Hand Embroidery designs of Lucknow : Various forms and style

09/12/2018
Rajesh Kumar
Hand Embroidery designs of Lucknow : Various forms and style

Embroiders or embroidery is an art which also is something that brew with the help of needle colorful threads that increase Sundtrta clothes. In the past was done by hand embroidery, but with changing time will be from today's embroidery machines. Embroidery still considered closely and work skills and work of these closely and skills today. Embroideries like an ordinary-many varieties of varying embroidery new ways of travel clothing, embroidery, zardozi, embroidery, Mukas embroidery etc. Today you are in India.

Embroidery tradition is coming around 2300-1500 lasted from BC. Currently a good option, but business for Embroiders not only beauty is exposed also emerging as. It is providing high versatility and new scope of today's business. But today hand embroidery is only those have been largely confined to highly skilled craftsmen who consider it an art form and there's the other side like the cheap and attractive as those of mechanized embroidery. In India, the use of goods hands of embroidery is still being used clothing and interior decoration, but in the West, hand work embroidery is seen as a symbol of art and luxury. Patch or "small embroidered symbols in Western countries in this round of fashion" The used clothing is to create beautiful and personalized. Which are now being made by machines. Which is why it is getting the opportunity of a better future.

Demand currently embroidered the garments in the country need new machines and skilled craftsmen to supply on time so went moving abroad is also increasing. Due to the increasing demand for use of today's mechanized embroidery is thought to be higher. Abroad is estimated to be imposed due to the increased demand of embroidered the garments and high exports in India soon embroidery will be exposed on the international map.

The recent appearance (Textile Market went to install 35,000 embroidery machine textile market known) learned details Oktori department of the municipality, and the total number of machines in November is expected to top 50,000 . Embroidery business in the past few years has been an increase of seven per cent per year and India the rate will become a major center soon embroidery.

In learning this work is that awareness and desire to make a career in this business so it can become the best means to raise the standard of living. If you'd like to make future business embroidery we bring you advantages in the business of machine embroidery and hand embroidery and disadvantages:

The hand embroidery handmade, exquisite design, embroidery meticulous work, lively and elegant colors, and strong prosperous exceptional appearance and excellent samples of local specialties. But it takes time, work will be much more complex, it will take much more time. The negative impact caused by the business itself. And be skilled craftsmen hand embroidery is also important. The embroidery machine is soon due to be affordable and digitization. This may be accomplished at the time the biggest demand of customers, and fewer than embroidery of damage involved in this business. But the nature of the designs due to computerized become limited.

Modernity is the use of machines in each area in this round increases the intensity, which have come to the brink of extinction handicrafts. That is why the price of handmade expect this machine manufactured goods is increasing. That position is also of textiles, which have been worst hit by rounds of mechanization. In some parts of the world are also some of the tribe or community today, who kept alive their traditional crafts. Whether it should not embroidery services on fabrics only. One such tribe Vietnam Hmong, whose Kashidakari be applied to textiles is very famous.

The Hmong seek ancient hill tribes of China, who independence had migrated from China. Initially they were dependent on the refugee camps agriculture and these had no stability whatsoever. While these so had only their traditional practices followed were moving. Including the embroidery to be applied to textiles, which were especially skilled and accomplished for. Which he kept alive after entering the modern world country like the United States, France, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and so on. Geographically and culturally Hmong were divided, which would take the art of reverse Aplik (Reverse Appliqué) and Green Hmong Batik (Batik) for Kashidakari White Hmong textiles.

Is a matter of pride for the women were Hmong embroidery on garments, even when you choose the girl to marry at one time it was thought to them is seen as a great virtue. These women New Year, marriage, birth and by shiny embroidery needle on dark fabrics for other important function prepares traditional clothing. Which they adopt techniques such as cross stitch and Kashidakari. All these complex Aplik (Appliqué, the work done by the other clothing on top of a garment) find work called "Ndau" (Pa nDau), which literally means "flower cloth '(Flower cloth) cloth that means flowers . Preparation of pieces of Aplik garments extremely complex task which requires many years of experience, In addition, other types are also embroidered. These by-tech embroidery services in border corresponds to the Chinese technology substantially.

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Refugees time to prepare Kashidakari the Hang garments were the main source of income used to use these bright colors for. There are mainly apron (Apron), used in bed sheets, pillow covers (Cover), the wall of the pendant, which drew largely towards the West. Hmong had an excellent form of Kashidakari 'Pj Ntub Tib Nig' (Paj Ntaub Tib Neeg) which is shown in the picture above, and it was called 'The Story clothes. There were no characters to their language initially met, which is why they are not writing history, so engraved in the fabrics they very beautifully its history through pictures. Hmong work by women was much enthusiasm. There they their culture, traditions, With daily life as well as the Vietnam War and experiences earned during their stay in Thailand are also featured. Which were sold in large US markets.

Some time after the Americans joined the Kashidakari the Hmong with their technology. Which emerged a new form of embroidery. Lucknow is world renowned for its embroideries and embroidery. The technology Kashidakari Artisan Hmong can Ijhat a new form of learning embroidery. This could prove to be a good option for them.

Embroideries Lucknow, traditional embroidery style of India. Literally Anuwadkren the embroideries are embroidered so it makes sense. The wife of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, Nur Jahan said had it been able to learn from Iran and a second assumption is that there is a drizzle Lucknow Bismillah when Delhi Nur Jahan He demonstrated this skill. Most part of the industry is spread Chowk area of Old Lucknow. It is believed that the embroidery mostly women. Iranian history of embroidery is several years old. There was a time when great art went stretches from Turkey to Afghanistan and the border of Armenia and India. That is why the impact of the major feature of the famous Lucknow called Nawabi city "embroideries embroidery" is seen today. Here's embroideries is a type of class and fine embroidery services in India, which is famous in the world.

Even though can not be said that based on the evidence that the discovery of embroidery Iran many years old. It is believed that the introduction of embroidery in Iran was the Sasanian Empire (226 Persian dynasty that ruled from AD to 652 AD). As well as Byzantine ambassador in Baghdad described the gold Iranian embroidery during 917 AD. Marco Polo (who traveled to Iran from China in the thirteenth century) is also described embroidered with silk flowers to be at home by women in the region north of Iran.

The art over time has seen many centuries and regimes come in many variations whereby. Let us know about some of its major genres.

9th century when the Arabs gained even conquered, then, along with the emergence of Tirajh embroidery in Iran. It was the clothing of royal rulers to increase their reputation. It was completed as a chain or series. During the medieval period, there are two main styles of embroidery in Iran was a major. The first of which Musaif embroidery (Musaif embroidery), these are usually used on the fabric and design were mainly from nature. This is an example of embroidery can be seen at the Textile Museum in Washington DC (Washington DC). An example you can see in the picture below.

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The second version was called Jileh. Usually at this pattern comes diagonal stripes look of silk flowers. The following picture shows the Jileh embroidery.

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Style third embroidery made by the Persians was called "Rasht". It was sewn in a pattern on a cotton or wool foundation small pieces of flannel wool. Chen add this button and wing soldering is used. Thus existing examples of embroidery from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Its a trailer you can see in the picture below.

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Another major embroidery "Brokad" style of Iran had been several different uses different stitches and techniques. Embroidery completely Chen was the stitches, and surfaces of shaded silk from silk thread was used to fill. Later it was also used gold and silver threads. An example you can see in the picture below.

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Any discussion on the Persian embroidery Needlles (Needlelace) can not be complete without mention of embroidery made of embroidered white silk. In Needlles on the surface of a fabric with needle and thread lace were made. There was also made subtle design in white silk white cotton embroidered white silk. Today is also the white embroidery by Persians.

So it was embroidered in many areas of the major styles of the history of Persian embroidery, Iran and Iraq still plays an important role in the daily life of the Persians. However, over time it has lost its pristine beauty and skill. Despite this, the art has been successful in its talent lent.

Ref :

1.http://www.womenfolk.com/quilting_history/hmong.ht...
2.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hmong_textile_art

3.http://collections.mnhs.org/mnhistorymagazine/arti...

4.https://web.archive.org/web/20080201092328/http://...

5.https://hi.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E0%A4%9A%E0%A4%BF%E...


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