“What can you do with a rice grain? You can feed it to the crow,
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.
As claimed by a local legend, a ‘Raffoogar’(darner) named Alibaba lived in the valley of
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
A point of interest is the extreme simplicity of the craftsman’s tools and methods. The painter’s brushes,
Deeply intertwined with the day-to-day lives of the natives, the craft of weaving wicker into
Gaatha brings to you, traditional handicrafts and the culture behind them, directly from the very home of the Indian artisan.