The hand making of colourful cloth by Azim Khan Ronnie (15 images)

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Workers lay out brightly coloured squares of recently dyed cloth to dry in the hot sun.
Each day the villagers dye at least a thousand pieces and over the course of a year they colour more than three million.
The cloth covers around 10,000 square foot while drying and lies in the heat for up to four hours.
The images were captured by photographer Azim Khan Ronnie, in Batik Village in Narayanganj, Bangladesh.
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