Indian weaves have been around since time immemorial. They are varied, vibrant, and colourful–each born in a specific context, each with a story to tell.
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It sometimes amazes me, how being born in a district with three prominent weaving clusters of Bengal, I did not visit any of them until February, 2018. Hooghly district of West Bengal is home to..
It was already 7:30 pm and we were clueless about Platform No.15 of the Kempegowda Terminal 1 bus stand. One security guard pointed to an overbridge while another asked us to march straight. Shu..
Growing up in Bengal, I have always seen the women in my life drape cotton sarees - the ‘Chappa’ (block print) sarees, ‘Suti’ (soft mul cotton) sarees and the popular Bengal Tant. My nat..
I could not have been more excited about the trip to the Rann of Kutch! There was, definitely, the excitement of seeing the white Rann, but I must admit that my secret plan of stealing some time..
I still recall the month of September, as a child, a visitor with a treasure trove of sarees wrapped up in a fabric, came knocking at the door. As he was welcomed, h..
‘Kantha’. The word takes me back to my childhood, when the complexities of life had not arrived and altered the innocence of a little, small town girl. In those days, winter afternoons were ..
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