Parsi Embroidery is an aesthetic composition of pictorial traditions and an emblem of elegance. Combining the beauty inherent in four cultural traditions – Persian, Chinese, Indian and European – this exquisite textile form is truly an intercultural craft. .The Parsi Dupattas are indeed worth a treasure. Parsi dupattas are comparatively more costly but their appeal and style are so immensely enchanting that it overcomes all the hurdle of price tag for an avid buyer. Since it is the hand embroidery, one of the most prized possessions of a Parsi woman is their Parsi embroidered clothes. Parsi embroidery incorporates motifs that have deep meanings. The reverence of the Parsis towards nature is evident in their embroidery work.
Fabric-pashmina as the name suggests Pashmina that are made on wooden loom with small sticks used as Bobbins, small and eyeless known as ‘Kani’ in Kashmiri to weave the shawl. This type of weaving is quite unique; designs are actually formed while weaving those using sticks reeled up on a wooden spoon with different threads of pashmina which are specially dyed with colors to be used in the particular pattern.
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