Square embroidered wall hangings hand-made in Rabari embroidery which is also used as table cloths or ceremonial clothes are locally known as ‘chakla’. ‘Chakla’ means a piece or item that has four angles.
The nomadic pastoralist community of Kutch Rabari’s started doing embroidery in their free time. Their major inspiration for motifs and designs was nature and their surroundings which symbolizes their wandering lives. Their embroidery has heavy embellishments which consist of shapes like square, triangle, diamond, and circle in various colors. It also has exclusive use of square shape and abstract pattern in white and orange thread mainly, mirrors and fabric, and cloth tassels at the corner that elevates its look.