You must visit this Exhibition showcasing the Embroideries of Kutch on 27th-29th April

These threads of life are sure to be embroidered on your hearts.
Experience a new feather being added to the handicraft world of Jaipur

Shrujan revived an ancient craft that was on the verge of extinction and nurtured it in ingenious ways to enable craftswomen to earn a home based sustainable and dignified livelihood. Over 4,000 craftswomen living in 120 remote villages of Kutch practicing over 50 distinct embroidery styles are part of this movement. Shrujan is a grassroots movement of craftswomen as well as a socially motivated enterprise. It has shown that a traditional and personal craft can transcend local boundaries and be appreciated, cherished and seamlessly integrated into urban lifestyles. Shrujan Craftswomen are proud to use the skill in their hands to stand tall on their feet. Their passion for excellence is what makes Shrujan Embroidery like no other, anywhere in the world.

For more information please visit : www.shrujan.org

Date: 27 – 29 April 2018
Time: 11 am – 7 pm
Venue: Studio Andraab, S 17, Bhawani Singh Road, 2nd lane behind MGF Mall, C-Scheme, Jaipur
Phone: +91-9829230119, 0141-2224417, 0141-2224418

JAIMINI, a portmanteau of “Jaipur” and “miniatures”, is a coming together of not just words, but worlds too. Inspired by the Rajasthani, Mughal and Persian schools of miniature painting, Jaimini is an amalgam of the best of these traditions while also injecting a new vigor to suit contemporary tastes.

For more details, Visit – www.jaimini.co.in

ANDRAAB weaves together tradition, elegance and imaginative design into hand crafted bespoke cashmere that is a wonder to behold and even more wonderful to wear. Made in Kashmir, India, from the rarest and finest cashmere, using weaving techniques and arts from 15th century Persia, an Andraab shawl is like no other.It is the definition of wearing something pure and magical.

For more details, Visit – www.andraab.com

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