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  • THE BANANA SILK(Banana fiber)
    What is banana silk? is it made from a banana?Is it strong enough? How does banana fabric impact the environment?
  • BAMBOO/CANE WEAVING IN NORTH-EAST
    The seven sisters of India have always fascinated us for the unique richness it holds for each state. Let us have a glimpse of their contribution of bamboo products in the Indian market.
  • TRADITIONAL HAIR JEWELRY AND HEAD GEARS FOR INDIAN BRIDES
    Want to look perfect on your wedding? A great hairdo can do wonders on you. Nothing can add charm like a nice hair accessory-be it traditional or contemporary or a bit of both! Let me help you to find the right headgear for your big day.
  • THE STORY OF SILK ROUTE
    Silk Road has always been there in all our history classes but, do we know what it is? Check out for the story of Silk Route and get in the groove.
  • THE STORY OF KASHMIR KARKHANA’S
    Kashmiri’s were famous throughout the world because of the wonderful nature as well as the outstanding handicraft sector. Carpet, shawls, wood carving, namdha are the major crafts of the handicraft sector in the Kashmir valley. So let’s know about the Kashmir hand-knotted carpets.
  • INDIAN EMBROIDERY
    Top five Indian embroideries you would love to know about.
  • Indian traditional painted, printed & dyed textiles
    Have you read about the diversity in Indian printed and painted textiles? The local villages of Gujarat, Rajasthan, MP have got anecdotes to share. Let’s listen to them!
  • LEATHER MANUFACTURING PROCESS
    Leather is a prominent industry in India and has a large demand in fashion, footwear, furniture, interior, and automotive industry.
  • The new Indian wedding Lehenga
    Lehenga became popular in India after the Mughal period. Women mainly wore three-piece garments during the Mughal period which represented their Persian heritage as pajama, patka, peshwaj in the 10th century.
  • THE STORY OF SILK
    According to Chinese legend, silk was discovered in 2640 BC by the third wife of the third emperor of China.
  • CITY OF THE PEARL
    A natural pearl born from the shell of the oyster it’s a type of mollusk and the protective layer that covers the mollusk organs. Cultured pearl also made in this same way.
  • THE JADAU JEWELERY
    Brought by the Mughals, it is a beautiful artistic piece made on an enameled gold frame with embedded gemstones and Minakari work.

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WHAT IS THE PILE OF STUFF?

There are various things that inspire me and are a part of my day to day activities. Always wanted to start writing about them and finally started. 

It’s about everything that I resonate with. It’s the books I read, the food I eat, a little bit of Ayurveda, my favorite home decor, my paintings, my travels memories and this list can go on forever. It’s also about the things I do for my mental and physical health. Few of these I practice and few I am trying to slowly include in my life. 

To sum it up, this blog is about everything I love….. things, practices, beliefs and the wonderful people I meet in life  ❤

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