BENGALI AT A WEDDING

I love a good traditional handcrafted saree. Mostly because I empathise with sustainability, handwork and the special skills that our artisans posses, who keep working generations after generations in preserving a craft and heritage. I feel obligated in some ways to be able to help in keeping this legacy alive.

ISTANBUL-OF THE PAST&PRESENT

I have been in this city since Monday now, after 24 hours of travel from Pune, and I am so glad to have completely fallen in love with this country, … Continue reading ISTANBUL-OF THE PAST&PRESENT

WILDBERRYCHILDxSHUBHASHINIxWABI-SABI

It was a weekday and I clearly remember I was busy under piles of document work while being out with dad, that is when my good friend Tara gave me … Continue reading WILDBERRYCHILDxSHUBHASHINIxWABI-SABI

SARI DON’T BE SORRY

I have always been a very traditionally rooted person. Being brought up in a very traditional and cultural Bengali family, saris have always been my first love. Even if I … Continue reading SARI DON’T BE SORRY