Outside of the main city of Jaipur, lies Sanganer, one of the main hubs for hand dyeing and hand printing of Indian textiles. Screen Printing is a process used to print large volumes of fabric allowing various intricate patterns with digital and traditional processes. Block printing on the other hand is a technique where a wooden block is carved into a pattern and then dipped in a paste of colour and pressed on fabric to leave a motifs. Traditionally these patterns are inspired by the flora and fauna. Mostly small flower motifs, birds, animals are used in designing sari borders, kurtas and home textiles. Geometrical patterns are also used after Persian influences to create rather contemporary designs. Blocks of all sizes are made for different results. Printing can be done both on dyed fabric as well as whites. Indigo dying and tie and dye are used in combination with block to create interesting patterns. Through this photo exhibit, we try to document a day at a workshop capturing the behind the scenes and process of hand printed textiles from Jaipur, Rajasthan.