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Ganesha – The God Of New Beginnings

The God of New Beginnings, Lord Ganesha is revered by all, across the length and breadth of our country and few places abroad as well. The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi celebrates the birth of Ganesha. The day is marked with the installation of Ganesha clay ideas at homes or in elaborate pandals. With prayers and… Continue reading Ganesha – The God Of New Beginnings

Art & Craft of India · Featured · Sarees · The Drape Department · Tutorials and How-to

How to drape a Parsi Gara

Parsi Gara is a family heirloom, passed down from generations to generations. It is the pride of every Parsi lady as being handed one marks a beginning of a special phase of the lady's life. Handwoven with beautiful intricate embroidery, this saree is beloved by everyone. What makes it stand out is not only the… Continue reading How to drape a Parsi Gara

Art & Craft of India · Indian Ethnic Wear

5 reasons why the Assamese Mekhla Chaddar is as beautiful as the state itself!

Mekhala Chador ( or Mekhala Chaddar, Mekhla Sadowr ) is a traditional Assamese drape comprising of a cylindrical bottom skirt along with a top drape. Sounds complex? Don't worry, it is one of the easiest drapes to wear. It comes in a wide variety of colors and is extremely appealing to the eye. If that's… Continue reading 5 reasons why the Assamese Mekhla Chaddar is as beautiful as the state itself!

The Drape Department · Tutorials and How-to

Here’s how to drape a saree for you noobs!

Hey guys! Welcome back to the blog. We all have our mom's saree that we absolutely adore. If only you knew how to wear them, right? I remember being absolutely lost with the 6 yard fabric, not knowing what goes where, so I understand your struggles perfectly. Which is why this tutorial blog today. Today's… Continue reading Here’s how to drape a saree for you noobs!