Baluchestan is the province of Pakistan and its people are Muslims; people speak baluchi and it is the part of Iranian language, in bolchi culture there are many different colors. One of the famous Baluchi cultural festivals held at “Lok Virsa” in which many people from the remote areas of Baluchestan are participated to show their creativity of craftsmanship. These crafts include leather embroidery shoes, Baluchi embroidery clothes, mirror work, Qubtomar stitch, carpet weaving, Kalat embroidery, and caps with traditional motifs, Galabatoon pokhtak and marble mosaic. In the term of area Balochestan is the largest province. No one can go with the rich traditional embroidery culture produced by the Baluchi women. The festival at Lok Virsa is held annually.
The Balochi and the Brahvi embroidery style are very famous because of its complex designs. The Bugti and the Marri people use cotton thread on cotton fabric and are very famous for their embroidery. Good stitches and the bold colors are the best features of the Baluchi embroidery and are very famous all over the world. There is more than 28 stitches use in the Baluchi embroidery and mirror work is the important part of the Baluchi embroidery. A triangular embroidered pouch on women’s shirt in the front side is the typical dress of the Baluchi, Makrani and Brahvi dresses. The difference in the embroidery on the Pushk is the differentiation symbol of the different tribes.
The best one form of the embroidery is the “Kechi Doch” and the other are “Hurmuch”, “Mosum”, “Pushk”, “Jigs”, “Pushk” are the most famous and the brilliant embroidery designs. Cotton cloth with silk thread is used now a day. There are beautiful bed sheets, tea cozies, dinning sets, cushion covers, dopattas, shawals, caps, tray covers, lady pouches, sari patti, and many other decoration items are with the famous Baluchi embroidery. Pushk is a long loose shirt touching the ankle with loose sleeves and on the lower front half have pockets is a traditional dress of the Baluchi women.