Zardozi has always been a possession for elite. It was used to decorate the garments, furnishing and accessories of the royals. These days Zardozi has found way into various bridal dresses, men coats and other fashion accessories. It is also used to embellish products i.e. purses, belts, handbags, brooches, cushion covers, curtains, wall hangings table covers, boxes etc. Now-a-days Zardozi is even done on printed fabrics as to enhance the outlines and certain areas.
Since the craft has Mughal origin; the motifs are also inspired from the same culture. The designs comprised of floral patterns, paisley, geometrical patterns, jaalis etc. With the change in time many new designs have been added according to need and demands of the customers/ market. But still traditional motifs are preferred largely on expensive products. Other major product made is banners with religious saying embroidered on it. These are done on velvet or shaneel cloth. The aayate are embroidered, framed and placed in mosque or homes.