The Indian Handicrafts are renowned worldwide for their exquisite beauty and charm. The traditional crafts of the nation depict its deep culture and rich heritage. These are designed by skilfull artisans who carry a legacy of their land, myth culture and carve their arts into beautiful sculptures & statues, that exported to foreign countries.
German Silver (Nickel Silver) is an alloy of copper, zinc and nickel, sometimes also contains lead and tin. Nickel Silver was named German Silver for its silver-white colour, but the term silver is now prohibited for alloys, not including the metal. Continue reading “German silver and its composition”
The key to keeping your client happy is to keep their family happy.
Time is changing. These days, the business people are using corporate gifts as a marketing tool to advertise their brand image among the employees and clients. So, next time before handling the T-shirt, Caps or jute bags to your employees, think once again; do your corporate gifts are worth to represent your brand image? Continue reading “5 Family Oriented Corporate Gifts Ideas that Work Surprisingly”
Corporate Gifting – a phrase which has become extremely popular by the turn of the century.
Everyone loves receiving corporate gifts from their business partners, colleagues, head or clients. The culture of corporate gifting is parallel to Indian business growth. Continue reading “How Your Next Corporate Gift Can Also Help India’s Rural Artisans”
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”
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”