Champa is a 60-year-old from Aspura, Rajasthan. It’s the experience that molds you to be more creative and clear. Champa is one of the finest examples of this, because she works with an ace every weaver desire to. She likes experimenting with each and every element from her nearby surrounding to her imagination and displays it on the carpet. She had learned weaving at her school along with other girls. She maintains a garden along and has many farms animals, and in fact also looks after the strays. Champa is lovingly called the mother’s mother by people around her.
GhewarChampa laughed out loud and said, “If not a weaver, I would definitely be a Halwai! (confectioner)”. Ghewar is a sweet she is absolutely a fan of, because of the crisp texture and the small random shapes it carries. But her second craving is the colors which she wanted to experiment with. This carpet turned out to be her canvas to create her own colorful Ghewar which she tried making, but felt short on colors every time. The small holes of pink, blue and purple are the place where the sweet syrup is stored. With every glance on this carpet you feel that you are seeing it for the first time. The shakkarpara at the top breaks the monotony and lets you celebrate the wonderful combination. Take the sweetness and colors along to keep the happiness for long.