Come and Join us for a delightful evening @Christmas Carnival and surprise yourself with a Christmas gift by Roots Tale. This time there's more to the collection. Come and shop an exclusive range of fine handicrafts, souvenir items and lots more on 20 December 2018 between 3pm-7pm
The Imperial, New Delhi
Venue: 1911 Lawns, The Imperial, 1 Janpath, New Delhi
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The Colour Block Series, available in three colour schemes: Blue, Grey and Green
Handwoven Organic Cotton, dyed in vegetable dyes made by 7th generation craftsmen from India
Collection and Website launching soon!
#NitaAmbani visits #SwadeshBazaar - supporting 108 traditional #IndianCrafts#Udaipur , 9 December 2018: In one of the key highlights of the pre-wedding functions of her daughter Isha Ambani’s wedding with Anand Piramal, Ms. Nita Ambani, who is also Chairperson of Reliance Foundation and Isha Ambani today visited Swadesh Bazaar, a curated showcase of 108 traditional Indian crafts and art forms, that were on display for the national and international guests attending the pre-wedding functions.
Swadesh Bazaar is an unique concept initiated by Reliance Foundation to encourage the craftsmanship of traditional Indian artisans, especially for a lot of indigenous crafts that need conservation and revival. Reliance Foundation has been supporting these arts and crafts over the years and aims to broaden and deepen its support to the goals of Swadesh Bazaar on a bigger and more sustainable scale in the future.
Presenting their art were master craftsmen and craftswomen themselves, who are keeping these traditional crafts alive. The whole exhibit created an interesting experience as also an immersion into the India’s cultural heritage for the national and international guests, comprising of connoisseurs and several influential leaders from the world of business, arts and different walks of life.
Artisan families, master craftsmen and craftswomen showcased their indigenous technique and products of weaving like Jamdani from West Bengal; Patola from Gujarat; Pashmina Kani from Kashmir; Kota Weaving, Chanderi weaving and Maheshwari from Madhya Pradesh; Mekhla Chador of Assam among several others.
Showcasing some very intricate hand embroidery artists of Kantha from West Bengal; Chamba Rumal from Himachal Pradesh; Sujuni embroidery from Bihar; Gara Embroidery of the Parsi community; Crochet;Kashidakari from Kashmir; Embroideries of Kuchch; Phulkari from Punjab and Gota Patti from Rajasthan.
From the world renowned Kanjeevaram, Chkankari, Bandhej and Leheriya; there were exhibits of the popularity-gaining printed fabrics of Bagru Dabu, Bagh, Kalamkari and Ajrak.
These beautiful Dogri Jhumkis are found in very few,small and remote shops inside the bustling Akhnoor market.
The rumor has it that these silver jewellery pieces are smuggled from Pakistan and are so exclusive and intricate that you don’t even find them in Jammu which is just 28 km from here.
Mine are a gift from family friends who brought these as a souvenir from Akhnoor where I spent two years as kid during my father’s tenure in the valley.
These are from Anand Jewellers.
Locally made honey for sale by Madhuri Baxi in Thorley. Great little healthy xmas stocking filler. Available at my studio CHARLEE QUIRKY ART .follow sign at 64 Birchanger Lane Birchanger Herts CN23 5QA. Open today and tomorrow and nxt weekend for xmas fair.FREE SANTA PRESENTS FOR YOUR DOG IF HE COMES .💕#rawhoney#indiancrafts#originalpaintingsforsale