Colors of Joy

Is it me or some of you also think that 2017 is one of the fastest year. I'm writing today after months, and for all the people who think that I'm no longer making jewelry or notebooks / going out for my short and long expeditions / meeting inspirational people everyday.. This post is for... 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 →

Block Printing

In 12th century, several centers in the south, on the western and eastern coasts of India became renowned for their excellent printed cotton. On the southeastern coast the brush or kalam (pen) was used, and the resist applied by the same method. In the medieval age, printing and dyeing of cottons was specially developed in... Continue Reading →

Mogra

What comes first to your mind,when you read/hear 'Mogra' ? - The soft white flower with a mesmerizing fragrance. For a moment, just imagine Mogra in different colors. The string of colorful Mogra around your neck enhancing your beauty. Here's my collection of 5 necklace to give you the same feeling. The colorful string of Ghungroo... Continue Reading →

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