The decorative art of these tribes, scattered from North West Pakistan and Afghanistan to all the way to Central Asia, rely on hours of time consuming hard work. This effort extend to thread, hand weaving cloth, dyed with natural dyes, cutting, seasoning and carving of local timber. The results as earlier explained are charming, spontaneous. Exact measurements and straight lines are spurned and symmetry of carving is rarely encountered.

In a harsh and unfriendly environment tents and dwellings were brightened with gaily decorated embroidered curtains, bags, cushions, chests and other wooden work developed rich warm hues from years of exposure to cooking smoke.
These art works painstakingly executed sometimes over many months add a warm friendly touch to any home they grace.