The fabric that is printed can be used as table cloths, curtains, bed covers, tapestries, handbags, carpets and more. They are not so expensive, the dyes stay for long and the material is invulnerable. Ninety-five percent of the printed materials get sold in the home country and the remaining five percent of the printed fabric gets exported. The colors that are used are natural dyes and these have more market than the chemical dyes. There are techniques adapted to make the printing more interesting and to keep up with the market. The price of fabric depends on the quality of the fabric, the number of patterns that have been done, and the quality of dyes that have been used in the process. It starts from rupees two hundred fifty and goes on depending on patterns and fabric.