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Kutch Embroidered - Banjara Bag, Multicolored, Large

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Gujarat, | AUTHENTIC CRAFT. CREATED IN INDIA.

Kutch Embroidered - Banjara Bag, Multicolored, Large

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Kutch Embroidered - Banjara Bag, Multicolored, Large These are patchwork bags made from embroidered cloth, zari and mirrorwork pieces all placed and stitched together to create a vibrant, colourful article of style and utility. Also known as 'Hippie Bags'

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Kutch Embroidered - Banjara Bag, Multicolored, Large

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Product Details

  • Material : Cotton
  • Craft :  Kutch Embroidery & Patchwork
  • State :  Gujarat
  • Measurements :  Height - 13" x Width - 18"
  • Product weight : 450 grams
  • Special Attention :  Old look product: This product has been crafted using old material and may have a rugged appearance which is the intended appeal of this product. Please do not expect a new look appearance. Please allow for thread, stitching or other such defects.
  • Shipping Info :  Dispatched in a maximum of 6 business days. Returns accepted within 12 days of delivery.
  • UOM : Pieces

Kutch Embroidery & Patchwork

A beautiful, intricate craft practiced by women of the Kutch region in Gujarat. This region has been renowned for its mirrored embroidery either on Mushroo silk or cotton. "Mirror work" of Kutch is in reality a whole range of varying styles, which present a richly textured map of regions and ethnic groups. Each style, a distinct combination of stitches, patterns and colors, and rules for using them, was shaped by historical, socio-economic and cultural factors. The women of the region undertook this beautiful and arduous task mostly for their own needs that included festivity, religious reasons or wealth generation. The various forms of embroidery include Abhla (Mirror Work), Ahir, Bakhiya, Bavariyo, Ganth Tako, Paako, Mukko, Mutwa, Neran and Sakri.

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