Batik is one of the oldest and most internationally practiced textile arts, an ancient tradition throughout the Far East Asia and popularly found in Bali. In a nutshell the process of making batik is a technique of wax resist-dyeing, meaning hot wax is drawn on or applied to fabric creating patterns. The fabric is dyed, and the wax resists the dye. Many of the Balinese patterns are historical, and often have ceremonial or auspicious significance.
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