Banjaras or the nomadic tribes of India have typical embroidery styles
influenced by many cultures, themes and availability of raw material.
Their clothers are embellished with intricate mirror work and bead work.
Shells, ivory beads, and colorful threads are a treat to the senses.
The banjaras though gradually coming in the main stream still tend to
keep in touch with their traditional crafts. The needle craft that was
earlier limited to colorful traditional skirts (ghagra), blouses and
men's jackets can now be seen on bags, belts, bead spreads wall hangings
and living room decors.