Parsi Embroidery is famously known as "Painting in Threads ".
A gara is a sari traditionally worn on special occasions by the Zoroastrian Parsi and Irani women from India. While some garas may be valued at US$15,000 a piece, they carry with them a priceless heritage which is their worth in these pages. Surviving garas often become a part of a family's heirloom - passed down from one generation to the next. At one time, a gara was a regular part of a bride's trousseau.
This form of embroidery fusion with Chikankari gave the latest trending apparel embroidery called as Parsi Gara with Chikankari