Woman's festival veil (odhani), 19th-20th century

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The Khatris, a Muslim community traditionally associated with dyeing, were generally considered to be the finest dyers in Kutch. It was their responsibility to know how to reproduce all the designs of neighboring groups. This striking white-centered design they reserved for their own use.

Woman's festival veil (odhani)
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