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From the House of Rainbow – Colour Love #2 – RED

We are back with the feature featuring your favourite colour. We’ve already had pink talk about its supple beauty. To all of you whose wardrobe we see dominated with red, here’s telling you how much you love the youth in you. Youth, mind you, is not a time of life. It is state of mind;… Continue reading From the House of Rainbow – Colour Love #2 – RED

Art & Craft of India · Featured · Miscellaneous

From the House of Rainbow – Colour Love #1 – Pink

There is a reason why we don’t see the world in black and white. It is because nature always wears the COLOURS of the spirit. Colours are the smiles of nature and like feature; they follow the changes of the emotions. Aren’t we all in love with colours; after all we want vibrance, liveliness, sprightliness,… Continue reading From the House of Rainbow – Colour Love #1 – Pink

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The southern splendour of Kanjeevaram

Southern beauty to drool over! Hey, we are not talking of South Indian actresses! Agreed they are beautiful, but right now we are drooling over the beauty of Kanjeevaram silk – the undisputed crowning glory of the world of sarees. Brought a smile on your face? Well, quite possible then, that like us (like all… Continue reading The southern splendour of Kanjeevaram

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The intricacy and delicacy of Chikankari

Lucknow is known for many things besides its ‘tehzeeb’ (etiquette). Its history, politics, food, clothes, music, culture, language – the list goes on. If you ask us, the Nawabon ka seher is most famous for ‘chicken’. Choose whether to eat it or wear it, we are sure you will love either!! Jokes apart, Chikan work… Continue reading The intricacy and delicacy of Chikankari

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Shikargah sarees and dupattas – a rarity of its own!

When it comes to weaving or art work of fabrics, Banaras is one name to reckon with. Rich and ancient in cultural diversity, the place houses craftsmen who have been adept in their work since generations. You won’t find a wedding trousseau in India without a Banarasi work saree; such is the glamour and brand… Continue reading Shikargah sarees and dupattas – a rarity of its own!

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Enchanting Laces to up your saree look

Sarees have an inherent poise which makes us stare in admiration at them, no matter how many times we have a look at our collection. Having said that, we also feel that some designs have an expiry date too! There are of course plenty that are just timeless prices and in some cases heirlooms too.… Continue reading Enchanting Laces to up your saree look