Lord Krishna in Zardozi by Md. Bilal


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Size : Medium
Dimensions : H: 30 | W: 30 Inch
Medium : Zari on Cotton Cloth

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Crafted by the skilled hands of master zardozi artisan MD. Bilal, this divine artwork portrays Lord Krishna serenading with his flute. A testament to meticulous craftsmanship, this masterpiece required months of dedicated work. Its beauty is simply breathtaking, a modern heirloom destined to be cherished for generations to come. Bilal's expertise shines through in every stitch, capturing the essence of Krishna's divine melody with unparalleled artistry. This timeless piece transcends mere decoration, embodying the spiritual essence of Lord Krishna's eternal charm, ensuring its place as a treasured legacy in the hearts and homes of those who behold its magnificence.
Zardozi, derived from Persian roots meaning 'gold sewing', encompasses intricate metal embroidery on luxurious silk, satin, or velvet bases. Traditionally adorning royal tents, scabbards, and regal paraphernalia, it once utilized pure silver wires and genuine gold leaves. Today's craftsmen employ a blend of copper wire with golden or silver polish, along with silk thread, to recreate its opulence. Designs feature elaborate motifs incorporating gold and silver threads, pearls, beads, and precious stones. Zardozi's historical significance resonates through its lavish detailing, symbolizing the grandeur of bygone eras while adapting to contemporary materials, ensuring its legacy of regal elegance endures.


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Mohd Bilal, a skilled artisan from Raja Ki Mandi, Agra, is a shining example of dedication and talent in the world of Zardozi craftsmanship. With a legacy passed down from his father, Mr. Fazal Mohd, who received prestigious awards like the Padma Shri, National Award, and Shilp Guru, Bilal ji continues the tradition as the third generation in his family.

His educational journey includes a graduation from Agra University and a diploma in fashion design from IIFT, along with the ongoing pursuit of a master's degree in fine arts. Bilal ji’s accolades include national and state awards, and his work has been showcased at renowned craft exhibitions across India and abroad.

Bilal ji’s expertise extends across various mediums, from wall hangings and garments to home accessories like bags, clutches, and cushion covers. He excels in blending traditional Indian motifs with modern and contemporary designs, showcasing his versatility and innovation.

Despite initial challenges, his perseverance and passion have led him to establish a strong presence in the industry. His vision includes creating a recognizable brand for Zardozi craftsmanship, promoting Indian culture globally, and nurturing talent through training programs.



Zardozi


Zardozi embroidery is a centuries-old tradition in India, known for its intricate designs, shimmering metallic threads, and exquisite craftsmanship. The literal translation of the term hails from two Persian words: ‘zar’ means gold and ‘dozi’ meaning embroidery, thereby translating into gold embroidery. Rooted in history and steeped in tradition, this art form encompasses all the motifs in nature from flowers, leaves, and trees to animals and birds. History and Tradition Zardozi is a style of embroidery that came to India from central Asia in around the 12th century. It flourished under the patronage of Mughal emperors and Indian royalty and over time, became synonymous with opulence and luxury, adorning the garments, textiles, and accessories of kings, nobles, and aristocrats. Technique and Details   Zardozi embroidery is characterized by the use of metallic threads, typically made of gold or silver, embellished with sequins, beads, and precious stones. The intricate designs are meticulously handcrafted using a variety of stitches, including satin stitch, chain stitch, and couching, to create elaborate patterns and motifs. While a simple needle can also be used, zari zardozi embroidery generally uses a hook-tipped awl, locally called 'ari', which makes for greater efficiency, as it enables the artisans to work on both sides of the fabric.



Product Details

Title
Lord Krishna in Zardozi by Md. Bilal
Artist
Mohd. Bilal
Art Style
Zardozi
Medium
Zari
Size
Medium
Dimension
30 in(H) X 30 in(W)
Themes
Krishna
Color
Multicoloured
Country of Origin
Uttar Pradesh, India

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