Q. Ikat sometimes seen in news is a?

[A] Pilgrimage tax imposed by Aurangzeb during his reign

[B] A dyeing technique that originated in Indonesia

[C] An architectural pattern devised in Persia

[D] A guild of traders, merchants and artisans

Answer: B
  • Ikat is a Malaysian, Indonesian word that means “Tie and Dye”. It is a dyeing technique used to create a distinct style of textile patterns. Ikat received a Geographical Indicator (GI) tag in 2004. 

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