Weavers' tales of Odisha
By Business Standard
If you didn’t know where it was, you would easily miss ‘Artisana’, the flagship outlet of the Crafts Council of West Bengal, located in a quiet and sleepy lane off Gokhale Road, near Kolkata’s famous Calcutta Club. Like its location, the Council and its honorary secretary Ruby Palchoudhuri, too, maintain a very low profile. Formed in 1966, the Council has been training artisans, developing new designs, reviving old and original ones, and upgrading the technology used in textile weaving, dyeing and embroidery, terracotta and metal-casting. Read More at Weavers' tales - Business Standard.