Hand embroidered phulkari thread work Kota Doria cotton dupatta with tassels.Phulkari is a very refined embroidery work of Punjab region. The word phul means flower and kari means craft, Phulkari is the art of making beautiful intricate designs and motifs on fabrics with different colored threads. A variation of Phulakari is Bagh work, literally meaning garden, a variation where the embroidery completely covering the material entirely, it is called bagh (a garden of flowers). Hand-embroidered by skilled crafts people of Punjab. Kota doria is an age-old Indian textile produced in the Kota district of Rajasthan. The Doria or the threads are finely interweaves to make the check patterns. Its lightweight and sheer texture giving an exquisite grace and elegance of its own.
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