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Celebrating Strong Women Across Ages

Celebrating Strong Women Across Ages

February 22, 2019

Saree is one of the fascinating traditional outfit worn by women in India and is probably one of the oldest attire for women in India. Saree is not just another outfit, it's a lifestyle.

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Marghazi – A month of Worship, literally!

Marghazi – A month of Worship, literally!

December 19, 2018

‘Marghazi’ is the tamil calendar month that usually begins from the mid of December and lasts till the mid of Jan ( this year it begins on 16th of December and ends by Jan 13th 2019) is a celebrated month around the globe.

 

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Revival of the Forgotten

Revival of the Forgotten

December 17, 2018

It is a well known fact that our land has sacrificed the majestic tigress “Avni” to the travesty of justice. November 2nd was the black day for the  animal welfare and wildlife conservationists

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The Art of Storytelling

The Art of Storytelling

November 10, 2018

Most of us might have a vivid memory of our childhood days sitting on our grandparents lap and listening to the stories of epics on Lord Ram, Krishna, Meera; some of us have even heard stories of Cinderella and Rapunzel repeated over zillion meal times or during the scorching summer holidays when we were only allowed to play indoors.

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Saree – # the global attire

Saree – # the global attire

November 08, 2018

Once hailed Indian attire, Saree which had been in a lull  for a while is back in vogue again. The comeback with revival of its lost charm can not only be felt in India but across the globe. 

 

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Hue(s) and Cry

Hue(s) and Cry

November 03, 2018

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Serving Justice – #Metoo

November 01, 2018

If there is one thing that women world over can relate to and talk about – is #Metoo. Spreading like a wild fire, the movement was incepted by Tarana Burke for Black women and girls from lesser privileged communities back in 2006

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Painting with Light

October 25, 2018

Its that time of the year, when the distant burst of crackers wakes you up in the morning; you can see bright discount on the flyers accompanying the morning newspaper.

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The Shades of Colours

October 24, 2018

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The Telltale story of the Ajrakh

October 09, 2018

For an archaeologist from South Asia such as me, what could be a more precious discovery than the Priest King of Mohenjo-Daro! Archaeologists have been debating on his role and position in Indus Valley society,

 

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Preserving one of India’s ancient traditional arts: Madhubani

August 23, 2018

Originating from a small district in Bihar, Madhubani – an ancient art has become the embellishment of Indian Heritage. Nevertheless, the art has been a major benefactor for most women in India and it has helped save a lot of the natural resources.

 

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RAW SILK – RECEiVES A FACE LIFT!

August 02, 2018

Tracing its origin back to the Indus Valley Civilisation, raw silk has always been at the helm of lustrous silk wagon. Although it has many times been compared to the synthetic fibre.

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