Contribution of Sufis on Thread Crafts on Multan
Keywords:Multān, embroidery, spiritual beliefs, Islamic education, aesthetic paradigms
Thread crafts of Multān are considered the major crafts of the subcontinent and is popular because of its religious, political, cultural and aesthetic paradigms. Thread crafts have a rich ideological basis, color symbolism and express a diversity of techniques and forms. The genres which will be focused are Embroidery, Zardozi, Khussa ornamentation Parānda and Paṫūli products. These crafts developed in Multān with a distinct identity, which expresses the rich cultural heritage of the region. The methodology adopted for this study is posteriori because information based upon personal experiences is very important to collect. After critical analysis of the context and form of the artifacts the dissertation will draw parallels between thread crafts of Multān its geography, history and more specifically cultural identity of the people.
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