This beautiful, hand-embroidered, 100% cotton cushion cover with designs typical for this region.
Generations of women have, since ancient times, passed on the meaning and symbolism of daily life and rituals to their daughters in the form of the stunning embroidered handcrafts of the Gujarat region of Western India.
Size: 45 x 45 cm
Due to the handmade nature, expect variations and imperfections.
Who made this?
St Mary’s Mahila Shikshan Kendra
St Mary’s teaches rural women who have migrated to the city of Ahmedabad, in western India, to use their traditional Kathiawadi style of embroidery and mirror work to generate essential income. Women from all religious beliefs unite within this group where education and healthcare are also provided.
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