Threads of tenacity

Threads of tenacity

Continuing here from my last post – on the magic of indigo and the master Yellappa –  here is another older story of another such tradition and master-craftsman from the same part of the country…This is a feature on the technique of ikkat (tie-and-dye) weaving in the southern Indian state of Telangana; the story of K Narasimha…

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/blink/article6488781.ece#im-image-001 chitiki Business line02chitiki Business line2

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About Pankaj Sekhsaria

Pankaj Sekhsaria is author of 'The Last Wave', (http://tinyurl.com/njatxm2) a novel based in the Andaman islands of India. He is also a journalist, photographer and researcher with four books, a dozen peer reviewed papers and nearly 200 newspaper and magazine articles to his credit. He is currently a doctoral candidate in Science and Technology Studies (STS) at Maastricht University Science and Technology Studies (MUSTS). His Phd research involves studying the techno-scientific practices inside nanotechnology labs in India to understand and articulate the idea of a 'culture of innovation'

3 thoughts on “Threads of tenacity

      • sure always some things in need of tweaking, here you can see him moving toward his ideas of how we come to co-operate thru working on common projects with people we may not have otherwise chosen to socialize with:

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