Gift handmade in this season of love

In these times of concrete construct when everything is machine made and quick, something personal and thoughtful is a luxury which the lovers of art celebrate. It is uniquely special to only them, and  is the best expression of love. A handmade shawl passed down from your mother to you becomes the heirloom piece of the family and goes on for generations. The designs on the paper mache products and the embriodary of tilla and aari become the soul of the article, overtime. These vintage pieces of art in addition to being timeless also become extraordinarily priceless if maintained carefully. Personalized as per the patrons likes and dislikes, the timeless masterpieces are hand crafted by Kashmir’s highly acclaimed master artisans. Each design a legacy for generations. The...

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Kaftans from Maizah by Hands of Gold

Kaftan has an Arabic origin. It is a synonym of royalty and elegance. If you are looking for a breezy ensemble which is loose-fitting, Kaftan is the quest for you. It is a lightweight garment predominately admired because of its exotic and comfortable appearance. Maizah by Hands of Gold has assorted this multi-cultural garb with the best of Kashmir which has topped the most loved outfit chart since its launch. We are catering to these assorted pieces with premium bases handcrafted at Srinagar. The tila and aari embroidery on it is also handcrafted by the eminent karigars of Kashmir. We have tried to keep these handmade pieces as true to the original quality as possible while giving a subtle contemporary touch so that it vibes with the...

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Men’s Kurta from Maizah by Hands of Gold

Kurta is not an attire, it is a style statement unique to the wearer and how he carries it. The immaculate Kurtas by Maizah add a tinge of class to the energy you exude! The kurta has evolved stylistically over the centuries from a garment of everyday wear to becoming the heart of Indian weddings and festivities. This flowy outfit from Maizah by Hands of Gold is primarily picked in solid-coloured premium fabric bases. The subtle detailing around the neck and sleeves, allows the fabric to get all the attention.  The typical fall of the kurta just above or somewhere below the knee of the wearer enables ease of movement and adds comfort to the lifestyle. The sleeves of a traditional kurta...

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Co-ord Sets from Maizah by Hands of Gold

There is no easier way to get dressed than with co-ords. If you enjoy clothing that allows you to spend an additional 15 minutes in bed, the co-ord style is for you. Co-ords are ideal if you've snoozed your alarm and are seeking something simple but elegant to wear. We're aware that, woman is well acquainted with the stress and time that go into picking what to wear. Whether it's for a special occasion or simply a regular day, deciding what pieces to pair together takes longer than simply getting dressed-ords are back in style, and in a big way, to get you out of this daily crisis. The women's co-ord sets by Maizah are tone and style coordinated. These clothing combinations don't need to...

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Patterns of a Kashmiri Embroidery

Kashmiri embroidery is as rich as Kashmir’s contoured beauty. It is an artwork of the finest threads woven on the finest bases with utmost intricacy. These embroideries exhibit the charm that stays true to its quintessence while contemporising it with the present-day perspective. Motifs crafted on wearables are usually those inspired from the Persian culture but have been modified with time in a bespoke demeanour. The most popular designs are Rose, Chinar and Almond. Other types of motifs are Cypress, Gul E Noor Jahan (a flower liked by Noor Jehan), Roses (GulabKan), Narcissus (Yumberzal), Chinar (Chinar Leaf), Lotus (Pamposh) and Vine (Dachh). These are most frequently used. Calligraphy too is used in embroidery forms. The rich fauna of the...

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Kashmiri Shilajit

Pronouncing its origin in the contours of the silhouettes of the natural contours of the Himalayas. Kashmiri Shilajit is a natural compose extracted after the decomposition of the flora over a period by the enactment of the useful bacterium and microbes on them. It is a dietary sequel to a balanced regimen and is under nature’s lock and key of safety and is of the potential grade for the human tenacity. Its characteristic of restoring the energetic balance is vouched for by the assimilators in addition to increasing the immunity of the system. Kashmiri Shilajit has an amazing contribution in increasing the cognitive ability of the system and controlling them as well. It also is great for reversing aging in men and women. The fulvic...

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Who Wears Maizah?

Maizah is the personification of the discerning taste of the Independent and assertive women deeply connected to their roots. Women who love tradition and at the same time are nudged at the hint of the contemporaries in vogue. They want the best of traditionality as well as modernity in their attire, while they are out to conquer whatever is theirs. The Maizah woman does not compromise on quality and comfort. These are the women who know the importance of traditions, art, and culture and of the heart that artisans put into their workover the years. A woman whose personal style is high without sacrificing comfort is a creative pragmatist The creative pragmatist strikes the perfect balance between modern, chic and classic without trying too hard. I.e., Clothes that are creative but pragmatic....

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5 Handicrafts that you must buy

Since time immemorial, India is famous for its distinctive art and culture, consisting of a diverse way of lifestyle. Ranging from culinary to clothing, the lifestyle differs at different places which makes this country a haven for tourists and explorers. Considering the fact that India has a rich history that goes back thousands of years, there is a huge number of collectibles and handicraft items that one can own. Each region specializes in a different kind of handicraft creation, mostly which is handmade. The following article mentions some of the best handicrafts which one must possess- POTTERY - The tradition of pottery is prevalent since the time of the Harappa civilization. Modern pottery designs include ambiguous colors along with intricate patterns designed on them. Hand-made potteries are usually made in Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and other places...

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Amazing Health Benefits of Honey

Since old occasions, honey has been utilized as both food and medication. It is exceptionally high in advantageous plant mixtures and offers a few medicaladvantages. Honey is especially sound when utilized rather than refined sugar, which is 100% void calories. Ancient Egyptians, Assyrians, Chinese, Greeks, and Romans employed best honey for wounds and diseases of the intestine. Honey has been utilized as a people cure of the beginning of time and has an assortment of medical advantages and clinical employments. It is even utilized in certain emergency clinics as a treatment for wounds. A significant number of these medical advantages are explicit to honey, or unpasteurized, nectar. People have valued nectar for its sweet preference for a long time. A few scientists say honey is more than sugar. It might likewise have medical advantages. Honey is a...

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The Chequered History of Pashmina Shawls

The name comes from the Persian word Pashmina, meaning “made from wool”. The Pashmina wool comes from different breeds of Himalayan goats. These breeds include the Malra breed of Kargil region (India), Changthangi goat of the Changthang plateau of the Ladakh region, Chegu goat of Himachal Pradesh, andChyangara from Nepal. Along with these, there are the subspecies of the goat in Tibet, China, and Magnolia. All these goats are found more than 4000 meters above sea level. Since the Indus Valley progress of Mahenjo-Daro, woolen shawls are the portrayal of sovereignty. You can get the portrayal of woolen shawls made in Kashmir in Afghan writings of the third century BC. The Kashmir woolen industry was work by fifteenth-century ruler Zayn-ul-Abidin after he brought Persian weavers there. Indeed, even the word Pashmina came from the Persian word...

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