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Rumals of Chamba is an indigenous brand that provides an exclusive market place for selling India’s rare, spectacular embroidery from Pahari region i.e. Himachal Pradesh. The collection is based on explorations, revivals and innovations in variety of textures, stitches and motifs. We work towards sustaining the traditional craft by selling authentic hand-embroidered, hand- crafted products along with best quality silk yarns dyed with natural dyes.
These baskets are known as tokri or chakki in the local language. Dried pine leaves fallen on ground are collected, boiled, wiped, arranged in order, and coiled using quilting needles in V stitches using cotton threads to shape them.
Shenai raas leela saree depicts the divine dance of Radha and Krishna. The dance is enlivened by music given by shenai players surrounding the raas dance. The kora muslin saree is reversible i.e. fine embroidery is similar on both sides of fabric!
The exquisite art of embroidery where miniature paintings meet weaving, dating back to the 16th century or beyond, christened the Chamba Rumal, is named after its place of origin.
Dr. Rohini Arora, Curator of ‘Rumals of Chamba’, with Ambassador Sibi George and Second Secretary Rajiv Kumar at India House in Bern on Dec 20. The weeklong unique embroidery exhibition witnessed huge turnout in Switzerland.
Glimpses of the inauguration of a unique exhibition of an exclusive embroidery collection ‘Rumals of Chamba’ from Himachal Pradesh, India in Berne on Dec 17...
The exhibition of 50 pieces of embroidered artwork “Rumals of Chamba: Embroidered Expressions of Pahari Women” was inaugurated today at the National Assembly House.
Venu: Kamaladevi Complex, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate