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Grab a coffee , play this music  because if this music doesn’t help you survive this week, then some eye candy that follows will definitely help you sail this long week. Baise Gaba (derived from the Marwari dialect, means traditional clothing) is true to it’s name. The roots of Rajasthan make the base of this brand. You will find the most intricate handwork and the use of most vibrant colors- an authentic Rajasthani blend. Baise…

Saloni recommended Rajasthani folk music for the post- so here is one of our favorites – the Kesariya Balam. I love Gulabo because they are different. They follow their own heart and create designs which are traditional yet contemporary. PITR favorites will always be their Anarkalis . From pastel  soft block printed cottons to more ornate festive wear – Gulabo has something for everyone. Obviously the name had to be Gulabo, because it’s a pink…

Music like Anushree wanted it. Anushree founder of kapraha finished her schooling from Mahrani Gayatri Devi School in Jaipur and straight off went to England to pursue her undergraduate degree in Marketing and Business Studies. Little did she know that destiny would bring her back to her routes and she would design some really beautiful Rajasthan inspired yet very contemporary garments. She says it was always her dream to have her own label featuring local…

I couldn’t have missed the opportunity to play my favorite Rajasthani folk music here. “India’s heritage is tremendously rich and our artisans are extremely skilled and I firmly believe that machines cannot supplement this ability. It is my endeavor, therefore, to resuscitate handicrafts and the skills of our commendable artisans through Soul Roots along with being environment friendly.  My brand believes in the unrivaled inheritance of Indian textiles and craftsmanship. It believes in restrained affluence…

First some music Aurea Blue Pottery is a socially motivated enterprise established with the aim of reviving the traditional art of Jaipur’s Blue Pottery and providing livelihood to craftsmen. Their elegantly styled product range comprises unique souvenirs including home decor accessories, office and desk accessories and premium gifts. Roopal Aurea’s founder was born and brought up in Jaipur, and was always  passionate about the rich heritage and crafts of the Pink City. “With my love…

To my amazingly supportive and loyal readers , thank you so much for showering your love and appreciation. As we complete 1000 followers on Instagram , here is a little gift for you from Tokree shop in Jaipur. There will be two lucky winners who will get to win one of these two beautiful pouches. Two lucky winners will get one of these two silk hand made pouches. Use them to store your make-up, stationary,…

First lets get some music on Walking into Tokree is like walking into this little fairy land full of charming Indian décor and fashion items. If you are lucky you will probably be greeted by the store’s equally charming founder and owner Sanyukta Singh at the entrance. She will escort you and show you around the store or leave you alone to wonder around and admire the beautiful goodies all curated by her.   Tokree is…

To all my lovely readers , I can’t thank you enough for reading and following my blog and more importantly sharing your good words and wonderful comments . This blog though only a few months old has received so much love that I now feel unstoppable. I dream about it , read about and talk about it all the time. I hope you will continue enjoying it and spreading the word to your family and…

Well the title says it all right ? We are in Jaipur at the end of December and will be blogging live on social media and here about all the cool artisans, designers and stores we meet. If you are a designer or a have store in the pink city and would like to partner with us . Write to me at : ilaDOTkapoor@peacocksintherain.com or leave a reply in the comments below… Images courtesy :…

Hello Dearies , Its getting busier and busier at Peacocks in the Rain . Its unbelievable on how much we want to talk about on this site and there is soooooo little time. This morning I was looking for places where I could visit block print artisans in Rajastan , Sanganer, Jaipur …. and I went to my favorite Anokhi Museum. And this is how I discovered Rekh&Datta. Rebecca spent several years in India as…