Savitri is 40 years old and hails from a small village of Dhanota in Rajasthan. She is blessed with two girls and two boys. Her eldest daughter will soon become a doctor and her elder son is preparing to become a lecturer. Both of them are an inspiration for her younger kids who are excellent students in their school. Savitri enjoys weaving Manchaha because it makes her feel independent and gives her a new creative freedom that she barely got in her initial days of work.
Pushp RaajThe rug, Pushp Raaj or the flower king is inspired from beautiful flowers and motifs that adorn the beauty of Savitri’s mini farm in the village. “I weaved lotus, marigold and our local Leheriya pattern into my rug. I hope that the fragrances of my flowers proliferate into the house of its customer and spread joys and happiness,” says Savitri with a smile.