Love For The Handwoven ❤️

When you buy something made by a person, there is something special and you do feel it. The consciousness with which a thing is made is often more important than the things itself. Handmade things are so aesthetically pleasing and even the imperfections in them add charm. I never leave a chance to attend any... Continue Reading →

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A Visual Delight : Part 2

So here we are with the second part of this blogpost, continuing with the visual gratification. This post covers prime government buildings like the Legislative Assembly, Martyrs Memorial, Statue Circle, Secretariat etc. I have learnt a new word "Splendiferous" , which means a wonderful sight. This is the perfect post to use this word ;)... Continue Reading →

Jammu & Kashmir Craft Fair

Jammu & Kashmir is a shoppers paradise offering an array of ethnic arts and crafts. Be it Jammu, Kashmir or Ladakh - each region has an assortment of fascinating products for shopping. There are a plethora of things to choose from- pashmina and shatoosh shawls, walnut woodwork, handwoven carpets, saffron, almonds and paper mache articles.... Continue Reading →

Silk India : 2017

Saree is one such attire which can flatter any one irrespective of their body type, skin tone or any other physical attributes. We have already done a blogpost on our unconditional love for sarees, not just as a dress but as a part of family heirloom which is passed on through generations. If there is... Continue Reading →

A crafts market find #OOTD

Visiting craft bazaars , flea markets, exhibitions is such an enriching experience not just for shopping, but the immense knowledge  you get about various handlooms, handicrafts and a direct chance to interact with the artisans from different states of the country. Whenever I travel to any place, a visit to the local market is a... Continue Reading →

Apparel : Bohemian & Eccentric

Leheriya & Bandhani (The colourful Rajasthani artwork) Rajasthan is a place where craft meets fashion. The traditional fabrics of leheriya and bandhani which were used by local traders in the 19th and 20th centuries for their turbans have now evolved into a style trend. Leheriya is a traditional style of tie dye practiced in Rajasthan... Continue Reading →

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