Festivals

The Nine Pious days of Navratri – # Day 1

The posts of Navratri are moving on in full splendour. Three posts have gone past in devotion of three forms of Goddess Durga – Goddess Shailputri, Goddess Brahmacharini and Goddess Chandraghanta. We believe you have already shopped/ finalised the clothing and accessories for the first three days. Devotees on the fourth day of festivity worship… Continue reading The Nine Pious days of Navratri – # Day 1

Art & Craft of India

Rich and Exclusive Art & Craft of India

Social legacy is the foundation of any general public, which is defined through the Art and Craft made by the Artisans and Craftsmen of that time. India has a rich social legacy, which is appreciated by the individuals over the World. It's unbelievable how old practices and customs have proceeded for a very long time.… Continue reading Rich and Exclusive Art & Craft of India

Stoles

Kantha- The pride of West Bengal

Birbhum locale of West Bengal is the origin of Kantha embroidery. Even though Kantha was generally used to finish blankets and comforters, it is currently a well-known weaving for Kantha salwar kameez, Kantha sarees, Kantha dupattas and Kantha shirts.  Kantha sarees are undeniably weaved on cotton or silk. Unadulterated silk and Tussar silk are the supported assortments… Continue reading Kantha- The pride of West Bengal

Dupattas · Stoles

Ajrakh Blockprint : Highest Standard of Elegance with Vegetable Dyes

When the world is humming with “sustainability” and “environment-friendly” as the newest big trends of the future, for many centuries, innumerable crafts have existed in harmony with nature. A few things are reserved to such an extent that they don't glare out, yet so striking that one can't resist the opportunity to welcome the style… Continue reading Ajrakh Blockprint : Highest Standard of Elegance with Vegetable Dyes