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    Of Rich Textiles & Historic Lineages

    A Textile Trail in Delhi

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    Of Rich Textiles & Historic Lineages

    A Textile Trail in Delhi

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    Of Rich Textiles & Historic Lineages

    A Textile Trail in Delhi

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AN INTRODUCTION

Breakaway ventures into the stories and traditions that have created the fabric of contemporary India and provided the world with some of the finest threads and most sought after textiles.

This textile trail channels the diversity of Indian culture, captivates the designs respective of Indian history and shares the stories from the traditions that have brought us the most exquisite, intricate textiles for many centuries

Start your day at the Sanskriti Museum for its stunning collection of textiles and terracotta. Engage in in-depth interactions with local artisans who create magic with their hands, a laborious process of hand block printing and tie-dying.

Further nurture your understanding of the various weaving and printing techniques and historical context that shapes India's contemporary textile culture during conversations over lunch.

Then you visit a store, one of the few hidden gems in the city housing the largest collection of different textiles from across the country. Spend some time interacting with the lovely ladies who've curated these collections from all over the country and get an actual touch and feel experience of possibly the most diverse collection of handcrafted textiles under one roof.

This is just the tip of the iceberg, today you have explored, some of the rich, and intricate displays of weaving, hand block printing and embroidery traditions native to India. Come Breakaway!

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TRIP ATTRACTIONS

Understand and appreciate Indian textiles like never before

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  • Shibori Studio

    Engage in an interaction with a textile designer at her Shibori studio, where you can look at some exquisite textiles created using the fine needle technique, which was pioneered in Japan.

  • Sanskriti Museum

    Founded in 1990, his artist village complex houses the best of, and the most diverse of Indian textile heritage along with over 1,500 objects of terracotta art, sculptures and figurines from the tribal areas of India.

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About the Experience

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