Traditional Bags

Traditional Bags

Kashmiri Embroidered  By The Designers of 14th Century.

Locally known as Aari work or Kashida – a Persian word which means embroidery or drawing. Kashmiri embroidery has remained one of main arts which has evolved over centuries with influence from many cultures. Hand Embroidery in Kashmir flourished during Sultan Zain-ul-Aabideen (1420-1470 AD) who invited artists from Iran to train the local people into a wide range of crafts.

Today Kashmir is the only place which make hand embroidered leather bags of hundreds of hand designs by its great young artisans.

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