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JankiPhulkari.com

Founder of Phulkari 

Making Phulkari Since 1947

Foundation of This Business Start after the Partition of India Pakistan in 1947.

My Grandmother Late Smt kundan Devi start This work when she have nothing in her hands after partition but she have a great skill in her hands crafting Phulkari.She sarvive our family as well as thousend of other families.

She teach This craft Thousends of Lady. From the thousends one is my Mother Smt.Janki Devi.She cry her Family Tradition from the age of 10  till know.I am the third Generation of my family doing this traditional business.

Smt Janki Devi The Master Craftwoman of Phulkari in India.Know none as JankiPhulkari.com.We are none the best in this Business.We are Specialization of Customised Phulkari on all types cloth You Think We Do Policy as well as modern Phulkari. Phulkari Chunni,Phulkari Suits,Phulkari Salwar Kameez,Phulkari sarees,Phulkari Kurtis,Phulkari Pants,Phulkari jackets,Phulkari Home Decor.

WHAT IS PHULKARI

Janki Phulkari is known for its Phulkaris. The embroidery is done with floss silk .Geometrical patterns are usually embroidered on the Phulkaris. Phulkaris and Baghs were worn by women all over Punjab during marriage festivals. They were embroidered by the women for their own use and use of other family members.

We are making for other how love to were the Phulkari.

Phulkari  was purely a domestic art which not only satisfied their inner  for creation but brought colour into day-to-day life. In a way, it was true folk art. Custom had grown to give Phulkaris and Baghs to brides at the time of marriages.

Some feel it came from Central Asia along with  tribes who migrated to India and settled in Punjab. There is reference of Phulkari in Vedas, Mahabharat, Guru Granth Sahib and folk songs of Punjab. In its present form, phulkari embroidery has been popular since the 15th century.

The main characteristics of Phulkari embroidery are use of darn stitch on the wrong side of coarse cotton cloth with coloured silken thread. Punjabi women created interesting designs and patterns by their skilful hands. The most favoured colour is red and its shades, because Bagh and Phulkari are used during marriage and other festivals. 

 

 


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