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The Story of Fabrics
The bandhani or bandhna is the greatest masterpiece of the Indian dyer’s art. It is both a complicated and sophisticated method of resist-dyeing. Bandhani goes beyond being an art, and it is in every sense a labour of love involving tremendous patience, skill and aesthetics.
Motifs and patterns have significant connotations in mythology and folklore. They play two roles: they intrigue and entice our eyes, they ratiocinate the symbolic significance. Saree patterns are a quintessence representation of the ethos of our country and people. Many dramatic changes have transpired in the making and weaving of sarees, but the t
A 15th-century Kashmiri craft of weaving woollen fabric, Pashmina translates to 'gold wool' in Persian and is practised by the highly skilled craftspeople of this region using time-honoured techniques. This rare and revered fabric has a magical allure and regal demeanour making it highly sought after across the globe. Not just in the present day, b
Banaras, Varanasi and Kashi are the many names given to the spiritual capital of India, which also happens to be the abode for the most exquisite weaving cluster of the country. From the Vedic period to the Mughal era to the current episode in time, this land has been a temple for artisans and craftsmen who have perfected the art of brocade weaving
An ancient block printing technique from Gujarat's Kutch region, Ajrakh, dates back to a whopping 4,500 years and is seen in excavations of textile fragments from the Indus valley civilization where cotton and indigo were used a lot. Derived from the Arabic word 'Azrak' meaning blue, this double-sided block printed textile requires an abundance of
Keeping the core of our culture intact for centuries, India's indigenous handicrafts and artefacts are a living legacy and a testimony to the perseverance and passion of our artisans. Spanning the length and breadth of our country, each region has a unique craft that is proudly proclaimed as its heritage. While the most prominent purpose of these h
An icon of India's rich and diverse heritage, the art and craft repository is valued immensely across the globe for its uniqueness, intricacy, detailing and myriad narratives. Crafted by skilled artisans, these handicrafts require an abundance of precision, eye for detail, creativity and dexterity. By avoiding the use of machinery and equipment, it
Reminiscent of a bygone era, the namesake draping style and weave of Madisar has ceremonial origins with a penchant for tradition and culture. Clothing and customs have always gone hand-in-hand since time immemorial and unfolding its narratives is an enchanting experience. The 9-yard saree of the Tamil Brahmin community fondly called the Madisar or