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Indigo at CAC

Indigo at CAC

Indigo in ancient times was considered a valuable commodity, used to dye fabric into a vibrant shade of deep blue. The name itself comes from the term Indicum, which means, product of India.

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The Party Season at CAC

The Party Season at CAC

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Wood Stories

Wood Stories

The story of great wood at CAC

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From the CAC Blog

Old Kantha from Bengal

Old Kantha from Bengal

These wonderful images of traditional Indian Kantha from Bengal are a reminder of the wonderful and diverse quilting traditions in India. Kantha im...

Rishad Patell Wed, 16 Sep 2015
The Making of Dabu

The Making of Dabu

The first in our series of “Making Indian Crafts” this info-graphic looks at the process used to make DABU.

Astha Chaddha Tue, 26 Aug 2014
Craft Today

Craft Today

By the late 50's, the British department stores had closed in India, leaving a great void in some categories - particularly home accessories. As ar...

Rishad Patell Fri, 31 Jan 2014

CraftSpeak

The Ganesh Thaaps of Saurashtra.

The Ganesh Thaaps of Saurashtra.

Ganesha is regarded as the remover of obstacles and so it seems fitting that the Ganesha Thaap would have its origins in the dowry of a young girl. In the folk embroidery of Saurashtra, the Ganesh Thaap, holds a very special place and significance.......

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