We have tried our best to compress the entire exhaustive process of Syahi-Begar to a more readable format below, We hope to garner your support towards this craft and its documentation through our work.  🌸 Hari sarana: A process of de-sizing-scouring-bleaching to make the fabric water absorbent and white, which helps in getting uniform and bright colors.  The fabric is...

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We have tried our best to compress the entire exhaustive process of Dabu to a more readable format below, We hope to garner your support towards this craft and its documentation through our work. 🌸 Dabu is a resist print technique. It implies, covering a portion of the cloth, intended to be kept in the background color. This covering is...

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Jahota is a small town, 30 kilometers north of Jaipur.  The craft of Jahota print flourished under the patronage of Maharaja Jai Singh and his wife. There is not enough documentation on either how and why Jahota print was practiced in that village or its migration to Bagru. Simply put, Jahota print as practiced today is a combination of Syahi-Begar...

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In individual self-centered values, there may not be uniformity of intensity with which a thing is desired. Even a universal article, standardized like money, will not necessarily represent quality in satisfaction. A rupee in the hands of a farmer may represent one day's food for his family. The same rupee, with a clerk in a city, maybe the satisfaction of...

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In a small village not very far from us, lived a family. A joint household living in a place built to last generations. This modest-looking building had three floors. The ground floor had 8 even-sized rooms surrounding the central courtyard. The first floor had living rooms, spacious kitchen, and storage rooms. The second floor had bedrooms, washrooms, a place for...

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