Set Of Fuschia Kurta, Pants And Parsi Embroidered Dupatta
Set Of Black Kurta, Pants And Parsi Embroidered Dupatta
Set Of White Kurta, Pants And Parsi Embroidered Dupatta
Maroon Cape With Parsi Embroidery
Purple Georgette Saree With White Parsi Embroidery
Green Georgette Saree With White Parsi Embroidery
White Georgette Saree With Red Parsi Gara Embroidery
Maroon Gown With Parsi Embroidery
Black Georgette Parsi Embroidered Saree With Satin Border
Navy Blue Gown With Parsi Embroidery
Maroon A-Line Dress With Parsi Embroidery
Black A-Line Dress With Parsi Embroidery
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Parsi Gara Embroidery
More than any other art form perhaps, it is embroidery that carries with it a wealth of cultural informationd . It is an art form that is often exclusive to one particular region – with each country, each race having its own distinct style, inspired by indigenous customs and local mythologies. Seen as the domain of women, it is traditionally passed down from mother to daughter – and so it is the case with Palestinian embroidery. The traditional Palestinian cross stitch embroidery originated centuries ago in the villages of Palestine, was passed down from mother to daughter, and is today seen as a powerful signifier of Palestinian identity. Also known as Tatreez embroidery, it is today a fading art form.