Kutch dignifies itself with its most famous art form as embroidery work and Kutchi bharat, which is practiced by Kutchis, since eras. Kutch comprise of community of Rabaris, which owns this art form as their hobby, as well as their profession i.e. source for earning.
They have magic in their hands, just by holding the needle, they can create various forms of embroidery, with their high imaginations and creativity. They have this artistic creativity from their childhood only.
These art have been so much liked and appreciated by the people all over the world, and that is why these are supplied everywhere. And, people from different parts specially visit Kutch, for buying these unique collections.
They use beautiful combinations of colours like Yellow, Red, Black, and Blue etc. for giving liveliness to their forms. Generally silk and cotton materials are used for this type of work.
You can find various patterns in their designs, like of different birds and animals, especially peacock dancing in a beautiful way. They also represent various dance forms of previous era, with rich history and fine architecture.
To make their work look more attractive, they place mirrors of small size, designated as Aabhla, in their language. These are generally placed in purses, shawls, Kurtis, dresses, pouches, mojris, backpacks, jackets. etc., and mostly in ghaghra cholis i.e. long skirt and blouse, full of Kutchi work, which they wear during the most awaited and highly celebrated festival, called Navratri.
Their work never gets old fashioned or common, as they always think for some new innovation in their work just for you. You just have to wear and use these with inner happiness and take care of these, as these are delicate to be handled.