When asked about her childhood, Savitri says with a broad smile it was very short and I miss the freedom a lot. A 30-year-old artisan from Aspura, Rajasthan who has solutions to the problems of all her fellow mates from matching the colour of the yarn to searching the lost buffalo she is the go to person for action. Savitri was the most pampered child in her family because she was the youngest. She now spends time looking out the window at trees, although she spent lots of time climbing them when she was younger. Muskan is her a daughter who helps her add a bit of science in the art of weaving. Adding logic to all of Savitri’s superstitions, Muskan also teaches her to use technological gadgets.
Kaju-KatliSavitri’s desire to be pampered has no end, and this Manchaha is evidence to it. The rug started with the traditional patterns of sharkarpada and waves, but an argument with her husband completely changed the destiny of this rug. For bringing that smile back to Savitri’s face, her husband took multiple attempts by bringing Kaju-Katli, the sweet, which can be seen in the colourful lines at the centre of the rug. As you move upwards bouquets of flowers can be seen which finally convinced Savitri and helped the couple re-ignite their chemistry.