The crimson sun sets over the sleepy town, bowing in a reddish orange hue over
The floor is surfaced with sharp wood splinters and sawdust. Unlike other work-sheds, afternoons here
“What can you do with a rice grain? You can feed it to the crow,
What do you call a sleepy village in Assam, where the entire population weaves magic
In early 16th century when Vaishnav cult was flourishing, a group of weavers from Bengal
A camp in a desert or a hunting expedition in the middle of a forest
Mankind has always been inspired by images as visual references. Since the time we lived
While superstitions surrounding our lives might be a big turn off for the present generation,
Batik prints were an essential part of the daily ensemble of the native communities, the artisans made ‘Odhna’ for women with Fulkiya print, Bairaj print, Singh Champa print and Chonia print.
“If an image has to be made, it must be made of wax first” Vishnusamhita,
“Older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend—and looks twice as old as
Himalaya Spinning weaving knitting On a winter afternoon in the Himalayas, whether it is the
Gaatha brings to you, traditional handicrafts and the culture behind them, directly from the very home of the Indian artisan.