From Indus Valley Civilization to the British Raj, Indigo has been in the hearts of people for eternity. Due to its imperial acceptance, Indigo is not just a color, but a craft in itself. The vibrant deep-blue dye is extracted from the plant family, inidgofera tinctoria. However, with change in time, synthetic indigo dyes have come into play. Knowing the fact that Indigo bleeds a lot, this fabric should be washed separately in cold water.