Block Printing is one of the traditional techniques of press printing with fabulous colors followed by the societies of the city Varanasi. Raw materials are bought by the agent and artesian perform only labor on the cloth, these sarees vary from INR 1500 to INR 3000 for an attractive design. The final product undergoes a process of quality check by the agent after which, the final production starts. The complete process is followed by the artesian. Motifs having some subject are transferred onto light colored background with wooden blocks following two styles straight and resist style. These fabrics are also producing for industrial purpose and the available materials are Georgette, Chiffon, Kota Silk and Dupia. But the Dyeing and Printing Industry of Varanasi city mainly deals with cotton sarees, dress materials, khanga, bhandhani and bedsheets. This is very difficult technique because there should not be any imbalance in the design-transfer from the block to the cloth.
Finishing is the last process of the textile industry. It eliminates excess dye, sets the color and also fluffs the yarn that makes up the fabric to complete the structural aspect of the fabric. When anticipated, special finishing manner may be used to soften or stiffen the hand (the way the fabric feels when touched) make the fabric stain unaffected or add shine to the fabric. Finally the products are exported across the world to retain the tradition of India.