The most improbable of all contenders for fabric, with regards to the Indian Saree, would quite likely be the net. The saree was traditionally always made of fabrics that were … Continue Reading The Net Saree: A Coming of Age?
Life is busy and time is scarce. There is perhaps this one fact that all parties, factions and groups agree upon, irrespective of their allegiance, political, social or ethic. Women … Continue Reading When in doubt..Accessorize!!!
The Saree has its origins going as far back as the Indus Valley Civilization, 2800-1800 B.C. It captivates with charm to enhance the enigma of the Indian woman. Draped in … Continue Reading Revel in the Folds of Timeless Tradition
Equality is a right and like all rights needs to be upheld and protected in and outside, social, informal and formal institutions. Our vocabulary is expressive of our deepest generational … Continue Reading Let’s Give Her a Chance