Paper-thin Kagzi Pottery from Ramgarh

Alwar is know the world over for Kagzi pottery. Kagzi translates into paper thin and this pottery, that is now famous the world over is extremely lightweight and thin, although quite sturdy. One of its torchbearers is Om Prakash Galav, a fifth generation potter who has been celebrated and awarded for his contribution to terracotta craft.

Sanjhi in your home

What is Sanjhi? Origins The Sanjhi art form has been in existence for centuries and…

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Modharam Meghwal, National Awardee

Sitting on a charpai is his towering personality with a huge vibrant saafa and big…

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Chikankari – by Tanzeb

One of the greatest embroideries to have ‘walked’ this planet has to be Chikankari, which…

TanaBana – Ramji Vankar

‘ ‘Jhini jhini bini chadariya,Kaahe ka tana, kaahe ki bharani,Kaun taar se bini chadariya?‘ –…

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Indian Yards – Sustainable Economic independence

Empowering women creates a positive impact on families is a fact well known and, practicing…

The India Quilt Festival

 “Every quilt tells a story. You write it with your needle and you read it…

The lesser known Quilting Traditions from India


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Rewind back a couple of decades to life in Northern India and you would find…

Channapatna, can it be saved?

Channapatna craft has been around since the 18th century. While it has had some glorious…

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Aatmashakti: A journey of self discovery through Kolams with Hema Kannan

How often do you feel intrigued, inspired and joyous after a conversation with a person…