graphical representation of a women hugging herself while looking at herself in a round mirror. Image Credit- Freepik.com

Body Shape- Holding A Mirror To Self

Reality versus what Indian women think about their body shape and sizes. And is there any real truth in it, should it be paid some heed?
Poster of an Indian Handloom weaver while weaving alonwith a thank you note and a photograph go Actor Om Puri and Dastkar Logo

A Thank You Note to Om Puri Foundation

To cut it down to fewer words, we could've never imagined that the help will come to our weavers
Staircase made out of stone going upwards towards lush green trees. A photograph from Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu

It's Okay

Remember, you are not alone in this. Know that even the most confident of the people are just as unsure as you are.
A collage of images of Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, Map of Faridabad City, a photograph of cast of Bawarchi and an old black and white image of World Craft Council's Tokyo Conference Hall.

What's common between Bawarchi movie, Faridabad and World Crafts Council?

Isn't it amazing that so much was achieved in one life by a woman in the times when there was no concept of equal rights.
Chikoo also known as Sapota a fruit held in hand with a lot of greenery around

Garage Find

Why always share something related to crafts or from our own line of business? Let's move away a bit from that, today, we are sharing a short story written by Vinayak around 2008, a story about a "Garage Find".
Giloy, Amruth Stem Sprouting new Leaves

Covid-19 Update

With the Covid-19 pandemic on rise, we have decided to halt our operations at our studio, this may sound grim but...
Bulbul Tewari Ji lovingly called Naani by friends and family.

A Hundred Year Old Khadi Fabric

After an amazing lunch while we were sitting around the heater for warmth in their naturally lit living room on that cold wintry Delhi noon, the stories about crafts started flowing. That is when Naani ji shared the story about this piece of fabric that she got from her grandmother!
Square portrait of Agnes Martin (Source: e-Flux Conversations)

Agnes Martin- The Pioneer of Minimalist Art Movement

Until you clear your identity you will be tied to the repetition of this life. -Agnes Martin