Life isn’t perfect, but your outfit can be. In a world of social media, we are obsessed with the way we look and the way we dress. There are new technologies that have contributed immensely to textile printing and production. Consumers today love to wear new-age fabrics and designs that make them appear modern and urban. However, in this race of development and technological influences, we have somehow got disconnected from our roots. This post is all about the art of daboo printing that has managed to stay alive despite tough market competition.
Well, a lot of my readers have been waiting for this. From my college days, I’ve been attending the Kala Ghoda Art Festival and I’ve continued to be a part of it. I’m not sure if regular visitors are enjoying the festival with the same enthusiasm because the festival has changed in many sense, but I’m not sure what attracts so many people to the KGAF. At the moment I’m happy that I attended the festival, but I’m not so happy in many sense and I will vent out my feelings in another post. So, for the moment here are the pictures, I believe they are self-explanatory, so enjoy browsing through all of it. The theme of the festival is – Crossing The Threshold
You must have seen me talking a lot about Kala Ghoda and why this place in Mumbai fascinates me more than any other local attraction. Well, to be honest, I love the architectural wonders of the past compared to the modern buildings that have no sense of art at all. You might have visited Kala Ghoda several times, but I bet you might have not seen these images ever before. I am trying my best to show you Kala Ghoda from my perspective and to show you that these old heritage structures deserve better recognition than what they receive. Get ready for some more pictures.