Reads by Rang
Restoring a Legacy : Mother-in-Law's Wedding Saree
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Here we talk of a daughter-in-law inheriting her mother-in-law’s Wedding Saree and the journey of how she trusted us to restore it for her. Wedding sarees hold a great significance for every bride, be it in the very traditional Indian context or a very modern millennial concept as its symbol of your love, joy and commitment.
Shikargah - An ode to the Untamed
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‘Boteh’ – The journey from Persia to Paisley
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‘Boteh’ is a Persian word meaning bush, shrub, a thicket (a small dense forest of small trees or bushes), bramble, and herb. Some would even take it to mean a palm leaf, cluster of leaves (perhaps as a repeated pattern) and flower bud. In Azerbaijan and in Kashmir (in the north of the Indian sub-continent), the name used to describe the motif is ‘buta’. Tracing its roots to the Zoroastrian temples, the boteh symbol has a remarkable resemblance to the image of the urn with the fire shooting from the top of the vessel. This flame flame has sometimes been...
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Peplum Lehengas & why we love them!
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Think of an Indian Bride.......and we instantly imagine a Lehenga, Blouse and Dupatta clad shy demure bride....and these days mostly two dupattas. Well! we don't blame you as coming from traditional values and of course love for them, the Indian bride did not have many options. And then there is the growing pressure of dressing up for the wide range of the ceremonies which start from the roka to engagement to pre-wedding to mehndi to haldi to sangeet to the w e d d i n g......and you just can't be wearing lehenga for all of them. We know there...