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We are supported by our team of expert professionals that work hard round the clock to complete the given orders on time. In addition to, our ethical business policies are made by us for the ease of business that we want to provide our clients. The finally prepared ranges of embroidered products are packed safely in the tamper-proof packaging. We deliver these products to the clients end in the given time frame without making delays in the services. All the production activities & processing is done under the guidance of experts that hold years of experience in the domain. For us, our clients are our top priority and we always strive to provide best quality products in the promised time frame.
We sincerely pay our thanks to Mr. Ravi Gupta who secures excellent experience in the domain and serving from many years in the domain of embroidered products. He gives special emphasis to the customer’s demand and always try to deliver total quality solution in our product range.
|Nature of Business||Exporter|
|Company CEO||Ruchi Sharma|
|Total Number of Employees||51 to 100 People|
|Year of Establishment||2002|
|Legal Status of Firm||Individual - Proprietor|
|Annual Turnover||Rs. 5 - 10 Crore|
Trade & Market
|Size of Premises||3600 square feet|
|Quality Measures / Testing Facilities||Yes|
|Import Export Code (IEC)||05169*****|
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The Indian Embroidery
Embroidery the Art of working raised designs in Threads of silk, cotton, gold or silver upon the surface of woven cloth with help of Needle, has been known in India from very early times . Embroidery has rich Tradition in India dating back to Pr-historic times.
Evidence is available that India is its Original Home, Therefore it will Not be improper to say that hand-embroidery is as old as civilization of India, The earliest Indian needles were excavated at Mohenjadaro and can be dated to Circa 2000 BC.
The Vedas contains numerous reference to needle work in Vedic literature , Embroidered garment are termed as ‘pesas’ and ‘pesaskari’ means a Women embroider.
In the 16th century, in the reign of the Mughal Emperor Akbar, his chronicler Abu al-Fazl ibn Mubarak wrote in the famous Ain-i-Akbari: "His majesty (Akbar) pays much attention to various stuffs; hence Irani, Ottoman, and Mongolian articles of wear are in much abundance especially textiles embroidered in the patterns of Nakshi, Saadi, Chikhan, Ari,Zardozi, Wasli, Gota and Kohra. The imperial workshops in the towns of Lahore, Agra, Fatehpur and Ahmadabad turn out many masterpieces of workmanship in fabrics, and the figures and patterns, knots and variety of fashions which now prevail astonish even the most experienced travelers. Taste for fine material has since become general, and the drapery of embroidered fabrics used at feasts surpasses every description. Elaborately embroidered clothing, religious objects, and household items have been a mark of wealth and Status.
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