Mirror and colorful threads are the major attraction of rabaari embroidery
Torn or Door way hanging designed with ethnic style which are used to welcome guest
Woven colorful cotton and metallic thread runner with heavy hand embroidery Cushion table cover which embossed the furniture. (Image source; Threads of identity)
Exquisite, enormous chakda
Scarf - Hand Embroidered Woolen Formal stole/scarf are extra improving for the Evening Dress
The fabric border is embroidered with colorful threads
Toran -Different types of vintage Rabbari cultural “Door drapery” wall style toran
Multi-colored brocade with goat wall hanging, glimpse of the work on display which is used to decor home
Toran-Stunning pieces of Tribal design door hanging, will bring vibrant home for the festivity. (Image source; Threads of identity)
Woolen embroidered shawls have long been a cultural identity for Rabari community it has been collected from the personal ensembles of young Rabari brides
Hand stitched rabaari embroidery bag with elegant look. (Image source; Threads of identity)
The motifs are inspired by mythology and desert habitation. (Image source; Threads of identity)
Rabari embroidery gets its name from its community from Bhujodi, who were a nomadic/ semi nomadic community of cattle raiser living in the western region of India, from Rajasthan to the Kutch region in Gujarat. Mirror chain stitch in various size and shapes is the specialty of Rabari embroidery, given this style a unique and beautiful edge compared to various other types in the league. Women use their creativity, aesthetics in embroidery works on textiles.
The girls prepare their own bridal dress, Toran (doorway hanging), shawl, bags, bedcovers and decorative camel covers for her future husband and family. Many designs are inspired by mythology and desert habitation. The Rabari women give a new dimension to the stark landscape of Kutch, through colorful threads and vivid imagination on the clothes. Few products of Rabari embroidery are Toran (Door way hanging), Scarf, Rabari Shawl, Kapadu (Backless Blouse), Paheranu (Skirt), Bags, Bedcovers, Camel covers.
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