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‘Kantha’ embroidery artist from West Bengal hopes her Padma award will inspire many women
Pritikana Goswami took up embroidery 50 years ago to support her family and has continued ever since...
Beautify your home interiors with these handmade cushion covers
Fan of the minimalist and sophisticated? This item is for you!...
Glimpses from The Kantha Store’s Kantha Utsav
Keeping in mind the festivals of Diwali and Bhai Phonta, the exhibit has ample options and is also showcasing its new collection of wall-hangings, purses, gift items and jewellery...
By Rohini Chakraborty (t2 intern)
Walk out in style this Puja with a ‘kantha’ sari
Did someone say Bong beauty?...
You need this Kantha designer on your radar
Neelanjana Ghose’s creations are one-of-a-kind...
Liberalism’s troubles with the intangible...
By T.M. Krishna
The Telegraph explores a contemporary kantha mood board in multipurpose styles
Malika has come up with a line of shrugs and capes to reach out to a different generation, which believes in fuss-free chic dressing...
By Saionee Chakraborty
Can you name all the 21 products on Bengal’s GI tags list?
We all know about the rosogolla and Darjeeling tea, but many others — from mangoes to madurkathi — also find a place...
By Rumela Basu
Festival puts dokra, kantha and other Bengal folk arts in the spotlight
Hosted by Banglanatak dot com and British Council, this was the second edition of the Ripples Festival and was held in three artisan villages ...
By Aatreyee Mohanta
Batik & kantha
Designer Santanu Guhathakurta has combined these traditional textiles in his latest collection to produce contemporary chic saris...
By The Telegraph
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