TRADITIONAL EMBROIDERIES OF INDIA BOOK

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Kashida of Bihar.

Embroidery of Gujarat. Chamba Rumal of Himachal.

Kasuti of Karnataka. Kashida of Kashmir. Embroidery of Manipur. It was presented to the bride and groom as well as used to wrap valuables and gifts.

Other uses of kantha embroidery, is done on single layer of white or colourful fabric base of stoles, dupattas, saris and suit materials. Chambarumal of Himachal Pradesh It is an artistic handicraft, originated in valley of Chamba in 18th century. The embroidery is executed onmulmul, hand spun, hand-woven, coarser khaddar.

The embroidery uses double satin stitch which simultaneously fills in the motif on both sides of the fabric, making it reversible. The motifs are used, inspired from Pahari paintings, depicting lord Krishna and his playful antics. The embroidery also depicts the flora and fauna of the Himalayan region. Typical motifs include: tiger, goat, deer, horse, peacock, parrot; flowers, shrubs and plants, willow and cypress trees; and musical instruments like sitar, tabla, veena, tanpura etc.

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The embroidery is executed on a square piece of cloth. There are floral borders on all four sides of the rumal. Now days, the Chamba embroidery is done on fabrics like silk, polyester or terrycot and made into blouses, caps, slippers, cushion covers etc.

Chambarumal b. The embroidery is done with multi-coloured embroidery threads , cotton or silk. The stitch used for the embroidery is used depending on the style namely chain stitch, herringbone stitch, satin stitch, interlace stitch, buttonhole stitch and darning stitch. There is also use of mirrors that are fixed on the fabric with an embroidery stitch.

Differentstyles of kutch embroidery are carried out by tribal communities of Gujaratsuch as Mochi Bharat on satin fabric,Ahir Bharat on Khaddar fabric, Kanbibharat on cotton, RabariBharat on khaddar or khadi of maroon colour.

Kathiawar embroidery was introduced by kathi, the cattle breeders, the wanderers brought by Karna- the famous warrior of Mahabharat.

This embroidery is colourful lavishly done on ghagras, choli, choklas, chandarawas and torans using base fabric of cotton with colourful threads.

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The motifs used in Gujarati embroidery are mostly taken from flora and fauna follows as flowers, creepers, trees, peacocks, parrots and elephants. Besides flowers and animals, human figures in different poses like dancing women and men are also seen in some styles of Gujarat embroidery.

Zardozi of India Zardosi embroidery has been in existence in India from the time of the Rigveda. It involves making elaborate designs, using gold and silver threads.

Further adding to the magnificence of the work are the studded pearls and precious stones. The embroidery is done on different fabrics like velvet, satin and silk with a variety of zari threads and materials like badla the untwisted wire , salma stiff finely twisted circular wire gijai twisted metallic wire , dabka zig-zag coiled wire , sitara small circular disc , pearls and coloured beads.

The different stitches used in Zardozi are chain stitch, stem stitch and satin stitch. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required.

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Save for Later. download New Price:About this title Synopsis: Embroidery of India includes dozens of regional embroidery styles varying by different region and has a wide variety due to the use of different materials. This embroidery is prepared by women for their personal use. As New Hardcover. Chikan or Chikankari Uttar Pradesh [ edit ] Main article: Chikan embroidery Chikan embroidery on a saree pallu The present form of chikan meaning elegant patterns on fabric work is associated with the city of Lucknow , in Uttar Pradesh.

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