In an earlier post, I had given an introduction to the ills of Fast Fashion and why Sustainable Fashion is the way to go. In this video, Shailaja Rangarajan, Founder of Rimagined, also tells us in detail the magnitude of Textile Waste and the burden it is causing to the Earth. The statistics are staggering and the waste … Continue reading Sumrux: Krupa Seetharaman is trying to get people to love preloved !
Shopping Review: Grameena Angadi, Bangalore- Your one stop shop for organic & sustainable shopping ©Sangeeta Venkatesh
If you go by the several articles published on food last year, many homes seemed to have awakened to the benefits of home-cooked food. Moreover, a large section of society was inspired to get back to whole foods. There is a new found awareness when people started to look at and read food labels. A … Continue reading Shopping Review: Grameena Angadi, Bangalore- Your one stop shop for organic & sustainable shopping ©Sangeeta Venkatesh
Guest Blog: The Handloom Imperative: How can we make a difference?
by Payal Talreja (Note from Sojourn with San: India has perhaps the most vibrant and talented handloom sector in the world. However, with the advent of powerlooms and synthetic textiles, the industry has been struggling. With a crisis like the Covid-19 pandemic, and other natural disasters, the industry has to weather yet another blow. What … Continue reading Guest Blog: The Handloom Imperative: How can we make a difference?
Infuse tranquility in your living spaces- Bring home a Kokedama©Sangeeta Venkatesh
I recently learned a new word - Kokedama (pronounced Ko Kay Da Ma). It was at life skills trainer Nisha Bhimaiah’s residence in North Bangalore, where she grows beautiful ornamental plants out of moss balls, that I learnt about this wonderful Japanese technique of propagating and growing houseplants. Loosely translated, ‘koke’ means moss and ‘dama’ … Continue reading Infuse tranquility in your living spaces- Bring home a Kokedama©Sangeeta Venkatesh