Celebrating the Six Yard Wonder: The Sari School Workshop with Rta Kapur Chishti

As Delhi took to the streets on the last weekend before Diwali, we made our way to what promised to be an exciting afternoon. While the festival of lights was slowly shining through… Continue reading

De-Clutter Your Home, Free Your Mind

Haven’t we all heard the adage, “Clear your room to clear your head”? The belief is that cluttered surroundings begin to affect your mind, impacting your ability to think clearly. There is certainly… Continue reading

Sartorially Set: What to wear this Diwali?

Morning puja or all-night Diwali party, don’t let the festive schedules overpower your fashion choices. Remember, this is the only time in the year when you can freely staple six yard of classic… Continue reading

Re-inventing the Kitchen

With 40 hour work weeks and a constant demand for performing and producing on the work front, after-work hours are all we’re left with to unwind and relax. Since this time is mostly… Continue reading

5 Diwali Decor Tips For Dressing Up Your Home

With the festival of lights only a week away, its time to start decorating the home for all the ensuing fun and frolic. To ensure you’re not caught up in decor doom trying… Continue reading

Men and Sarees

Men and their feminine muse are not unheard of. From poetry, to art, to high fashion, the muse has inspired many a creation too. While it’s easier to understand it as a fascination… Continue reading

Sartorially Set: Scarlet Karva Chauth Look

For years, married woman have been fasting on the day of Karva Chauth for the long life and well-being of their husband. The revelry around this festival is such that it overshadows the… Continue reading

Bridging the Old and New Worlds: Vintage Textile Collector Mr. A. A. Wazir

The room is layered with brightly colored phulkaris, rabari embroidered cloths and cowry shell tassels. Among them is seated a man who has spent more than forty years painstakingly building what can easily… Continue reading

Silken Threads: Romancing the Lustrous Kanjeevaram Saree

Distinguished by its wide contrast borders and rich motifs, a traditional Kanchipuram (or Kanjeevaram) saree is a sight to behold. Deriving its name from the town of its birth, a Kanchipuram weave has… Continue reading

Sartorially Set: Trendy Dandiya Night Look

Symbolizing victory of positivity over negativity, Navratri literally means ‘nine nights’ in Sanskrit.  Amidst worshiping Goddesses Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati during this festival, the stylish set step out in embellished ghagras and  cholis to dance… Continue reading