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Weaving Life Against Cancer

Sajna Devi a middle aged artisan for Jaipur Rugs from Aaspura, Rajasthan, was diagnosed with malignant tumors after a phase of persistent discomfort. But Sajna Devi never considered Cancer a threat to her undying love for weaving…

  • 2 years ago

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Weaving New Strings Of Strength

Paachi Kumari is a young weaver from Rajasthan, who was brought up well by her father after her mother’s demise on a belief that women are not only independent but also pillars of strength and protection…

  • 2 years ago

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Mother’s Day-A Thank You To All Our Artisans Mom

We at Jaipur Rugs want to take a moment to really appreciate all of the wonderful mothers who make up a large part of our Artisan Community. Without a mother’s love, our rugs would lack both the family’s blessings and soul we’ve always promised…

  • 2 years ago

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Celebrating 40 Years

A brief look at India’s place in hand-knotted rug history and Jaipur Rugs’ place within that. For our 40th Anniversary, we don’t want to just celebrate our history, but the history of our timeless craft...

  • 2 years ago

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Manchaha: One of a Kind Rugs Handmade by Rural Women

When you think of decorating your new house or redecoration your existing one, the thought of adorning it with something…

  • 7 months ago

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Exploring Indian Villages with Jaipur Rugs

From chatting with weavers and their goats over a cup of chai to loosing myself in ‘boli’ (weavers’ song) every…

  • one year ago

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Women Empowerment- Creating Balanced Business Model

Feel blessed to say that women constitute 80% of our grassroots workforce and they play a crucial role in helping the organisation grow sustainably. Every day is women’s day at Jaipur Rugs!

  • one year ago