We Indians love to travel, be it a short-whistle trip or long-extended trip. We never miss a chance to explore the beauty of our country. And, when it comes to the themed Indian handicraft tours we can go miles to explore their charm and beauty. India is considered as the birthplace of handicrafts items. Today, we have listed the six best-themed tours in India which one should travel in their lifetime. Continue reading “Six immersive themed handicrafts tours in India”
The trend of gifting is not limited to special occasions. Companies are even taking care of it and appreciate employees hard work and efforts as well as maintain healthy relationship with clients. But, sometimes these companies face difficulty in finding the correct gift either online or offline. Online platform offers numerous options to choose a valuable corporate gift. Continue reading “A Business guide to corporate gifting”
Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay was a freedom fighter, politician, actor, social activist, art connoisseur and of course a free-thinking feminist.
The famous Indian author Raja Rao introduced Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay memories, Inner Recesses Outer Spaces (1986) as “perhaps the most august woman on the Indian scene today. Firmly, Indian and therefore universal, highly sophisticated both in sensibility and intelligence, she walks with everyone, in city and country with utter simplicity.” Continue reading “Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay: The Feminist Who Revived Indian Handicrafts”
Gifts giving is a way of telling that you really care for the requisite person. When we gift something to our dear ones, we get something very special i.e. a smile on their faces. These valuable sources of emotions are packed by gift paper, which varies throughout the globe. In western world, the gifts are often covered in beautiful wrapping paper accompanied by sweet gift note, whereas Chinese wrap gifts in red wrapping. Continue reading “Few Ideas & Impact of giving Return Gifts”
Do you have any passion for arts? Do you posses creative thoughts? Do you want to showcase your love for handicrafts to everyone in the world? Continue reading “Small profitable home-based handicraft business ideas for Women”
An artisan named Iqbal Sakka from Udaipur set a Guinness World Record by creating the smallest Indian National Flag. This National Flag is only 0.5 mm in size and can pass through the eye of a capacity of 12 needles.