Jalakdozi, also known as Aari or Hook Embroidery, is a traditional craft of Kashmir that involves intricate needlework on fabric. It is characterized by its fine floral and paisley patterns, often stitched using a hook-tipped needle called aari. The embroidery is typically done on fabrics like wool, silk, and cotton. Wicker refers to weaving flexible plant materials such as willow, cane, or rattan to create various products. Wicker craft is valued for its durability, rustic charm, and versatility, and it has been practiced for centuries.