Embroidery is an appearance of artistic described as painting done with needle. It adds grace and elegance to any type of wear. Indian embroidery is one of the ancient arts inspired from nature and culture of other regions that reflects the beauty of flora and fauna of that area. Designs of embroidery in India vary from state to state and all are famous in their own way. Among them Lambani embroidery is a well-known embroidery design known all over India as well outside the country. This tribal embroidery is an art in itself with a wide range and work. It represents bright colors with simple motifs. All the embroideries are handmade and stitched with bright color threads representing their tribes. Theirs famous embroidery is Shisha (mirror) embroidery which is embroidered with combinations of color threads stitched to their traditional attire. Present generation of Lambanis don’t prefer to wear their heavy traditional dress thus reducing the manufacturing of the dress. Earlier the art was taught to the daughters of the family who take forward the tradition to the next generations and even gift them or given it as a dowry to the daughters. But today’s young generation hardly take interest in learning that because they get into other fields of work according to economic and cultural changes. This tradition of Lambani embroidery is just left as and art which new artisans combine it with modern articles or wears. Articles such as Kurtis, Bags, Pouch, Dupatas, Cushion covers, Table spread, Wall hangings and many other articles are embroidered with Lambani embroidery designs and embellished with mirrors and shells. Even the Lambani style of ornaments is given a touch of colorful threads to make them look eye-catching. Lambani embroidery has reached all over the world in the way of wide range of articles among which the flamboyant colors of bags embellished with mirrors is favorite among tourists.