Different types of traditional Embroideries

Vibbha Sharma

India is famous for its fabric embroideries, where every attire is made with different embroideries. Every Indian girl has many dreams for her marriage and thus wants to look the prettiest bride on the special day of her life. So, it is obvious that they have a lot of dreams related to her wedding outfit in which she is adorned by many. So making of those thoughts into reality there are many talented and experienced Ladies Boutique in Banashankari who offers you a collection of topmost wedding attires popping up with different colours.

There is a list of embroidered lehengas that will make you look absolutely gorgeous.

Gota Patti

Gota Patti is famous embroidery of Rajasthan which showcases the combination of zari and appliqué ribbons which create a distinctive pattern all around the attire. The embroidery here is supported by kinnari work and it is the most beautiful choice of embroidery for the bride's mehendi outfit.


Zardozi is popular embroidery work which was earlier done by gold and silver metal threads but now is done by silver and gold-copper wires. Although this change has not made a big difference still it is demanding like earlier. This attire is perfect if you want a shiny and perfect attire for you as the type of work done is has a rich sheen and very heavy.


This embroidery work is very famous as everybody must have heard of this name. The hand-made technique was found in Lucknow and is famous across the world. Embroidery is done on a colorful material with the white thread. This looks different when it comes to the lehenga. This is also renowned as lucknowi work.


This embroidery from Punjab is most fascinating embroidery. Threads of vibrant colour are used to create traditional and stylish designs that are usually done on shawls or duppattas. A lehenga that is made using this technique can give you a very beautiful and outstanding appearance.


It is complimentary for Chikankari work. Mukaish did use these metal wires that are inserted in the cloth and then flattened out. It gives an appearance like a small sprinkle of metal all over the outfit when the work is done. If a hand embroidery clothing accessory is combined with it then it looks more graceful.

Cut Dana embroidery

Cut Dana is famous in many of the countries. This embroidery work is done with stone and the stone is cut in such a way that when light touches it, then it throws a beam light and gives an attractive sheen look. It has a long journey since royal people were using the stones in their outfits to the current generation. The lehenga made using Cut Dana embroidery will look like a royal piece of clothing and person who is wearing would not look lesser than a princess.

Shisha work

Shisha work is a traditional culture of Gujarat. The embroidery here is done by attaching small mirrors on the cloth. An interwoven thread is used to create the entire outfit look which appears like shiny armor.

These are some embroidery work that can be found in the Designer Boutique shop in Kothanur very easily. Some of the boutiques also give the facility of styling your outfit by yourself.

Vibbha Sharma
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