|Type:||For Ceremony and Ritual|
|Object Name:||Wedding Shawl|
|Place Made:||Asia: South Asia, India, Northern India, Rajasthan, Bikaner|
|Date:||1800 - 1900|
|Dimensions:||L 250 cm x W 127 cm|
|Techniques:||Plain woven; embroidered; hand-sewn|
|Credit:||Gift of Aris Slesers|
Tiny cross-stitches on red-brown cotton identify this as the embroidery of the Jats. The centre field is composed of a series of geometric grids that suggest aerial views of a village or a cosmic diagram.