India is a vibrant land, rich in culture and diversity. One vital facet of our heritage that has survived the test of time is India’s numerous traditional art forms that are still practiced by artisans and craftspersons to this day. In an effort to contemporarise some of these ancients arts,
Handmade in India is a centuries-old tradition that needs to be cherished, preserved, and promoted. It’s a form of creation that deserves to be nurtured, celebrated, and spread. This is what we try to do in our posts on #HandmadeinIndia, all of which can be read, seen, and shared here.