The ancient times’ art of needlework gold and silver embroidery materials and threads on a fabric by handicrafts, Zardozi arises from the earth of Persia. A hand embroidery that did once worked to adorn aristocratical garments, the design thrived in the 17th century when the rule of Mughal emperor Akbar. Real Zardozi work used golden metallic and silver threads, pearls and costly stones, and the variety of fabrics also had to be royal. Hence, luxurious velvets and expensive silks complemented this magnificent embroidery. Despite, today’s Zardozi work utilizes a mixture of copper wire with golden or silver shine and silk threads. However, that hasn’t caught away from the majestic feel of the craft, as Zardosi work design lehengas and sarees are favorite of each country bride’s!