Support India’s weavers through Maheshwar’s REHWA Society by Elle India
The tradition of weaving in different parts of India stands for more than just the preservation of age-old crafts and skills. Back in the day, it empowered the women, who were expected to stay at home and look after the family.
Handlooms and jewellery come together in Roma Narsinghani’s latest collab by Lifestyle Asia
Known for her contemporary, conceptual, and edgy jewellery designs, Roma Narsinghani has joined hands with REHWA society, a non-profit organisation that works for the welfare of weavers in Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh.
Rehwa Society: A 300-year handloom ode to Narmada by DNA India
Septuagenarian Chandrabai wakes up each morning at 6:30am, bathes, cleans her house, prepares food for her family, all before walking a mile to the handloom production unit, where she spends the next eight hours weaving Maheshwari shawls and stoles. Her task list includes weaves that are narrower in width.