Go beyond the pell-mell of the cities to find a quiet glimpse of a community or a monument that reminds us to pause, and smell the flowers

To keep your tryst with textile going, come breakaway on this journey through Delhi, Jaipur and Agra

Find the perfect balance of culture and textile during your stay in Delhi. Spend your time exploring the heritage that the city has to offer. Explore places ranging from monuments like Humayun Tomb and India Gate to the crisscrossing lanes of Chandni Chowk (Moonlit Crossroads). Move on to embark on our customized textile trail to Sanskriti Musuem and explore the wide range of textile and terracotta it has to offer. This is followed by a visit to a Shibori studio in the heart of the city.

We continue our journey in Jaipur where you take the time to walk through the narrow lanes of the old “pink” city. After a visit to the Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing, meet some artisans who are keeping textile culture alive. Observe and interact with local artisans engaged in bangle making, tie-dye leheriya and much more. Head on over to Bagru where you visit the iconic workshop of a master craftsman and award winning block print and Indigo printer

End your travels at Agra where you relish in the beautiful architecture of the Agra Fort and the Tomb of Akbar. Take the time to soak in the infamous Taj Mahal in all its glory.

Built on the strength of partnerships and shared beliefs, we bring you a host of isolated and hidden experiences that exist, largely waiting to be explored. Come, Breakaway!



Textile, culture, history and world famous monuments

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  • Bagru

    Embark on an intellectual expedition into the craft of traditional block printing at the textile hub of Jaipur. Known for natural dyeing and dabu as a form of block printing, Bagru prints are widely seen on Rajasthani skirts known as ghagras and scarves called odhnis.

  • Shibori Studio

    Interact with a textile designer and look at some exquisite textiles created using the fine needle technique, which was pioneered in Japan.

  • Tie-Dye Studio

    Visit the unit of a master craftsmen who is known for his Tie & Dye work. He is considered a master in the craft of Leheriya using azo free dyes, natural dyes and environmentally friendly methods.

  • Fatehpur Sikri

    Explore this magnificent fortified city which was founded in 1569 by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, and served as the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1571 to 1585.


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