Phulkari is the traditional & colorful embroidery from Punjab, which is created by Village women. “Phul" Means flower and " Kari" means work, also known as" Gulkari" is a very intricate needle work where bright colored threads, mainly, red, orange, blue green etc are used to create a vibrant art form. Phulkari is mainly associated with dupattas, commonly known as Odhini. The embroidery work is made on a plain cotton fabric (Khaddar) whose thread are manually spun, loomed and dyed with natural pigments. Today, Khadder is being replaced by cotton, Georgette, and crepe. Embroidering a single Phulkari involves various stages, from block print to selection of colors to embroidery. Today Phulkari is creating employment opportunity for lot of women in Punjab. Origin of Phulkari goes bck to 15th Century and has been mentioned in the famous Punjabi folklore of Heer Ranjha. Luxurionworld offers the widest variety of Phulkari Work sarees, dupattas made by the women from Punjab in India.