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The Survey of Embroidery Traditions: Rajasthan Embroidery

Title:The Survey of Embroidery Traditions: Rajasthan Embroidery
Author:Dhamija, Jasleen
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 17 Issue no. 2; March 1964, p. 40-43
Abstract:A variety of embroidered items are prepared by different communities in Rajasthan: ghagras of the Jat women of Sikar and Jhun-Jhunu; ghagras and a richly embroidered odhni worn by the Meos of Alwar; woollen odhnis of the women of Bikaner; the embroidered clothes of the "Gadualia Lohars" of Chittorgarh; the rich and varied embroideries of the villages of Jaisalmer; and leather embroidery, practised all over Rajasthan.

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