Posts Tagged "Textile"

Homegrown….

Homegrown….

Among the north eastern forests of Madhya Pradesh, lies Bandhavgarh National Park, home to fierce tigers and leopards. Where tiger footprints…
Sewing Montages

Sewing Montages

A few kilometres from Bhubaneshwar, the capital of Orissa, is a village where all houses and shops along the roads have one…
Woven Pixels

Woven Pixels

A precious piece of heirloom, passed down through generations and preserved to be brought out only for the most important…
Leaving Impressions

Leaving Impressions

Like the patter of raindrops on the window, like the beat of gentle drums, a rhythmic, repetitive pattern spreading across…
Woolen weaves of the hills

Woolen weaves of the hills

Large fields, small hills, going uphill in the summer and coming downhill in the winter, amidst the beautiful mountains… this…
The Khes of Punjab

The Khes of Punjab

For generations, women residing in the villages of Punjab, India have woven the khes as a part of the trousseau that they…
Patan na Patola

Patan na Patola

Patola is an exquisite and wonderfully intricate silk textile of India, believed to have originated in the 7th Century AD. Patola silk…
Ajrak

Ajrak

When the world is buzzing with “sustainability” and “environment-friendly” as the newest big trends of the future, for many centuries,…
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