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Designs on an Indrian Throw
"Chaddar" or shawls are used to keep warm in the winter. In older days "Zari" threads were used for their embroidery work. However these days multi-colored cotton threads are used for the same purpose.
Designs,  Indrian,  Throw,  
Picture No.: 4512
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