Veda Bag

Veda Bag

INR 10,800

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The handcrafted piece will take you to meet the artwork and history of the Mutva community who migrated from Sindh to Banni, Kutch. This artistic piece tells a story about an embroidery called Pakko Mukko migrated from Sindh, Pakistan. The women of Mutva community specialise this embroidery. It involves minute stitch techniques of pieces of very small mirror that are made in small patches, and the stitches cover the whole fabric. The belt of the bag is made from an old Banjara belt beautifully hand stitched with shinny mirrors. The bead embroidery  on the bag has been made by Afghan refugee women residing in New Delhi, India. The Kada's attached on each strap of the bag are the hand made bracelets of Lambani women. Every element adds to the character of this Bag making it one of its kind. This bag is 12 inches in length and 17 inches in width.**

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