Suzani Fabric comes from the Persian word for "needle," and the word refers to embroidered hangings or fabric coverings, generally a meter and a half wide (4-5') but sometimes much more. The birthplace of suzani embroidery is in what is now Uzbekistan, the area along the Silk Roads that interconnected the cultures of Europe, Turkey and China with the Muslim world. Islam came to this area in the eighth century, and over time splendid cities arose there: among them Bukhara, Samarkand, Shakhrisabz and Khiva. You can see suzani fabric as a decorative pillows, wall hangings or bed cover.The word ikat means to bind. It is a very ancient way of creating designs in fabric by resist-dyeing the threads before the ikat is woven.In Uzbekistan, villagers especially in Ferghana Valley take the weft (crosswise filling threads) and tie tiny bits of plastic onto the threads. The tightly tied areas of thread, when put into the dye pot, resist the color and create a pattern, once the plastic ties are removed.Traditional Uzbek ikat cottons are often dyed in lively and engaging motifs representing the village life and beliefs of the people.Ikats are often symbols of status, wealth, power and prestige. Modern Uzbek adras ikats in cotton and silk are brightly colored with good imported natural dyes. The ikat fabric mainly used for decorative pillows.Indian Silver jewelry is unique in its design and workmanship. In all kinds of traditional dance forms, jewellery has been a significant part. Be it Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi or Kathak, all have given importance to indian jewelry in presenting the artist. The sheer number of items forming the jewelry of an Indian woman is numerous, ranging from earrings, necklaces and silver bracelets to pieces for adorning the hair, hip, feet, and feet. Jewelry made with emeralds, diamonds, pearls, rubies, sapphires and other precious and semi-precious stones have been in practice for long.