. It is designed to pass through the mesh of the screen and adhere well to the fabric without bleeding or fading.
The artisan prepares a screen, which has a stencil of the image or design. Dye is forced through the open areas of the stencil onto the surface below, creating the desired print.
A "Multi-colour screen printing" process is used to create these tablecloths. This process involves using multiple screens, each carrying a different part of the design and/or a specific color.
In Hindi, "कानन" (kanan) means "forest" or "jungle." It refers to a large area of land covered with trees, plants, and wildlife, typically in a natural and wild state.
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