The heart of denim fabric production. The legendary indigo is known to be among the oldest dyestuff used in textile history. The unique character of indigo enables denim fabric to have its final look with different types of finishing and washing treatments.

A group of un-dyed ropes runs through a long machine where the yarn is dipped into the indigo pulled out to oxidize and re-dipped repeatedly into the indigo bath. The number of dips change according to the final colour required. Rope dye is a preferable method of dyeing for color consistency.