The Pichwai series uses the contemporary form of this traditional art, and for further enhancement, it is embellished with 24k gold. The series includes various products like dinner plates, side plates, soup bowls, tea cups, coffee mugs and many more.
The Byah collection ofKaunteyarepresents Indian weddings and rituals through Phad painting. This collection extensively uses the colours black and gold, signifying mystery and wisdom respectively. The idea behind using these two colours is the idea of the mysterious journey a marriage is, where individuals together try to know and understand each other and eternal love by committing mistakes and learning from them.
The Airavata series of Kaunteya brings forward this traditional Odia art form with the concept of the Vahana’s of Gods. This series portrays various Vahana of Gods in the Pattachitra style. The majestic white elephant of Lord Indra, Simha, the golden skin lion, the wish-granting Nandi associated with Lord Shiva, the golden-bodied king of birds Garuda associated with Lord Vishnu, Mayur that adorns love, and Ooloka, the owl, the spiritual wealth seeker.
It’s a special occasion! The time for you to give and receive gifts. When you are on cloud nine, wondering what presents you might receive and even worried about the presents you are supposed to provide. Whether they would like your present or not is constantly troubling you. What if someone has given them the same gift as you?
Giving gifts is an age-old tradition followed everywhere around the world. Be it someone’s birthday, wedding, anniversary or any festival, giving gifts is a way to express joy and love for each other. A good gift mends relations and brings individuals closer. However, a wrong gift can destroy already established connections. This fact makes gifting a more challenging task requiring much thought and time.
A perfect way to bond is over a cup of tea. Tea and tales perfectly complement each other, building bonds and memories. Unfortunately, hosting a tea party can be stressful and, at the same time, fun and full of laughter. But the stress sometimes overdoes the fun, so how do you reduce this stress of hosting a perfect tea party? Here are some tips to help you out.
You are hosting a dinner party, and everything is to the T- the menu, table setting, food, and the vibe. A guest list has also been curated by you. Now the only job left is to invite those chosen guests. But how do you do that? What is the right way to invite guests over? The answer is simple. Mainly, the event's formality should help you decide. If the event is a formal one or a fancy celebration, then sending out personalised letters would be the best way. However, if the event is just a casual get-together, sending out general emails, texts or making phone calls does the job. Apart from the event's formality being a significant factor, there are other things to keep in mind.
The question of how to set the table might have hit your mind several times, and most of the time, answers would also follow up. But what if you are running late and need to set the table with things available in your house? How does one do that? Don't worry; we have got you covered. Here are tips on setting the table from elements present in your house for a casual and formal function.
The Festive season is full of smiles, happiness and many family dinners. Eating mouth- watering delicacies accompanied by fun talks is the highlight of this season. But, have you ever wondered how to set up a festive table? What components does a perfect dinner table for festivals and family gatherings include? And what kind of a festive table is considered complete and to the point? If yes, no issues. We have got you covered.
Setting a beautiful table is on everyone's mind when hosting a dinner or lunch. But how does one do it? What things should be kept in mind? And how to make the table setting look beautiful and simple? The answer is relatively easy, set a theme! But again, the question of how pops up. So how do you decide which theme to pick for the table setting? Here are a few tips to help you out with it.