Indian craftsmanship at it's best


Taana Baana- a bucket of mixed skills

Nature is the biggest inspirer! Bringing out different placement of flowers and leaves using various kind of raw materials is a skill which is mastered by indian khatwork karigars since generations. This design can be considered minimal use of various things put all together,like,anchor thread, zardoshi, pearl,kasab thread and cut dana.


Kasab-forever classic

One of the most expensive forms of embroidery which has been heard since ages is kasab or kasav. Raw material used in earlier days was majorly gold and silver threads. Its a variation of zari embroidery and gives a more finer and neat look. Originated from Persia, majorly this embroidery work includes nature inspired motifs


Contemporary Handwork

Indian khatwork is now experimented with fusion of imported raw material, bringing out beautiful shapes and forms. Techniques of handwork have also taken a total different road. It's good to see old skills merging with new forms.