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Since time immemorial, embroidery has been part of everyday life for indian families. That’s probably the reason why in India there are several different kind of embroidery. The “Zardoki” for example is used to decorate silk, wool or muslin fabrics with silver, golden yarns, beads and stones; the “Kasooti”, where the desired decorations are drafted first with charcoal or with a pencil, to be then filled with colourful yarns, small mirrors, coins and precious stones; or the “Phulkari” which main characteristics is the upside down stitching on a cotton cloth with colourful silk yarns