Kantha is a
centuries-old tradition from rural Bengal. Layers of fine discarded fabrics are
quilted together to create textured 'canvases' upon which women express
themselves through embroidered imagery. The word "Kantha" can
refer to both the type of stitch and the cloth. Learn more about Kantha:
Delve into a decades long interest in Indian textiles by Jeevak & Banoo
Parpia that has resulted in curated collections viewed at several museum
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