From the ‘Barren’ Sands of Rajasthan

June 12, 2015

From the desert sands of Rajasthan – often called ‘barren’ and ‘unproductive’.

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Barren?

Well then how does one explain these?

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These amazing tribal works of art have just traveled from Rajasthan to join the wovensouls collection.

And with these pieces that are overflowing with creativity, we are going to have to redefine the measures by which we define productivity!

Feast on these old Odhanas here on wovensouls.com

jm

June 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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