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Name on Rice is a unique art form. Your name or your company's name can be written on a grain of rice and enclosed in a beautiful keychain.

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Here's an attractive, old-fashioned floor covering that barely requires sewing! Handmade braided rugs, braided the way your grandmother did it….. A colorful combination of fabric scraps in all materials and colours come to life in this beautifully handcrafted collection of rugs which can brighten any part of the house .

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Handmade Braided Rugs in multiple colors and shades created from reclaiming and recycling old cotton cloth scrap.

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Handmade Hand embroidered Zardozi Clutch bag on red velvet with multi colored emroidery and stones

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The painting you buy will be the only one in existence - 100% original and 100% exclusive.

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A silver piece tangled look, this necklace is made of a silver chain which gets thicker in the middle, from which hang silver spikes.

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A must have accesory in black embroidery that can be used in more than one way. Use if like a traditional Potli and expand it to a regular evening clutch bag.

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Just send us the picture you want to be sketched. 2 simple steps - Step 1 - send your photo to zcare@zarood.com, Step 2 : Make Payment. Our artist will get down to work immediately.

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Here's an attractive, old-fashioned floor covering that barely requires sewing! Handmade braided rugs, braided the way your grandmother did it….. A colorful combination of fabric scraps in all materials and colours come to life in this beautifully handcrafted collection of rugs which can brighten any part of the house .

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We have zarood have created a team of such craftsmen who are skilled in this art form and have created such wonderful items like this “Golden Flower Belt”. Zardozi is an ancient decorative embroidery art form. It was popularized by the royals in India and Persia. Over the years the numbers of artists who excel in this art form have diminished and are now a rare breed to find.

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