Dabu printing is an unique mud-resist,hand-block printing method practiced mostly in the state of Rajasthan,India.The process involves hand block printing on the fabric with Dabu paste which is made from clay, Guar gum and sprinkled with saw dust.Mud Paste is used for covering certain parts or patterns as per the design(This acts as the ‘resist’). Different types of wooden blocks are used for different patterns and designs.Practiced and perfected by the Chippa community, Dabu printing is a laborious and fully hand done process. The most common motifs are the Butas and florals.Often,Geometric floral combinations are also seen.