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If you ever get a chance to visit Punjab, you must have notice a lot of men & women wearing Kada. So if you are curious to know why Punjabis Wear Kada? Punjabis have their rituals and a set of beliefs to lead life. Punjabi Kada is regarded to be one of the five Kakkars. Sikhism is a religion known for its history. Our Sikh Gurus had sacrificed their lives for their people and religion. Kada is a bracelet made of Steel introduced by the tenth guru of Sikhs - Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
This bracelet depicts the selfless nature of Sikh people. Moreover, it also shows the permanent bonding of Sikhs with their community. By wearing Kada, Sikhs, promise to help those who are in need.
People wear Kada with a belief to get connected with their god. Nowadays, you won't only see Sikhs wearing Kada, but owing to its beauty and style, it has become a style statement, especially
Phulkari Dupatta can be worn in different ways. However, do you know the history of Phulkari Dupatta? If not, then here we will share in detail with you "What is the phulkari" and what is its history.
Meaning of Phulkari:
The word 'Phulkari' translates into ‘flower work’, and has a history etched in the culture of Punjab. Spun from the charkha this spectacular style of embroidery is patterned on odinis, shawls, kurtis and chunris. The main feature of this phulkari dupatta is the use of the darn stitch on the backside of the cloth. The first mention of the Phulkari dupatta is being mentioned in the famous folklore of Punjab Heera Ranjha. Phulkari is the dream weaver of every Punjabi girl.
Phulkari is brought to India by the Jat People of Central Asia however, the patterns were not mentioned in texts but transmitted by