Square embroidered wall hangings hand made in Banjara embroidery which is also used as table cloths or ceremonial cloths is locally known as ‘Chakla’. ‘Chakla’ means a piece or item that has four angles which are addressed as ‘Darani’ in the Banjara community.
Banjaras or the nomadic tribes have a distinctive embroidery style that is influenced by many cultures and localities. The embroidery and motifs are highly influenced by nature and their surroundings. The clothes are embroidered with elaborate beadwork, mirror work, shells, ivory beads, and colorful threads. Here it has yellow, orange, white, green, magenta, blue colour threads geometric embroidery at the center in small 16 boxes. At the edges, it has applique work in blue, red, and white.