The story as told by the boatman goes…. A Kashmiri Pandit, Naraindas had a shop that used to cater to the needs of the tourists.
All the craft articles made were for everyday use, for cooking and serving… Other commonly used articles were, Lota (pot), Tream (plate), Naer (water jug), Tash Near (portable handwash), dishes, bowls and laddles… and many more…”
While the whole world is going nuts creating and apparently solving complexities, there still are
Along the Dab sitting across on a warm and comforting silk carpet, an old man
Gazing into infinity… into the dark sky Twinkle one…two…three… Twinkle four…five… six…! Blink one…two…three… Blink
A house, she wanted to build, with every twig and stone the earth embraced, bonding
Kangra miniature painting Artist He sits cross-legged in the lap of hills. He has a
At 5:30 am in the morning, 15100 feet above the sea level he’s rushed, separating
He loved her. She right back at him. They lived in the hills amidst vast
The forest was denser… life expressing itself unhindered had covered the abandoned rock cut caves.
They call themselves the ‘triumphant (through) water buffalo’. They are the Minangkabaus. The tribe inhabits
Man, an eternal traveler has traversed landscapes… on foot, on his rides, on flights in
Gaatha brings to you, traditional handicrafts and the culture behind them, directly from the very home of the Indian artisan.