- The craft is locally known as kar-e-kalamkari, pen case work, after its traditional persian name. The two major processes involved in the craft are sakthsazi (mould making) and naqquashi (painting). The motifs are derived from the profusion of local flora; some of the frequently used images are bumtchuthposh (apple blossoms), dainposh (pomegranate), kongposh (saffron flowers) and yambarzal (narcissus).
- GI Tag No.181
- Cleaning Care- Wipe with dry cotton cloth