Hand Embroidery

Our skilled artisans adorn printed motifs with intricate details, using thread and glass beads to create multidimensional patterns. This process takes time, but it also gives each hand-embroidered garment its sense of individuality and character. Hand embroidery, which gained popularity in India under Mughal rule in the 16th through 18th centuries, has long been a hallmark of the country’s textile industry. Today, women throughout India wear embroidered sarees, often featuring a blend of Western and Indian aesthetics.