Talk: “Wedding Embroideries of Kutch”

September 11, 2016

The talk given at the Textile Museum, Washington D.C, in June 2016, titled

“Wedding Embroideries of Kutch”

has been put down in a readable blog format by R. John Howe on his blog here.

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