Both of my boys were here for their winter breaks. My eldest left two weeks ago and the youngest just left last night. I'm always in constant worry mode until they reach back to their destinations safe and sound.
It's always difficult when they leave, but rather than wallow in my self-pity, I pushed myself out the door this morning to attend the last day of the Traditional Asian Textiles Exhibition held at Sadu House.
The collection belongs to Professor Jasleen Dhamija who is a pioneer in the research and revival of Indian textile traditions. She is an author and editor who has traveled extensively in her career and lectured all over the world. She has lived in many countries; became an advisor to UNESCO on their excellence in textiles projects; and continues to be an advisor to the Crafts Council of India which she helped set up in 1964. (Biographical information has been taken from the free booklet we received that was prepared by the National Council for Culture, Art and Letters.)
Before I knew there was a booklet, I was taking pictures of the descriptive markers found near each piece so that I could later recall what I had seen. Hopefully you are able to read them well enough to have an idea of how and where they were made.
The pictures, of course, don't do justice to seeing each piece up close. I definitely walked away feeling very inspired (much needed since I've not been feeling very crafty lately).
Hope all is well where you are.