Raga Svara is located in region which has rich cultural and artistic heritage, one of them is Kutchi Embroidery. There are many Sindh-Kutch regional styles of suf, khaarek, and paako, and the ethnic styles of Rabari, Garasia Jat, and Mutava. The image shows Rabari embroidery. Rabari embroidery is unique to the nomadic Rabaris. Essential to Rabari embroidery is the use of mirrors in a variety of shapes. Rabaris outline patterns in chain stitch, then decorate them with a regular sequence of mirrors and accent stitches, in a regular sequence of colours. They also use decorative back stitching, called bakhiya, to decorate the seams of women’s blouses and men’s kediya/jackets. The style, like Rabaris, is ever evolving, and in abstract motifs Rabari women depict their changing world.