Banjaras originally belong to Rajasthan and were Rajputs who migrated to southern parts of India. They settled down in the southern or central area of the country and slowly loosened contacts with Rajasthan, and their original community. Over a period of time both the communities separated and they adopted the local culture. This art is from the same hundreds of years old culture of the Banjaras. This is all hand work, each and every stitch defines the cultural history of these nomadic people.