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Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings from India.

We are a private label hosiery garments manufacturers and suppliers. We produce and supply t-shirt, polo shirt, tank top, vest based on customer's specification.

Now we are involved in producing Natural Herbal Dyed Clothing and Fabric.



Indians have been considered as forerunner in the art of natural dyeing. Natural dyes find use in the coloring of textiles, drugs, cosmetics, etc. Owing to their nontoxic effects, they are also used for coloring various food products. In India, there are more than 450 plants that can yield dyes. In addition to their dye-yielding characteristics, some of these plants also possess medicinal value. Though there is a large plant resource base, little has been exploited so far.

Natural dyeing involves use of mineral mordant i.e. metallic salts either before or post dyeing process Though this practice offers little benefits, but makes the process environmentally an unhealthy one.


Natural dyes are less toxic, less polluting, less health hazardous, non-carcinogenic & non-poisonous. Added to this, they are harmonizing colors, gentle, soft and subtle, and create a restful effect. Above all, they are environment friendly and can be recycled after use. Although natural dyes have several advantages, there are some limitations as well. Tedious extraction of coloring component from the raw material, low color value
and longer time make the cost of dyeing with natural dyes considerably higher than with synthetic dyes.


Many of the plants used for dye extraction are classified as medicinal and some of these have recently been shown to possess antimicrobial activity. Punicagranatum L.and many other common natural dyes are reported as potent antimicrobial agents owing to the presence of a large amount of tannins. Several othersources of plant dyes rich in Naphthoquinones such as lawsone from Lawsonia Inermis L. (henna), Juglone from walnut and Lapachol from Alkannet are reported to exhibit antibacterial and anti fungal


Natural Dyed Yarns
Natural Dyed Fabrics
Natural Dyed Inner & Outerwear

More than 75 shades are possible in Natural Dyeing. We do not have shade card ( customers would required to send piece of fabric which they want to dye)

Interested buyers please contact us at

N.S. Thiyagarajan, Raaghavi Exports, 115 TSR Layout, Tirupur 641607, Tamilnadu, India
Phone: 00 91 421 4240304 Mobile: 00 9192451 94396 / Skype: raghaviexports

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Comment by THIYAGARAJAN N.S. on September 30, 2010 at 17:45
Hi Thanks. We do not have swatch card / fabric. Since we have receives hundreds of sample swatch request. Practically not possible to send it to all. Initially we sent lot of sample cuttings, but there is no use. If you want woven dyed fabric as per your specification. Can you send your woven fabric cuttings for our evaluation? Or can you send fabric technical spec... yarn count, reed / pick details?
Comment by N.J.Bond on September 28, 2010 at 16:39
Hi ,Thiyagarajan,
It is good to hear your product and organic dye news in EFF..
I would be intrested to buy , like dyed natural linen( yarn dyed on natural dyes )like brown ,green for use as office shirtings 130 to 150 gsm material. 5CMX 5CM SMALL dyed swatch is required .

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