It is a six inch round everyday breakfast bread. A small ball of dough is spread across a stone platform with the palm dipped in milk. Texturing it with the impression of the fingers, the naan-wai pulls the stretchy dough off the stone and slaps it on the warm oven wall gently. It come out with golden on the upper side and white on the lower and is usually had with butter or jam along with nun-chai.
Before one starts to weave a Kani shawl the design or the pattern has to be made. It is given to a Naaqash to draw a pattern..
Dancing on a toe it could either be a crane or this mad man… both
A house, she wanted to build, with every twig and stone the earth embraced, bonding
A carpet of dried maple leaves and the sound of two pairs of tiny feet
Gaatha brings to you, traditional handicrafts and the culture behind them, directly from the very home of the Indian artisan.