A carpet of dried maple leaves and the sound of two pairs of tiny feet
From the plateaus of Madhya Pradesh, to the arid Thar Desert of Rajastha, to those
According to a myth of a tribe in north-eastern India, all human beings descend on
Over a century ago, when the world was bereft of any mechanical looms, the fabrics
As claimed by a local legend, a ‘Raffoogar’(darner) named Alibaba lived in the valley of
A haat bazaar in Sitamarhi district of Bihar is abuzz with villagers, children springing around
A bullock cart (Gadi) wheels through a village trail, carrying all the basic household commodities
Janakpur is the place from where Raja Janak ruled the whole Mithila kingdom centuries ago.
The lush earth , in an embrace with fabric, sprouts beautiful patterns. And the earth
It was midsummer of 1576 at Halidghati, Bhil warriors kept a close watch on Mughal army
Indian fabrics were one of the earliest forms of woven textiles and over centuries they
जब मैं था तब हरि नहीं, अब हरि हैं मैं नाहिं। प्रेम गली अति सॉंकरी, तामें दो न समाहिं।। These lines were written by Kabir, one of the greatest poets to grace
Gaatha brings to you, traditional handicrafts and the culture behind them, directly from the very home of the Indian artisan.