Manbhar is a proud mother of 4 daughters from kekri village. She has been weaving from last 25 years and through the money she made by carpet weaving she has married off her three daughters and the youngest one is studying in school. Hearing the fact that other weavers from various villages are getting awards and recognition for their work with Manchaha, she gets more inspired and motivated to weave. She also wants her rugs to be internationally acknowledged.
Unchi DeewarRajasthan being the princely state has fascinated everybody with its beautiful forts and palaces and Manbhar is no exception to it. She has been fascinated with these architectures and grew up listening to the stories of kings and queens. When she was asked to create her Manchaha she thought of making the high walls of these forts and beautify them the way she want. She started with a lehariya pattern at the bottom and added diamonds, flowers and what all elements she could think off. Towards the top of the rug she created the fort railings with peep holes like she has seen in the forts near her village.