Keeping up with the trends in the Covid-19 world

Posted by AKASH KUMAR

Keeping up with the trends in the Covid-19 world

Hey! how's it going? Hope everyone is keeping safe and following safety protocols during this pandemic. When we first heard that there is going to be a lockdown, we weren't aware that it would last so long and make our drawing room our office. When do we dress up? When we are going out , right? With nowhere to go, we started taking it very easy and made sweatpants and hoodies our uniforms. Now, thankfully after some time, things are getting back to somewhat normal, the "new normal"....  With the world opening up again, we're going to have events to...

Why is a Saree seen as the embodiment of Indian Women Wear?

Posted by TANUJA SINHA ROY

Why is a Saree seen as the embodiment of Indian Women Wear?

The versatile garment Saree had humble beginnings that can be traced back to the time of Indus Valley Civilization (3300 – 1300 B.C) in North-West India. The first generation of sarees was made by cotton & dyes such as Indigo, Lac, Red Madder & Turmeric were used to color them. The name saree comes from a word found in Jain & Buddhist Scripts called “Sattika” that means Women’s Attire. It was also known as Poshak which was a Hindi term. It consisted of three items namely: Antriya – The lower garment Uttariya – A veil worn over the shoulder or...

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