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MAIWA: Imprints of Culture: Block Printed Textiles of India

Abduljabbar Khatri in the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham, UK

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Meghwal embroidery

Meghwal embroiderer with typical apron, Kutch, India

SUNTORY MUSEUM OF ART "Bingata-dyed fabrics"- During the Sho Dynasty, there were rules concerning clothing. For example, bingata-dyed fabric was worn exclusively by the warrior class or people of a higher social standing, and yellow and large-patterned fabrics were worn only by aristocrats.

SUNTORY MUSEUM OF ART "Bingata-dyed fabrics"- During the Sho Dynasty, there were rules concerning clothing. For example, bingata-dyed fabric was worn exclusively by the warrior class or people of a higher social standing, and yellow and large-patterned fabrics were worn only by aristocrats.

Shawl, San Juan Cotzal, Guatemala, land of the Mayan colored textiles. Museo Ixchel del Traje Indigena (Ixchel Museum of Indigenous Dress)

Shawl, San Juan Cotzal, Guatemala, land of the Mayan colored textiles. Museo Ixchel del Traje Indigena (Ixchel Museum of Indigenous Dress)

Rich and diverse creative traditions of Kachchh (often written as "Kutch") is located in Gujarat state, India | Khamir

Rich and diverse creative traditions of Kachchh (often written as "Kutch") is located in Gujarat state, India

Gamcha (India), a multipurpose checked cotton cloth commonly used by men throughout India as a towel, scarf, head dress, lunghi, or draped over the shoulder.

Gamcha (India), a multipurpose checked cotton cloth commonly used by men throughout India as a towel, scarf, head dress, lunghi, or draped over the shoulder.

Sari is a traditional woman wear in India...it comes in many colors, patterns and materials but it is always very feminine and elegant. Visit Sari factories and markets with boutique tour organizer Nomaday travel: www.nomadaytravel.com

Indian Textiles from Rajasthan, Sari Factory, Textile are dried in the open air, Photo © Bruno Morandi/ Hemis/Corbis

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