There are stories here in Kachchh, great stories, hidden everywhere, that run up and bite you on the leg, and don’t let go until you promise that you are going to share it. Having been home to diverse nomadic communities and generations of creative craft practitioners over time, it is indeed a region that is full of surprises!

I am living and working in Kachchh, and this is where I share the little “stories” I come accross everyday.

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You can reach me here –  madeinkachchh at gmail

9 comments
  1. Your blog is very interesting 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  2. Happened to be here by chance. This is a wonderful blog and the stories that you have covered are all marvelous. I can connect to this blog and whatever you have showed in this blog as I hail from this part of the country. Our hometown.

  3. psychosiswar said:

    I continually dream of going to India. Maybe one day I will come across you.

  4. Fun! I did in fact look it up. Lovely people and vibrant colors. Also appears to be a hotspot for Bollywood films (that was on the bottom of the wikipedia site 🙂

    Thanks for sharing your insight, as there are many diverse and gorgeously rich areas across the globe that are hidden away a bit. I am a big fan of region handcrafts and folk art myself, and know that India has countless artistic traditions in different regions. High on my list of places to travel, so I am happy to live vicariously through you by following your blog.

    Happy Thursday to you, or whatever day it may be in India.

    Best,
    missyjean

  5. Priya said:

    I picked up a shawl and a black cotton dress material with white embrodiery from a craftsman/ tradesman from Kacchh at the Dilli Haat (Delhi). He told me he is able to afford the trip to Delhi only once a year in order to sell his wares. I wish I had bought more from him as everytime I wear the black kurta, I draw appreciate looks and compliments. I really want to make a trip to Kutch to discover all the arts and crafts first hand and I’m constantly Googling Kacchh online. Incidentally, that is how I discovered how blog! Beautifully told stories.

  6. Priya said:

    I picked up a shawl and a black cotton dress material with white embrodiery from a craftsman/ tradesman from Kacchh at the Dilli Haat (Delhi). He told me he is able to afford the trip to Delhi only once a year in order to sell his wares. I wish I had bought more from him as everytime I wear the black kurta, I draw appreciate looks and compliments. I really want to make a trip to Kutch to discover all the arts and crafts first hand and I’m constantly Googling Kachchh online. Incidentally, that is how I discovered your blog! Beautifully told stories.

  7. ખુબ સરસ રસપ્રદ અને અલૌકિક માહિતી આપી છે. ખુબ સુંદર કાર્ય છે આપનું. અભિનંદન.

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