Phulkari, a Rural Tradition of Handmade Embroidery, and literally meaning "FLOWER WORK" is an auspicious, head cover embroidered by the versatile fingers of Punjabi Women. "PHUL" means "Flower" & "KARI" means "WORK". Also known as "GULKARI" a very intricate needle work, along with bright colour threads mainly Red, Orange, Blue, Green etc. Phulkari is the ancient and most distinguished tradition which its people have and are still trying to maintain in spite of uncertainty and changing times. Phulkari is mainly associated with Duppatas commonly known as "ODHINI.". But These Days You Can Find Phulkari On Kurtis, Salwar, Sarees Etc.
Our Product Is Part of This Rich Tradition & Comes From Its Origin Place, Punjab. These Are Very Comfortable Cloth & You Can Stitch It As Per You Requirement. It Looks Well With Salwars, Leggings & Jeans. This Traditional Art & Its Unique Embroidery Design Will Make You Center Of Attraction On Any Occasion.
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