Summer is Here!

Year 2015, has already brought some interesting work collaborations for me. I am not an artist, who works for monetary benefits. Pleasure of making a product with hands and sharing out with you people is my inspiration behind being an Artisan. I am currently, working on new collection under #Year2015. There will be soon a…

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Coin Choker

2015 is already looking great with some interesting work and travels. New Jewellery and Other Products are coming Online very soon. Today, sharing with you the Choker Necklace. The necklace is made with Brass Coins in a Brass Chain. Small earrings with a coin gives the complete traditional look. Material used is rust-free and non-allergic.…

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Jami Masjid

I got to visit Ahmedabad in April this year. I had a list of places to visit in the old city. Fortunately, I got to stay with an influential Gujarati family who took me all around the city. The first and foremost thing you should do is to register yourself for Heritage Walk Morning heritage…

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Weaving

Weaving is a method of fabric production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth.  On my trip to Ahmadabad last month, I visited Sabarmati Ashram where I got to see how to make thread out of cotton through a Charkha. When the magistrate asked Gandhi ji on…

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Wood Carving in Ahmedabad

Morning Heritage Walk in Ahmedabad begins from Swaminarayan temple and cover the internal lanes and Pols of the old city. I bring to you some pictures of the beautiful carving from the old city of Ahmedabad. The Ancestral occupation of the Hindu Suthar community, the craft of wood carving is practiced in the districts of…

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Calico Museum of Textiles

Ahmedabad, the city once known as the “Manchester of the East”, due to its textile industry. I visited the city this month and had few selected must to go places. Calico Museum of Textiles was on the top of that list. It was initially a disappointment to know that you should have a prior booking for…

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‘Patang’

Uttarayan (The International Kite Festival) is regarded as one of the biggest festivals celebrated in Gujarat. The name Uttarayan comes from joining two different Sanskrit words “Uttar” (North) and “ayan” (movement towards).  Uttarayan, or Makar Sankranti is the day when the sun starts to travel towards north as a sign of coming summer. On January 14 every year,…

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