Sujani Embroidery originated from the Bhusura village of Bihar. In ancient times, it was considered as a from of quilting where in old sarees and dhotis were used as the creative canvas. Black and brown threads are used for outlining the motifs and colorful threads are used to fill in colors in the motifs. This style of embroidery is similar to the Kantha stitch of West Bengal. The Sujani is not merely a traditional craft, it is also a way to convey social and political messages.
19-12-2019: Sujani Embroidery A commemorative postage stamp
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SKU: INDS09000782201902 Category: Stamps
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