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The Kullu Shawl and weaving traditions along ‘The Wool Road’

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Many years ago, along a winded dusty road, there were two small villages in the…

Love for Handmade & Hand-finished

Hand-stitched clothes and knitted garments were the norm for us when we were growing up.…

Basket Weaving – The ‘Moonj’ way

Basketry is as old a craft as perhaps pottery, practised by communities across the world…

Style for this Monsoon

Respite from the heat, the freshly washed lushness of the surroundings,  the earthy scent that…

Storytelling magic with The Kahani Project and Tara Books

Storytelling has been a part of Indians for hundreds of years. Styles differ based on…

Mukaish, Kamdani or Badla – traditional embellishment techniques

Indian traditional apparel and costumes, specially the ones made for festive occasions tend to be…

A Rakhi for you, with love

Lots of stories exist for how Rakhi, as a festival came into being but the…

DIY kits from up-cycled pine, and Up-cycled furniture with a new face

Re-use, Re-cycle, whatever you want to call the process, the idea is pretty much the…

ayush kejriwal, saree, indian, traditional
The Ayush Kejriwal saree – striking, sassy and ever so stunning

“A few years ago I came across a phrase – ‘To do a common thing…

Furniture – Handmade, Indian and Quirky

What does furniture mean to you? For me, it is nothing but a ‘movable item’…