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Expansion of the Silk Brocade Industry
Southern and Western Indian Brocades
Brocades of North India
19TH CENTURY Ahmedabad Alaipura ancient Asian Assam Awadh background Badi Bazar badla Balkh Banaras brocades Banarasi beautiful became Bengal Bharat Kala Bhavan birds BROCADE WEAVE brocade-weaving Bukhara Burhanpur butas BUTIS called Central Asia Chanderi China cocoons coloured silk cotton court culture damask decorative motifs Delhi depicted designs devanga Dr Motichandra dupattas exported famous flowers garments gold and silver gold or silver GOLD ZARI Gujarat Hindu Indian brocades Indian textile industry Jahangir Kanchipuram Kashi kausheya Khotan Khurasan kings known Lahore later loom Madanpura mainly mashru mentioned migrated Mohammad Mughal Murshidabad Muslim nakshabands nineteenth century paintings Paithan pallu patkas peacock period Persian Plate popular probably referred religious royal workshops sangi Sanskrit Sardar saris Sassanian Sassanid Shahjahan shawls Shri silk brocades silk fabrics SILK FRAGMENT SILK GROUND silk threads silk-weaving silver zari stripes stylised Sultanate Surat technique temple textiles tradition turbans Varanasi warp weavers weaving centres weft woven YARDAGE zari