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Everything About Kashmiri Kashida Embroidery | Utsav Fashion Blog

Kashmiri embroidery, also knows as Kashida, had its patronage in Persian and Mughal rulers. There is not much evidence to trace its origin but legend says that a Persian sufi saint brought the skill to Kashmir.

It was initially only practiced in the workshops of the patrons, but gradually became a source of domestic employment, especially in the colder months when farming is not possible. From rugs to shawls, from bags to kurtis, all kind of apparel and home decor today features intricate Kashida work in all its vibrancy.

Mostly done as a commercial craft, it is one of the reasons for an active tourism industry in Kashmir — kwshida as well as Indian tourists flock to the paradise to get that unique piece of shawl or jacket with authentic Kashmiri embroidery, that is a style statement in itself.


Kashida Embroidery

Since Kashmir is undoubtedly the paradise of India, there is no dearth of motivation for the Kashmiri artisans to reflect the scenic beauty of Kashmir through threads. The picturesque flora and the variety of of migrating birds found in Kashmir finds expression in their skillful embroidery.

Flowers, in all their variety and glory, occupy the craft — rose, lotus, hyacinth, iris, maple, vines, narcissus, in bright pastel colours. The Kashmiri tea-pot is a unique feature of Kashmiri embroidery. Animals and human figures kahida usually not part of their style of embroidery. Famous for being done on silk and wool, Kashida is known for its simple stitches.

The list includes satin stitch, chain stitch, and stem stitch; herringbone and darning are also sometimes used. Kashmiri embroidery is known for its effective execution of a single stitch, often called the Kashmiri stitch.

Kashida is an umbrella term given to many kind of Kashmiri embroideries practiced across the state. Sozni, Crewel Aaripapier mache are some of the popular kinds of embroidery with a huge global demand. Statistics With over 45 Million people, employed directly, the handloom industry is one of the largest sources of employment generation in the country. The total fabric production in Kahida is expected to grow to Billion square metres by from 64 Billion square metres in It has been reported that net profit of Rs 3.


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