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Gifting made glam: Inside the super-personal gifting enterprise built by Surbhi Gupta 

Gifts are always fun to get but they are the best when they are thoughtful and from the heart. Surbhi Gupta of Kalakar Gift Studio tells us why she encourages thoughtful gifting 

Published on 30th August 2020
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This mother-daughter duo in Gurgaon upcycles everything from furniture to wall art

Imarim was set up when the duo began adding a splash of colour to items lying around their house that they did not want to throw away

Published on 23rd July 2020
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Knotty, Knotty! This Kovai architect is mixing macramé with interior design. Check it out

Kavia Udhayasuriyan makes macrame room decor and it is selling like hot cakes. Clearly, this is just the beginning and we tell you how she got into this cool art form

Published on 19th July 2020
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Language, Cultural Centres in WB shift events, classes to digital platform due to COVID-19 outbreak

Shifting to the digital mode in the present situation, Alliance Franaise du Bengale, a cultural centre and a French language training institute, will organise two online demo classes of French languag

Published on 27th March 2020
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Stay stylish with these Sambalpuri masks by the Beat Corona Campaign

Odisha-born Samit Kar had quit his job in the year 2016 and came to Bhubaneswar in the year 2018, from Gurugram. He has worked with several corporate companies, after which, he started Graphic Sutra 

Published on 27th March 2020
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This woman entrepreneur in Odisha is turning traditional handicrafts into corporate gifts

In need of a thoughtful gift? Why don't you drop by Lovely Obsessionz in Patia, Bhubaneswar and take your pick? It was set up by wife-husband duo and is doing very well in the circles right now 

Published on 11th March 2020
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This award-winning start-up is transforming the lives of mothers in coastal Cuddalore by putting them on the path to financial independence

What began as a group of housewives learning to sew and mobilising other women soon grew into a successful start-up with products that range from trendy bags and pouches to classy home decor

Published on 7th January 2020
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Meet Kochi calligrapher Farheen Subair, whose art is a hit on Instagram

Arabic calligrapher and CA student Farheen Subair talks about of her world of calligraphy and her journey so far

Published on 18th December 2019
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This lady from Mysuru can tell you how to use bottle gourds grown at your home 

Seema Prasad carves handicrafts from 48 varieties of native bottle gourd available in Mysuru, thus giving underprivileged women and school dropouts a steady source of incom

Published on 11th December 2019
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Weaving hopeful tales: These women from Muzaffarnagar are making sustainable home decor, thanks to SSF

Started by Gauri Agarwal, Skilled Samaritan Foundation empowers women to make products like tables and wallets and provides them with a monthly income

Published on 5th December 2019
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How online store Brahmaputra Fables is promoting northeast Indian culture to the rest of the world

Dhruba Jyoti Deka, founder of Brahmaputra Fables tells us about the initiative that gives people access to products from northeast India

Published on 2nd October 2019
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This Bengaluru woman creates stunning home decor using scrap. Here's how

The 40-year-old homemaker does not consider scrap to be waste products, she feels they are all reusable and can be remoulded to make something better

Published on 10th October 2019
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Here's how Tynimo, a Bengaluru-based start-up is creating a revolution in the lifestyle retail sector

Vaibhav Jain, founder of Tynimo, a homegrown lifestyle retail store tells us all about his entrepreneurial journey

 

Published on 2nd October 2019
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From India's 'symbol of freedom' to a canvas for today's designers, here's how Khadi as a fabric has evolved

On Gandhi's 150th birth anniversary, we trace the history of khadi to see how it has evolved with the changing needs of people and the fashion industry

Published on 1st October 2019
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Here's why Chitranka Chowdhury's products will always have a market, with or without social media

She uses oil enamel paints while painting on night lamp bottles for good finishing. She also intends to start conducting workshops as well since, "they are such a rage nowadays" she adds  

Published on 14th September 2019

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