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The Colours of Ethnic India
Since time immemorial, India has been known for its rich cultural heritage which is showcased in her wide array of fascinating handicrafts and intricate artwork. Kutch – a district in Gujarat – holds a rich history of diverse cultures and communities. Meticulous handiwork, delica...
Since time immemorial, India has been known for its rich cultural heritage which is showcased in her wide array of fascinating handicrafts and intricate artwork. Kutch – a district in Gujarat – holds a rich history of diverse cultures and communities. Meticulous handiwork, delicate embroidery, and textile crafts are some of the traditions that represent this western part of our country. Deepesh Parswani – an entrepreneur inspired by his love for traditional products – wanted to exhibit this unique regional aspect to the rest of the world. With this vision in mind, he set up Banjara India Kutchi Handicraft in 2015 at Ahmedabad.
Beginning with colourful dress materials, vibrant leggings and dupattas, Parswani’s offerings display authenticity and finesse in their quality and style. While some of the products involve detailed machine work, others incorporate painstaking efforts of expert artisans. Innovating according to changing customer demands and trends, each of their items carry the true essence of pure and ancient Kutchi tradition.
Today Banjara India offers a melange of beautifully designed dupattas, accessories, chaniya choli, jackets, leggings, and dress materials. With perfect Kutchi work, elegant and vintage looks, their products never fail to charm customers. Ideal for gifting to friends or showcasing on festive occasions, these items charm you with splashes of colours and vibrancy. Buy traditional handicrafts online through SaleBhai and bring home a beautiful piece of ethnic India.
A Beautiful Bag For A Beautiful You
Banjara India Kutchi Handicraft Multi-coloured Handbag is a fine mix of traditional as well as chic. The handy accessory is embellished with shiny glass pieces and authentic, centuries-old embroidery called hurmuchi. This threadwork – done painstakingly by womenfolk of Gadhda village near Raper-Kutch – renders the bag with a beautiful touch. The length of its strap makes it possible for you to hang it across your shoulder or carry it in hand. Buy the bag online today.
The famous and versatile tradition of Kutchi embroidery – a glorious gift from Kutch – beautifully reflects the rich heritage of our country. Concentrated around the western regions of Kutch and Saurashtra, local artisans weave their magic and come up with the most exotic, unique, and exquisite designs. With skilful mirror work, colourful beads, and bright colours, the threadwork ornaments fabrics and embellishes them to perfection.
There are several stories behind the mysterious origin of Kutch embroidery. Some believe that it has been there since the time of Ramayana. Others however insist that this workmanship was introduced by Kathi cattle breeders who were nomads and came to India to settle down. According to another fable, mochis or shoemakers learnt the embroidery from a Muslim wanderer in Sindh some 300 years ago, thereby leading to the genesis of this tradition. Over the centuries, various regional clans have perfected the intricate details of Kutch embroidery to create distinctive styles of their own such as rabari, hurmuchi, ahir, mochi, and mutwa.
This particular needlework is named hurmuchi and is done by womenfolk of Gadhda village near Raper, Kutch. The embroidery is painstakingly made by hand using colourful, cotton threads. Despite being an old artistry, this Kutchi threadwork is evergreen and continues to give a trendy look to different items of clothing. It is done on a variety of artefacts such as bags, jackets, dupattas, outfits, and mobile pouches. An exquisite form of embroidery, the Kutchi work truly reflects the vibrancy of India through its colours, embellishments, and motifs.
Deepesh Parswani established Banjara India Kutchi Handicraft in 2015 at Ahmedabad in a bid to exhibit India’s unique, regional cultures to the rest of the world. Each of the brand’s offerings carry the true essence of pure and ancient Kutchi tradition while displaying authenticity and finesse in quality and style. Today Banjara India offers a melange of beautifully designed dupattas, accessories, chaniya choli, jackets, leggings, and dress materials. With intricate needlework and perfect union of traditional as well trendy looks, their products never fail to charm customers. Ideal for gifting to friends or showcasing on festive occasions, they engulf you in a splash of colours and vibrancy.
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