The traditional technique to make these beautiful indigo bogolans is the same as of the normal ones. But the indigo ones are not colored with mud, but with pigment of the indigo bush. Cotton is collected with the hands, spinned and woven until you have thin pieces. The thin pieces will be attached to each other and will be colored with the tie-dye technique.
The blue indigo color stands for power, divinity and magical healing powers.
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