Costumes of the rulers of Mewar: with patterns and construction techniques
History Of Costume Is Engaged In An Adventure Of Vast Absorbing Dimensions. For The First Time A Dedicated Unique Collection Of Exquisite And Profusely Elaborated Costumes Of Rulers Of Mewar Has Been Prepared. The Author Has Made A Conscientious Effort To Present A Guideline For The Construction Of Garments, Textiles Used, Jewellery And Footwear Worn With The Costumes. The Coloured Photographs And Diagrams Explain All The Time-Honoured Traditions Of The Past And Present. The Book Will Be Immensely Useful To Apparel Designers, Merchants, Theatre People, Students, Historians, Artists As Well As To The Fashion Houses In Europe And America Which Are Always In Search Of Exotic Styles Of Dresses For Their Clients.
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Historical Background of the Rulers of Mewar
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ACHKAN Akbar ankles basic block Bhagwanji Bhagwat Singh Bhim Singh block printing blue and white Chittor Chrome yellow City Palace cloth cm long cm was drawn cm wide coat coiled colour costumes CUDIDAR decorated Discharge Printing dress embroidery fabric festival folded Gangaur garment gold or silver Hamir imali Jagat Singh Jai Singh Jawan jewellery jhagga Jodhpur Joined kamarbahd Karan Singh khug laheriya layers Maharana Amar Singh Maharana Bhupal Singh Maharana Fateh Singh Maharana Jagat Singh Maharana Pratap Singh Maharana Raj Singh Maharana Udai Singh malabahd marked mothada Mughal multi-coloured muslin odhni ornaments pachevdi pagdi pearl strands pendants piece Pocket precious stones pyjamas Rajasthan Rajput Rana rulers of Mewar Sangrahalaya Sardar Singh serpech Shambhu Singh Shaped Singh II Plate Singh Plate skirt slant line stitched studded with precious Swaroop Singh thread tie-dye tied turban Udaipur vertical line waist waraq printing white dots 3x2 wide stripe wrapped