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Kutch Embroidery Bag  from Gujrat

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Ethnic Embroidery woolen bag
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676.00

KUTCH EMBRODARY

One of the foremost distinctive and easily identifiable craft types of India – Kutch work or Kachchhi embroidery derives its name from the source of its origin – the Kutch region of Gujarat. It’s a signature traditional art of the tribal communities of Gujarat like the Rabaris, Ahir and Soda Rajput’s, who traditionally produce these hand embroidered products for his or her own use. This embroidery with its rich intricate designs has made a major contribution to the Indian embroidery traditions. It’s often characterized by its usage of bright colors like green, indigo, deep red, black, yellow and ivory. The Artisans further embellish the embroidery with its use of mirrors and beads and sophisticated and extensive embroidery that embellishes the entire fabric on which it’s based. there’s a stimulating fact, that among some tribes Young girls are taught Kutch embroidery by their mothers at an early age, and also the art is passed down from generation to generation. A young girl’s skill at embroidery can even help her to search out a decent match in marriage! This embroidery product of Kutch may be a pride of Gujarat and has been registered for cover under the List of Geographical indication lately and making history tills then.

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