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Treating the art of Tents and band musicians as a heritage. 

A Brand Campaign that is an emotional ode to the founder’s father’s journey.

As the Founder Narrates

My father was a ‘wedding tent decorater’ (with a firm called - Sindhi Tent House) in Delhi around the late 80-90s, a term which faded away with the oncoming of fancy wedding planners.

The job required him to direct the overall aesthetics of the wedding and arrange every single item at the venue. What he also did back then was to visit the phool mandi each morning with the florist and buy flowers by the kgs.

Spending a large part of my childhood around the weddings he planned, I accompanied him during his recces and and visits to the flower market. It became a routine for him to bring those mounts of florals home and fill them up in my room post the event, he knew I was obsessed with them. My room would smell like a garden for days.

While this Campaign began with an emotional ode to my father’s uncelebrated journey… as he never got his dues.. upon my research it also became about celebrating the people we so easily choose to forget.

The baarati bandwalas, and halwais who couldn’t keep up with the international music and cuisines millennials want at their wedding. The desi Shehnai and
ghazal singers who yearn for just another mehfil…and the old school film-camera shops who couldn’t keep up with fancy instagram wedding videos. The people who were responsible for putting together someone’s special day and had to slowly
fade into oblivion.

Sindhi Tent house is an ode and a celebration to the families and homes that run because of weddings. Its an ode to the lost glory block printed and handcrated bengali kanaats and tents of delhi….. the gaudy dj ka music in the colonies of lajpat nagar…. The sparkly tubelights of a baraat… and the jalebis and rabdi of a winter wedding.

𝐍𝐚𝐯𝐞𝐥𝐢 • नवेली • ਨਵੇਲੀ

My mother’s hometown is Bhopal. Hailing from a conservative Sindhi joint family she had never seen the world outside her city until she was married to my father in Delhi.

Not only was she in an alien house and a new family but also in a city that she knew nothing of. I remember her sharing stories of her innocent struggles... how she was unsure of the things kept in the kitchen or what would be the right way to address her mother in law.. Even making a personal bond with her extended in laws seemed was a grinding task.

Naveli stems from that anxiousness of discovering a new home after marriage. The sweet journey of building delicate relationships and the joys of finding oneself all over again.

Faces of eternal feminine


“The human body is the best work of art and a women’s body is an art in herself”

The literature on prejudice toward women is reviewed and placed within an attitude-theory conceptualization. The erotic has often been misnamed by men and used against women and for this reason, we have often turned away from the exploration and consideration of the erotic as a source of power, energy, and information, that how a woman creates the whole world by herself. Erotic is an internal sense of satisfaction to which, once we have experienced it, we know we can aspire.

Spiritualizing sex is actually a movement of energy—feeling and emotion—that rises within you and moves into your sexual physicality as an alive, tender, erotic, or passionate expression. Your bodies move without inhibition so all the energy can flow out of you. The erotic is a resource within each of us that lies in a deeply female and spiritual plane, firmly rooted in the power of our unexpressed or unrecognized feeling.

Handcrafted luxury clothing inspired by Indian nostalgia and mythology

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Handcrafted luxury clothing inspired by Indian nostalgia and mythology.