Ode to the Morning – Revisited

Ode to the Morning is one of the most loved design from my jewelry catalog. It’s been 5 years and I am bringing to you today, a brand new version of ‘Ode to the Morning’. You will get complimentary earrings with each of these necklaces! This time, I have few bracelets also! Although, each piece…

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Mandana on Khadi

As mentioned in my previous post, presenting today, a small collection of wall hangings/art frames for your beautiful house. Each design is hand-painted by Mural Artist ‘Rakesh K Memrot’ on 80’s count Khadi by Khadi, handspun and handwoven by the Artisan in West Bengal near Mayapuri. To know him and his work, check this article…

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Summer bloom

Temperature has suddenly changed in Delhi. Hot sunny days are not too far it seems. Most of you must have already started your shopping to update your wardrobe as per the current trend/fashion.But one thing, that is almost always in trend is a Stole. Today, I am here presenting to you my latest collection of…

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Shades of Green

Winter in Delhi used to be mesmerizing. Unfortunately, from last few years, the beautiful city is covered with thick smog and haze because of the Over – Urbanization. Let’s hope, we will have good green days in coming future soon. ‘Crows on a lamp-post cawing with unknown sadness, bidding farewell to the setting Sun. A…

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Calendar 2019

That time of the year when you already start planning for the upcoming new year, followed by the months of festive season. Presenting you today, the next year Calendar with the hand-drawn patterns. Each of them are drawn with blue liquid ink pen. These are available on Sale now on my ETSY shop. You can…

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Sending Out Surprise

As an individual, People I come across are my biggest inspiration. I feel fortunate enough to have them around. Last month, I dedicated my new collection to all these people. I ended up the first lot with 18 new designs. This was my small gesture, just to thank them to be the part of my…

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Ganjifa Cards

Ganjifa tradition of Sawantwadi is almost three hundred years old. However, the technique of executing round playing cards did not originate from Sawantwadi. Scholars believe that the game of large size circular playing cards was first invented by the Malla Kings of Bishnupur (Bengal) in the 8th Century AD. Jaipur, Orissa and Cuddappa in the…

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