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ShodhKosh: Journal of Visual and Performing Arts
India is known for its textiles and embroidery all over the world. Indications of cotton fabrics have been found at the site of the Mohen-jo-Daro excavations and the finest muslins and silks are seen represented in the murals of the Ajanta and Bagh caves. The art of embroidery has been practiced since the remote ages in India. At the excavations made at Mohen-jo-Daro, bronze needles have been found which were most probably used for purposes of embroidery. Ancient literature and sculptures alsodoi:10.29121/shodhkosh.v2.i2.2021.33 fatcat:e4f6haackfhyphosl4rtvsfvze