Portrayal of elephant’s head in Zari Zardozi Work by Mohd. Bilal

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Size : Large
Dimensions : H: 48 Inch & W: 36 Inch
Medium : Zari on Cotton Cloth

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Artist Mohd. Bilal in his Zari Zardozi Work expresses the imagery of an elephant’s head artfully, incorporated with stones or crystals. Elephants are often regarded as symbols of strength, power, and endurance in various cultures. Their depiction in the work represents these qualities and adds a sense of regality and grandeur to the artwork. The artwork itself is a traditional and intricate form of embroidery that has been passed down through generations. The inclusion of an elephant's head in this art form can be a nod to the rich cultural heritage and craftsmanship of the region where it is created. The use of black crystals for the formation of eyes, and intricate details, is simply chosen for its aesthetic appeal, adding complexity and beauty to the overall design of the zardozi artwork.

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The Zardosi style, which is often used to add a royal touch to fabric, is one of the finest embroidery techniques. Zardosi is a technique for creating beautiful, intricate designs on cloth using metallic coated thread. Thin strands of gold, silver, or copper are typically used to make the thread. To create these intricate designs, the thread is held with a finger on the reverse of the fabric and the aari, a sharp-pointed needle, is held on top. Sewing on the fabric in intricate patterns, craftsmen use materials such as sequins, beads, pearls, precious and semi-precious stones. This exquisite embroidery style is now commonly used in bridal trousseaus Zardozi originated in Iran and was brought to India b y the Mughals. It is different from other embroidery techniques in a few ways: Materials: Zardozi embroidery uses a combination of gold and silver thread, sometimes interwoven with silk or other colorful threads. This gives the embroidery a very rich and luxurious look, which is different from other embroidery techniques that use single-colored thread. Techniques: Zardozi embroidery uses a combination of techniques such as couching, applique, and chain stitch. This creates a raised and three-dimensional effect on the fabric which is different from other embroidery techniques that are typically done in a flat manner. Designs: The designs used in Zardozi embroidery are often very ornate and elaborate, with a strong influence from Persian and Mughal art. They often depict floral and paisley patterns, as well as figurative designs such as birds and animals, which is different from other embroidery techniques that typically use simpler patterns. Applications: Zardozi embroidery is mainly used for decorating traditional Indian garments such as saris, lehengas, and sherwanis, as well as household items such as cushion covers and table runners. Expensive: Due to the use of gold and silver thread, and the intricate designs, Zardozi embroidery is considered as a luxury item and is relatively expensive compared to other embroidery techniques.

Product Details

Portrayal of elephant’s head in Zari Zardozi Work by Mohd. Bilal
Mohd. Bilal
Art Style
48 in(H) X 36 in(W)
Elephant, Folk Art
Brown, White, Gold, Silver
Country of Origin
Uttar Pradesh, India

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