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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Return of Mogra

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…

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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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White Gold

December is here with its cold morning. Winter has not yet arrived like past years in Delhi, but I am looking forward to that¬†beautiful foggy morning ūüôā Soon, I am going for my long awaited vacation. Hence, excited ūüôā Today, I’m presenting the beautiful Ring cum Bracelets. These are made for a friend who liked…

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Phulkari & Bagh

Traditionally Punjab is consisted of three culturally and physically distinct zones – the hardworking but impoverished¬†Malwa¬†region, the comparatively rich and urban¬†Majha¬†region & the¬†Doaba¬†region inhabited largely by the occupational class The crafts of the region are more utilitarian than ornamental. Embroidery has for centuries been part of the education of every well brought up Punjabi girl.…

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Chamba Rumal

I have spent my childhood in Himachal Pradesh and I can very much relate to the beauty of this state. Chamba is a town situated on a mountain ledge overlooking the River Ravi. It was established in the 10th century when Raja Sahil Varman¬†relocated his capital from the neighbouring Bharmour region, now the homeland¬†of the…

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Bohra Caps

The month of Ramadan is going on. The Muslims all over the world are on fast. Few days back, I took an auto ride in my city. The driver was Muslim “Mr. Ebrahim Khan“. He was wearing a beautiful Bohra cap, that inspired me to write this post. The Bohra cap derives its name from…

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Vintage Possession

I started binding notebooks some years back while studying in the college. My grandfather used to have a printing press back in early 90s. Today, we get brand new¬†different types of notebook for our school and college days. But, during our parents time,¬†the situation was not the same. My Grandfather used to bind the notebooks…

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Yakshagana

Yakshagana, rich folk dance drama is an unsurpassed way of exhibiting the themes taken from the Epics, especially Mahabharata. It has been the vehicle of Arts, Culture and Didactic instruction in the rural areas. Yakshagana means a particular style of music, with characteristics of its own, distinct from the other two systems of Indian music,…

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