Jaipuri Quilts or Razai …

What’s So Enchanting About “Jaipuri Razai” A Jaipuri Razai is unique both for its artisan and for its functionality. First, in hand making these beautiful quilts, the artisans use the traditional textile-making skills of cotton carding, cotton voile-making and quilting. Cotton carding is the process of preparing cotton to use as cotton fill in a quilt. Once the fill is prepared, the artisans go on to make the quilts. It is important to layer the cotton evenly throughout the quilt. This is another characteristic of the handmade quilt that gives it its warmth. The shell of the quilt is usually high-quality soft cotton voile. Cotton voile is a lightweight, gauzy cotton fabric with a soft, smooth surface. The softness of the voile adds to the very snuggly, cozy nature of the comforter. The block print in Bagru is done mainly in beige, red and black. A shade of blue with much use of indigo blue dyeing processes is a characteristic of this centre. Bagru is also famous for its mud resist process Dabu and direct printing. The motifs are simple and include floral and linear patterns. After being filled, the quilt is stitched together. All the stitching is done with a hand-held needle.
To sum it up, the exquisite JAIPURI RAZAI, changes hands from about 15 skilled artisans, be it wood block makers, to colorists, to printers, to cotton carders, to final stitching people, not to forget the final checkers and packers. In all the lives of about 15 people are connected to one JAIPURI RAZAI.

Though my favorite place  where one can find Jaipuri Quilts which are statements of style and elegance is Fab India .

Fabindia kalamkari kalma blue double quilt : This quilt from Fabindia brings a pleasant shade of blue and elaborate kalamkari prints to your bed. Made of pure cotton, it is a perfect blend of comfort and style, with a traditional Indian touch.

Silk versions are also available but I prefer Cotton … Soft yet warm and best its easy to clean …

Or  One can  just pick a  double bed  bed cover which has  Jaipuri Prints and ask the  Jaipuri Quilt maker to design it to your own style …




A lifestyle modular kitchen gallery brand by Godrej


Leading celebrity Chef, Ranveer Brar, was in Bangalore for the launch of Cuisine Regale, a lifestyle modular kitchen gallery brand introduced by Godrej. The celebrated evening, hosted by Mr. Anil Mathur, COO, Godrej Interio, witnessed architects, interiors, food bloggers in the city come together for a confluence of food, art and interiors.

In line with the brand’s promise to create experiences that go beyond the boundaries of the traditional kitchen space, Chef Ranveer Brar created spectacular food art that blended with the interior themes of each kitchen configuration in this brand new gallery. A unique proposition that stands apart from all other international and local brands in this space, Cuisine Regale is built on anthropometric, ergonomics and our consumers cooking styles. From creating interesting consumer touchpoints in the galleries, to expert guidance by designers to building solutions for kitchens including appliances & accessories, as well as complete turnkey kitchen solutions, Cuisine Regale is the destination for all who aspire to create spaces that treat family and friends, have finer tastes, seeks products which serve multiple needs and loves to build memories.

Spread over 2,000 sq.ft, the newly launched store in Indira Nagar will currently showcase three range of kitchen furnishing namely, Christened Glacier, Neue and Melange — all of which will cater to the distinct requirements of consumers making cooking more enjoyable

Celebrating this confluence of food, art and interiors, Chef Ranveer Brar said, “Feeling good is very important in creating good food and kitchen spaces that make us feel good add to the process of creativity and engages everyone in the home. Cuisine Regale provides the kind of kitchen spaces that are ergonomically designed and help bring out interactivity and allows us to de-stress in the kitchen”