Walnut Wood Carving

I travel to different places in search of their local craft. I was fortunate to witness the exquisite handmade carpets in making, and then one of the oldest manufacturers of Walnut Wood furniture and other products. Walnut wood carving is an ornamental craft process that is virtually unique to Kashmir due to the concentration of... Continue Reading →

Escape to Hamta

It's been really long, that I couldn't write on my blog page. A lot of things are going on and 2017 has brought big challenges along with it. But, I'm hoping to bring you some exciting posts from next month onwards. We all should take a break from our daily schedule in the urban cities.... Continue Reading →

2016 is ready to go in just few days and it was a pretty exciting year for me 🙂 I love handmade, be it jewelry ; illustrations ; bags or anything else. During this year, I came across some brilliant artists and handmade lovers. These people inspired me in many ways. Today, I have a... Continue Reading →

Jasleen Dhamija doesn't need any introduction in the world of textiles and craft. I came to know about her upcoming auction from our very own Sunny Narang, who himself is an inspiration for anyone who is willing to learn and absorb. He knows her for more than 25 years and here's what he has to... Continue Reading →

Year 2016 is passing by on fast forward mode. I'm occupied in multiple projects at this time and I apologize for the gap of 3 months in writing a new post. I had been travelling, exploring new crafts and nature. In August, I got the chance to travel down to Coorg (Karnataka). It was the... Continue Reading →

It's pretty hot in the city and I am back with our favorite 'Mogra' to compliment this weather. This time with more colors and variations. I have some pair of earrings also for you. When I was thinking about shooting this collection, I wanted someone to wear them. And, from there the idea of shooting... Continue Reading →

March has begun and so as the summer. Holi is a spring festival, also known as the festival of colors or the festival of sharing love. In the Braj region of India, where the Hindu deity Krishna grew up, the festival is celebrated for 16 days in commemoration of the divine love of Radha for Krishna.... Continue Reading →

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