Friday, November 25, 2011

Just a few of the many shrines

Thursday, November 24, 2011

ohhh Kolkatha

Kolkatha has undoubtedly the richest street life of any city in India. On the pavements there are shrines, shopping, food, hair-cuts, newspapers, water hydrants, hundred-year old trees, sleeping dogs, flowers, fruit & vegetables.

Here and in the following blog are pictures from from the pavements of Rash Behari & Camac.

In the second image from top left you may just make out the sign for the Cartier outlet across the road.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Well in spite of the Kolkatha exhibition location Rabindranath Tagore Centre, Ho Chi Minh Sarani being right opposite the American Consulate with restricted access, and in spite of rather few visitors, malkha did well in Kolkatha and we sold 72% of our stock.

Here is a picture of the stall and another of one of the major buyers who some of you may recognize: Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Saturday, November 5, 2011

fake malkha?

Just heard that fabric is being sold as 'malkha' in shops located in tony areas of Mumbai. "Everybody is asking for malkha, since the big designers are using it" says the shop owner. He says he gets it from his regular printer.

Warning: it's unlikely that this is genuine malkha. Wait for our stall at the Kala Ghoda festival in Feb 2011.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

malkha in kolkata

Here are the details of the Kolkata show:

RAKSHA II, Sutra's Grand Bazar
Rabindranath Tagore Centre,
ICCR, 9A Ho Chi Minh Sarani
Kolkata 17

Friday 11-Tuesday 15 November
11 am to 7 pm

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Question for Delhi malkha customers:

Did any of you pay for but forget to take 6 metres of the indigo check, C-70, at the recent Nature Bazar? When we did our post-exhibition tally we found we had 6 metres extra of this fabric. If so, please let us have your bill number, and we will post you the fabric.