||MATERIALS: Cotton cloth, cotton threads, mirrors, tassels.
CONSTRUCTION: Hand stitched., quilted embroidered, chain detached chain herringbone,cretan, double button hole, back running stitches.
MOTIFS: Makodiyun,popti, ghodighoto, limbudi tak, kothaliya na gul, butti, baparia, mor, vinjhano and makhli.
COLOURS : Multicoloured on red and white.
STYLE REMARKS: Compare to the larger kothalo The background colours and layout are the same, but there is just a lower border and the field typically is filled with small figural motifs; same, but there is just a lower border and the field typically is filled with small figural motifs; same for all three subgroups until the mid 1970's. Kothali no gol is specfic to Kothalo and Kothali bags.
CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE: Used to carry smaller dowry items. Several sizes are used for specfic functions.
CULTURAL REMARKS: Each size of bag had a specific function and a specific conventional pattern of decoration.
Kothali, Dowry sack.
||Bhujodi, Ta. Bhuj, Kutch, Gujarat.
||Embroidery : Rabari