For years this piece of sheer elegance is adorning every women’s wardrobe but on my recent trip to #Chanderi I got to get close with the Bunkars and see what goes into making that one piece of cloth. On interacting with the weavers and being served with their warm hosting I got to know not only about the art of weaving but also about its history and how it has evolved so far.
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A civil engineer by profession started travel blogging to share my experiences while I travel new places without any planned itinerary as it adds up to more adventure and exploring more about the city. Also, I love part - time photography to capture natural views with no or minimal filters.
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