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Sarangi Journal

  • June 2, 2021 Akshat Jain

    Silk for the gods – the story of Kanjivaram silk

    Mulberry silk from Karnataka, zari thread from Surat and weavers touched   by divinity! Did you know that your favourite Kanjivaram silk is a repository of myth, heritage and history? Sage Markandeya, who, aeons ago, wove tissue from lotus fibre for...

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  • Auspicious Beginnings
    March 4, 2021 Radhika Mohan

    Auspicious Beginnings

    Kolam is the traditional Indian art form of drawing intricate geometric patterns on the ground, especially at the entrance to homes and temples, at weddings or festivals. Kolam is the understated South Indian cousin of the flamboyant rangoli of North...

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