Lada lives in Kekri with her family. She is a mother of 3 children-2 daughters and one son. She is the only bread earner of her family, with her husband unable to work due to a chronic illness. She has been weaving since past 25 years, and has mastered the art over the decades. “I feel gifted after making my first original design. I feel proud of my efforts”, she says.
Machli Ka GharThe rug is a creative take on how would life be inside waters. Lada weaved lotuses, dolphins and other aquatic life that she dreamt of with her eyes open. Furthermore somewhere between the rug, she also weaved food for the fish so that they don’t die of hunger. She aptly calls her rug, “Machli ka Ghar” or the house of fish.