With 41 stitching patterns under their belt, the Lambani women have not only earned a GI tag for Sandur, their art has also travelled to the London Fashion Week and that Fabindia store near you.Nikita Puri meets the women who preserve the Lambani heritage. IMAGE: Fine needle and patch-work that was for a long time seen only on the everyday clothes of the Lambani women, have now become a staple in wall hangings, accessories, kurtas, sarees, cushion covers and dupattas designed for urban ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Using traditional needlework, women of the once nomadic tribe of Karnataka have become cultural ambassadors for their craft, writes Nikita PuriBusiness Standard, 2 months ago
People have also unfortunately stuck to crops that were cultivated traditionally by the community and have not moved on to less intensive crops, he rued. Because they are uneducated, they easily get cheated when people palm off defective seeds to them, and ...The Hindu, 1 week ago
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