Supporting small business

Reviving the Pochampally weave

Revisiting the fine art of moulding mud

In a small village Siniyado, Gujarat that's about 10 kms away from the famous "White Rann," one man is on a mission to keep the art of mudwork alive

Rogan: The art that’s made direct dil se!

This is what Abdul Gafoor Khatri, master artisan and one of the last few custodians of this art form says about the art. We speak to him on how he is working to keep the art alive…

Threading together their own success story

How these siblings shaped a successful ethnic apparel enterprise – a stitch at a time

12 things that make Ajrakh unique

From its centuries old origins to the special process of its creation- find out what makes Ajrakh truly unique.

A small village in Kutch, revives a centuries-old art form - Ajrakh

After a devastating earthquake in 2001 destroyed their village completely, the resolve of Ismail Mohamed Khatri to preserve an old art form Ajrakh, saw him move his family and some willing community members to a new village, and start all over again. In this arid region of Kutch, history and handicraft blend seamlessly to revive the 16th century block printing art form

Tied Ribbons – opening doors for Indian art and handicraft

Working with artisans from across India, Priya Tyagi resolved to bring Indian art and handicraft back from the brink of death

Make in India business goes full throttle

Entrepreneur Manjeet Singh’s decision to go online and spin a success story was a befitting reply to tackle stiff competition.

A global knitwear brand, all the way from Tiruppur

How VG Sivaraj’s business transformed from traditional garment export to a international t-shirt brand

From Odisha, with love!

Haastika – turning traditional art into a sustainable industry
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