Origin of Parsi can be traced back when the immigrant Persian traders went to China fell in love with the silk and finest oriental patterns.
Parsi work goes back to the bronze age Persia which makes it thousands of years old from this old age of art many people have different beliefs, some say that men traveled to China and brought silk fabric for their women. As the Parsi traveled in various parts in India, in Deccan they incorporated the zardozi embroidery and developed their unique style. Gara is the needlepoint technique that creates riots of colors on fabric which creates nature-inspired motifs like flowers, creepers, and birds.
|Parsi gara workshop|
The Persian glory, Parsi Gara is considered as an emblem of ethereal elegance introduced by Parsi traders. Each garment reflects the enchanting story of hand-embroidered finery.
|Designer Parsi gara chikankari Lehenga in pure georgette|
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|Handcrafted Chikankari Lehenga in pure Georgette fabric with Parsi Gara embroidery|
|Close up of richly adorned Paris gara with french knot|