Prakash is 48 years old and is a father of three kids, two daughters and one son. His inclination towards the art of rug weaving began at the age of 15 and since then it has been 25 years that he is involved in rug weaving. Very chirpy and vibrant Praksh will never forget to invite you for a lunch at his village. Furthermore, his art is mostly inspired from his village that he truly loves.
KhilonaThe rug talks about Prakash’s artistic take on local rural games and toys. The lines and pattern symbolize the games and toys that beholds a significant part of almost everyone’s childhood in rural India. Be it the game of dices or the toys for a newborn, his rug has spaces for all of them. “I miss my childhood the most, therefore I imagined and weaved a few toys to reflect my quest for the gone days of beautiful childhood”, he says in his own way.