The Kangha, an article of faith

The Kangha, an article of faith

The KANGHA is a small comb that Sikhs use twice a day. It is supposed to be kept with the hair at all times. Combs help to clean and remove tangles from the hair, and are a symbol of cleanliness. Combing their hair reminds Sikhs that their lives...

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Raksha Sutra

Raksha Sutra

As a family we have taken on a small but meaningful Indian ritual a long time ago. In these tumultuous times when all that remains is the essence… love, health and real human connections, we shared with our nearest and dearestthis simple token...

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The Peacock spreading its tail

The Peacock spreading its tail

On this side of the hemisphere, fine jewellery hasn’t really been culturally associated with men. But, we happily note, that is changing fast! In the Indian jewellery tradition, the art of adornment applies to men, women, children, animals, trees...

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Daily routine

Daily routine

We are very aware of the importance of a daily routine and fitting quiet and introspective me-time in our day. Especially in these rapidly changing times, a clear routine functions as an anchor and helps keeping focus and direction...

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