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Jaypore
today at 08:30. Facebook
How often does it happen that you spend ages figuring out what you want to wear to a wedding and once you’ve zeroed in on something you realize you will now have to look for accessories to go with it! And they must perfectly complement the color of your outfit! We know what that’s like, so we’ve curated beautiful jewelry, festive bags and chic footwear to match festive, wedding colors so you...
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Jaypore
yesterday at 08:30. Facebook
The wedding season is upon us and we don’t have a thing to wear!

Dip into India’s celebrated saree heritage and find the one that will be perfect for you. And don’t forget you can get up to 25% cashback on your favorite buys till Thursday, December 1st. (that is today ladies!)

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Jaypore
11/30/2016 at 08:30. Facebook
Painted sindoor boxes to carry sindoor or kumkum, the mark of a married woman across several regions and communities in India. Traditionally given to a bride during the marriage ceremony, the sindoor box could also be made of silver.

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Jaypore
11/29/2016 at 08:30. Facebook
A regal Benarasi in hues of red or pink; a stunning Kanjivaram swathed in green and gold; a beautiful purple and orange Patan Patola with patterns echoing stories from centuries ago……dip into India’s celebrated saree heritage this wedding season, pick your favorite six-yard in a weave and color you love and get cashback of up to 25%. Because that’s how weddings should be! Discover our weaves...
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Jaypore
11/28/2016 at 12:30. Facebook
Auspicious reds and crimsons, the flicker of gold, colorful shamiyanas and the vibrant orange hues of the marigold...just some of the things an Indian wedding is made of.

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Jaypore
11/27/2016 at 12:30. Facebook
Tibetan prayer flags aflutter at the Kyanjin Gompa, Langtang, Nepal. PC: Angelica Andrea Cruz, Flickr
Jaypore
11/26/2016 at 12:30. Facebook
Drawing inspiration from the architecture of South India's temples, Raw Mango has woven these silk sarees with majestic colors and motifs. Each saree is characterized by a solid border and body woven separately and a tie-dyed pallu. A brand of contemporary Indian handwoven textiles, Raw Mango's sarees carry within them the skills of more than 450 craftspeople associated with the house....
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Jaypore
11/25/2016 at 12:30. Facebook
Bringing to life the bohemian soul we carry within us; dip into apparel, jewelry and bags here [ Goo.gl Link ]
Jaypore
11/24/2016. Facebook
A marvel of the loom, a Pashmina, which literally means "soft gold" in Kashmiri, is the very definition of elegance. Passed on from a mother to her daughter, a Pashmina holds within it stories of not just the weavers but also the wearers. While richly embroidered kanis, jamawars and vintage dorukhas are a collector’s delight, contemporary translations are perfect for taking that first step on...
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Jaypore
11/23/2016. Facebook
Jewelry inspiration all the way from the women of the Samburu tribe in Kenya, Africa. PC: Rita Willaert, Flickr
Jaypore
11/22/2016. Facebook
Light streaming in through the arches of the Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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Jaypore
11/21/2016. Facebook
Handcrafted silver and glass nose pins, rings, earrings for a twist this wedding season; discover silver here [ Goo.gl Link ]
Jaypore
11/20/2016. Facebook
The famed Ajrakh print from Kutch has enthralled people for ages. Rooted in nature with the use of organic dyes, hand-carved wood blocks and motifs that resonate with the geography around the artisan, this is the definitive 'made in India'. Crafted by skilled hands, the prints in this collection by Jaypore were made in Ajrakhpur – the hub of Ajrakh printing near Bhuj. In wool and cotton, the...
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Jaypore
11/19/2016. Facebook
Legend has it that chanderi was once gifted to emperor Akbar in the hollow of a bamboo stick. When drawn out, this finely woven fabric was enough to cover an elephant.
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Jaypore
11/18/2016. Facebook
Basket weaving is an intrinsic part of the crafts tradition of Ethiopia. Woven by women, the colorful baskets are not only functional but also decorative and usually carry patterns inspired by nature or religion. Easily available organic materials like grass, straw, papyrus trunks, palm branches and bamboo leaves are used to make these baskets that are sometimes also covered with animal skin...
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Jaypore
11/17/2016. Facebook
Understated but not lacking in charm, chanderi has always held our gaze. With the wedding season at your doorstep, revel in these classic handwoven chanderi kurtas and pants in celebratory colors, with just a hint of mirror work. Wear these as is or with your favorite woven or embroidered dupatta and your mother's chand baalis. Discover more here [ Goo.gl Link ]
Jaypore
11/16/2016. Facebook
Litema is a mural art done by the women of Lesotho in Africa. Like a lot of Indian murals, this one is also carried out during celebrations like marriages and births and religious ceremonies. The patterns are usually drawn with a forefinger or comb on a wet layer of fresh clay and dung plaster on the outer walls of the house; it is then painted with natural dyes. Patterns are borrowed from...
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Jaypore
11/15/2016. Facebook
The enduring beauty and magnetic charm of silver is what makes it ideal for exquisite pieces of jewelry. Revel in the magic of this timeless metal with statement necklaces, bangles and cuffs with tribal designs. Discover more [ Jaypore.com Link ]
Jaypore
11/14/2016. Facebook
Block prints that were once used for decorating fabric for tents for royal processions; saudagari prints that were transported by traders from different regions; gamthi prints or rustic designs and of course the famed Ajrakh – these are the prints from Kutch that have enthralled people for ages. Rooted in nature with the use of organic dyes, hand-carved wood blocks and motifs that resonate...
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Jaypore
11/13/2016. Facebook
Of all the embroideries from Kutch in Gujarat, the most famous is Rabari embroidery. Rich with details embroidered in chain stitch and adorned with a hundred mirrors reflecting light, the craft gets its name from the Rabari tribe of the region. A nomadic community, the Rabaris or rahabaris were camel and sheep herders who traditionally supplied the Vankars or weavers in the area with sheep...
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