Sunday, April 26, 2015

Famous Saris of Odisha

A sari is a South Asian female garment, this sari is also pronounced as Saree or Shari, it consists of a drape varying from five to nine yards in length and two to four feet in breadth. Mostly in south Asian countries like India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka etc women like to wear sari very much. Odisha is a state of the country India; here also women love to wear different kinds of sari. There are very good designs of sari are available. Some famous categories of sari available in Odisha are: Pata sari, Sambalpuri sari, Pattachitra Sari, Sonepuri sari etc. there are many more are available.  

Sambalpuri  is one place situated in Odisha, here some beautiful sari are woven by skilled Odia weavers. Sambalpuri saris are handloom saris woven coarsely out of silk or cotton in Sambalpur. These Sambalpuri saris have their original style and design known as “Baandha”. This bandha refers to the technique of tying and dyeing of yarns to obtain a fixed design pattern. This Sambalpuri sari design is conceptualized and then the yarns are finely tied according to the desired patterns. So prevent absorption of dyes, and then dyed. The unique feature of this form of designing is the most important reason which makes very popular this sari. That the designs get reflected almost identically on both side of the fabric or consumers in all over the world like these sari very much. 

Famous Sambalpuri Pata Sarees available online

Another important type of sari designed in Odisha is pattachitra sari. This sari are inspired by famous pattachitra painting, in pattachitra sari the designes and paintings are showing the life style of Hindu gods, due to this reason pattachitra saris are very much important for Hindu peoples in all over the world, people from different countries like these saris  and try to collect these every time. After the invention of online shopping technology these peoples who are leaving in outside of India, get these pattachitra saris easily by the help an online shopping site

So these are some important saris available in Odisha. 

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Shopping: Traditional Shopping and Online Shopping

Traditional Shopping:

The activity of purchasing necessary products or things from market, shops or anywhere else, those we need in our day to day life is known as shopping. From old days in the time of our parents and their parents, those people prefer to purchase their daily used products from nearby shops and from local markets. And also they don’t have many choices of places from where they buy their domestic used products. In those time those people have do many things to get simple things, if we consider the shopping procedure of those time, then we can feel the problems that are faced by those peoples.

In those times for buying a product, consumers have to go to the local markets or local shops and buying that product, in this case there may be the possibility that the product for which you are looking is not available on that shop in that time, so in this case we need to compromise with your need or you need to go to another shop, which is a very tiring, time consuming and expensive process. In the process of visiting shop to shop, you need to do physical work which makes you tire and also in visiting shops to shop you need to spend some money in transportation so it is an expensive process. We can say these are the problems of traditional shopping technique.

Online Shopping
Online Shopping:

The above Mentioned problems are solved by a technique is known as online shopping technique. The online shopping technique makes easier the shopping. Through this online shopping people have access to buy their useful products by sitting on their home, which reduces their physical effort, save their important time and also save money. An online shopping reduces the physical analogy of buying products or services from an online shopping store.  The service provided by online shopping stores are directly from seller to consumer, so we can consider this service as the process of business-to-consumer (B2C) online shopping. In the case where a business buys from another business, the process is called business-to-business (B2B) online shopping.  So this is a brief discussion about shopping and online shopping. 

Friday, April 24, 2015

Famous Dhokra art of Odisha and Online Shopping

The state Odisha is a place of arts and artists. There are many kinds of arts are found in all over the state, one of the fine art form is “Dhokra art” this art is very popular in all over the state and also in all over the country. Various products of this Dhokra art are: Dhokra horses, elephants, peacocks, owls, religious images, measuring bowls, and lamp caskets and many more others. These art pieces are very much liked by peoples of Odisha, also in foreign countries people like these products very much, Especially in American countries, European countries and in Australian countries people like this Dhokra art.  

Handicrafts of Odisha available online
This art are basically made by lost-wax casting technique. Lost-wax technique is a technique in which a duplicate metal sculpture is cast from an original sculpture. Dependent on the sculptor's skills, intricate works can be achieved by this lost-wax method. This lost-wax technique was very old technique in India, India skilled Dhokra artist had been used this technique over 4,000 years and is still also they are using this. The Dhokra art pieces are so popular that people in all over the world want these products to decorate their homes but availability of these products in markets of different countries is not sufficiently present. So people those want these products are not getting these properly. And the Dhokra artists are also not capable of selling their products in international markets. Which causes lose for both manufactures and consumers.

Onlineshopping technique help in this case, by the online shopping technique the availability of the Dhokra products are increases in all over the globe, so people can purchase it easily. Another important thing is the consumers don’t need to go anywhere for purchasing the products they can buy Dhokra products from their homes. So popularity of this art more increases by this online shopping technology. And also it helps Dhokra manufactures in selling their products.  

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Indian Handicrafts and Online Shopping

India is a very big country and very diverse in culture and traditions, there are verities of different kinds of people are leaving together. According to the different geographical locations the culture and tradition are differs. In different geographical area the life style of people are different. Mostly the culture of people in different regions of Indian people are differs from each other.  According to the geographical location, climate of that location, culture and tradition of the people lived in that location. According to the culture of different regions the arts and crafts are different in different locations the country India. As we know India is a big country of 29 states, in each state people having some unique arts and crafts according to their local culture.
Handicrafts are those products or objects which are made completely by hands or by simple tools. As these products are completely made by hands so the name of these products is handicraft, usually the people who are made very useful and decorative objects from very simple materials are called handcraft maker and the products those are made by a handicraft maker are called handicrafts. In India there are many kinds of handicrafts are present, in each state and in each culture these are many skilled workers are present who are capable of making very attractive and decorative products from very simple things. Some of the examples of the arts and crafts made by Indian skilled artist are: Pattachitra art, Dhokra Art, Silver Art, Chandua Art etc. India arts and crafts are very much popular in all over the globe, every where people want to purchase these Indian handicrafts, so the demand of the Indianhandicrafts are very much in almost every countries.

Handcrafted Patachitra Art of India available online
Onlineshopping technique is a technique that is very much helpful in controlling the demand of the Indian handicrafts in international market. People in various countries those want to purchase the handicraft products, they can easily get their products from online shopping sites. As this online shopping technology reduces the cost of the product then it is very much liked by people. Nowadays thousands of people in all over the world using this online shopping technology for purchasing different kind of products. 

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Cloths Shopping in Odisha With Online Shopping Sites

Odisha is a state of Indian on the subcontinent's east coast; Odisha has 485 km of coastline along the Bay of Bengal. This state Odisha is surrounded by the Indian states of West Bengal to the north-east and in the east, Jharkhand to the north, Chhattisgarh to the west and north-west and Andhra Pradesh to the south. In ancient time people know this state Odisha in the name of kalinga.  According to history the ancient kingdom Kalinga was a very powerful and rich state on that time. People called this state Odisha in another name in old days that is “Utkal” the name Utkal was called because of the beautiful art and culture of this state. The modern state of Orissa was established on 1 April 1936, as a province in British India and consisted predominantly of Oriya speakers.1 April is therefore celebrated as Utkala Dibasa (foundation day of Odisha).
Online Saree Shopping 

People of Odisha very much like to wear good cloths from ancient time, now days also the madness for good cloths are available. Due to many odia people like to wear good cloths, there are many variety of good cloths are available in Odisha. Mostly in Odisha women like to wear different kinds of Saree and men like to wear Kurta and dhoti, in ancient days these are many handlooms Saree weavers are present in Odisha who are design very good and beautiful Saree.
Online shopping in Odisha is fast becoming popular as there are-no waiting in lines or in traffic, you can shop from the convenience of your home, easier to do comparison shopping, discounts and you can shop at any time without restrictions. The city has a booming economy and that reflects well in the shopping style of the Orissa people. Apart from the regular shops and snobbish malls, today online shopping in Orissa grows in popularity as more people are turning to online shopping for all their needs.

Orissa online shopping is easy, convenient and less time-consuming. You will just have to choose your favorite product, call or email or just drop a note at the website that you have entered and the product will be delivered to you within a very short span of time. You will just need a Credit or Debit Card or net banking with requisite money, order online and have the product at your home. There are various products to buy, shop online in Orissa, the one stop solution for all our requirements.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Today Celebrating Akshaya Tritiya all over in India

Akshaya Tritiya is a special day for Hindus and Jains. In this auspicious day peoples of India buying gold. Organised pujas for Laxmi Mata and Sri Ganesh Ji's. Business man started to keep new accounts book. Also some people started their business in this special day. Every shops and other business places arrange some sweet and soft drinks for their customers in this day. Enjoy this festival and grow your business.

Celebrating Akshaya all over India

Monday, April 20, 2015

Dia Mirza love to wear Indian silk sarees

Dia Mirza a famous name in Indian films. She acted number of bollywood films and other regional languages films like Tamil, Telugu, Bengali etc. Her stunning beauty and tremendous acting ability always acceptable by the Indian movie lovers. She always love to wear Indian Silk Sarees. In any social occassion and public gatherings we her found her with a silk sarees. ow anyone can buy Indian silk sarees from anywhere in the world through online shopping stores.

Dia Mirza love India silk sarees

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Importance of good cloths in our lifestyle

Shopping is a magical word for women in all over the world. Shopping is our necessity. We need some products in day to day life for surviving a better and comfortable life. Those products we need in our day to day life we prefer to purchase them from a shop near to our home. Basically we need food materials, cloths, shoes, and other domestic products to survive in our day to day life.  As food, cloth and shelter these three are basic need for a human being. But people not just consider these things as only need, they like these products very much. Some people like food, some people like their home and some people love to wear very fashionable cloths.
Now day’s people are becoming very social and they are meeting with each other in society. So it is very important that their appearance need to be impressive. So that people with whom they are meeting having good impression on them. As there is a proverb present that “first impression is last impression” so you need to give a good impression while you are meeting with a person.
In these situations your cloths, help you in creating a good impression on the peoples with whom you meeting. Good cloths make you more stylish and fashionable, so people pay more interest on you. Another thing is by wearing good stylish cloths self confidence increases in you which ads a positive impact on your personality. By looking good you can achieve success in both your professional and personal lives. So it an important factor that you should wear a good kind of cloths.
For good looks you not only need to take good care of your personal health and hygiene but also you need to have best clothing items. So that you appearance will be good enough to attractive other persons.
Buy Lifestyles clothes from Online Stores
Mostly people prefer to buy cloths and other materials from nearer shops, but in this process there may be some problems arises like, one kind of design you like it may chase that that dress may not present in that store, in that case you need to go to some other store, and also there not any guaranty that you get that product on that shop. So in this way you lose your valuable time and money.
These types of problem may be solved by online shopping stores, because from these stores you get many products by sitting at your home. You don’t need to go to the shop for purchasing the product. You can purchase your liked product in your home by the help of online shopping sites.

So keep visiting from online shopping stores and buy some good cloths and have an impressive look.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Arts and Crafts Exporters of India

All of we known that India is a country of arts and artists. There are art forms and handicraft present from ancient days. Indian people like their art and culture very much and always try to maintain their culture. The handloom weavers and handicraft makes still doing very hard work for maintaining their culture of manufacturing handloom and handicraft products in traditional way. The traditional procedure or process of manufacturing the handloom and handicraft products are very difficult and tiring process. And also this process is very lengthy. So the handloom weavers and handicraft artist are not get enough pries for their work. Because these artists are leaving in the villages far away from cities and in local market people don’t prefer to spend much more money for handloom and handicraft products. In small cities people just purchase products to satisfy their need, so this small cities are not suitable for these handloom weavers and for handicraft works and another thing is these workers cont sell their products in big cities or outer countries by their own. Because they are not so much aware about this thing, so it is a big problem for handloom weavers and handicraft artist.
Handcrafted Patachitra Sarees Export

There are some people trying to solve these problems of weavers and handicraft artist by helping them in selling their products, these people purchase these products from these people in their village and bring these products to big cities and sell them also sending to outside of the country, these people are called handloom and handicraft product exporters of India. By this exporting of handloom and handicraft products both handloom weavers, handicraft artist and theses exports are getting benefits. These exporters purchasing products from handloom weavers and handicraft artist on that pries after adding some profit they sell those products, do both side people getting benefits from this exporting services.
Now in current scenario due to the evaluation of online shopping technology the work of these exporters becomes very easier now they don’t need to export plenty of products to different countries shoppers and they also don’t need to wait until their products are purchased by customers. Now they only create their online shopping sites and make stock of all the products with them, when they get order from customer then they send the product through courier services. So by this way their profit increases and risk decreases. Due to which now days more people paying interest on doing this exporting business.
Now days these are many Indian peoples and shopping sites are present in all over the Odisha. One of the famous online shopping sites is Odisha Saree Store where, these people promoting the traditional Odia Saris like sanbalpuri Saree, Pattachitra Saree, Sonepuri Saree etc famous Saris. Through their site they increase the popularity of these famous Odia Saris. So we can say them Odisha’s fastest growing online shopping site or handloom and handicraft exporters.
So these are some discussion about the handloom products and handicraft products exports of India. 

Friday, April 17, 2015

Famous Sonepuri Saree or Bomkai Sari of Odisha

In Odisha most of the women like to wear Saree. There are many varieties of Saree are present in Odisha. Some of the famous Saree designs are Sambalpuri Saree,   Sonepuri Saree or Bomkai, Pattachitra Saree etc. 
Sonepuri Saree or Bomkai is produced by the Community known as “Bhulia”. This Bhulia community people are generally found in Subarnapur district of Orissa, India. In particular, the famous Saree designs Bomkai are the traditional design of Bhulia Community. This Saree was produced in the village named Bomkai of Ganjam district of Orissa. During the time of Ramai Dev, it was introduced in Sonepur. After that it was famous in the name Sonepuri Saree. Sonepur handloom sarees, Sonepuri paatas and silk sarees are popular items displayed at various fashion shows and people like these Saree very much.

Handloom Silk Sarees of Odisha available online

Famous Saree designer Padmashri Kailash Chandra Meher was well known person in Western Odisha for his weaving skills in Saree weaving. He was working as an Art Designer in Weaver Service Centre Bhubaneswar, under Development Commissioner Handloom, New Delhi, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India. He is doing some creative design in textiles. He had developed some old Bomkai designs, which has attracted the market and product being named as Bomkai Saree. This Bomkai Saree is as same design as Sonepuri Saree. So sonepuri Saree are also called bomkai Saree. People in not in odisha but in all over the india and in all over the world like this sonepuri Saree very much.

The “Radhakunja” a kind of Sonepuri Saree was a great attraction in the wedding of Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai. Three Sonepuri Sari were designed by master craftsman Chaturbhuja Meher at Sonepur and supplied to the Bachchans. In the weeding function Aishwarya Rai wear this Sonepuri Saree. 
Now days after the invention of online shopping technology, the demand of this Saree are increases in a faster way.   

So these are some things about the famous Sonepuri Saree of Odisha. 

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Benefits of Samalpuri Saree Weavers for online shopping

Sambalpuri Saree is one of the best kinds of Saree manufactured in Odisha, India. These Sambalpuri Saree is made from fabric woven on a hand-loom and is popular throughout India. Also in outside of India people like these Saree, These are many Varieties of this Sambalpuri Saree are present, some of the examples are:- Sonepuri Saree, Pasapali Saree, Bomkai Saree, Barpali Saree, and Bapta Saree, these are in high demand in all over the world. Most of the Saree have been named after their places of origin and are popularly known as Pata. These pata saree are very much famous for its paintings on the Saree. Paintings on Tussar Saree depicting Mathura Vijay, Raslila and Ayodhya Vijay owe their origin to ‘Raghurajpur patta paintings’. These paintings are very beautiful and attract the customers, so demand of these sambalpuri Saree are very huge in all over the globe.

                      Sambalpuri Saree available for Online Shopping                                
Due to this demand of this sambalpuri Saree in outside of the country people started exporting Saree from Odisha to other countries like USA, Australia, and England etc countries. These people who are exporting these Sambalpuri Saree are called Exporters of these Saree. These people are playing an important role for the development of this textile industry of sambalpuri Saris. Nowadays the work of these people is becomes very easier due to the evaluation of online shopping technology.
Also the weavers of the Sambalpuri Saree are getting many benefits from this online shopping technology, some of the benefits are:

1.   Weavers get more customers so they sell more Saree and earn more money.
2.   They get good prices for their product.
3.   Exporters collect the Saree from their villages so the weavers have free from the duty of    transporting the Saree from their village to town.
4.   Through online shopping the popularity of these weavers increases, so get more benefits.

So these are some ways how the Sambalpuri Saree Weavers get benefits from onli9ne shopping Technology. 

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Indian handicrafts and its classifications

India is big country, and these are any peoples of different culture and tradition is leaving together. These are many varieties of arts and crafts are present. Crafts are an integral part for Indian people, despite the rapid social and technological changes that are taking place in all over the globe. In the Western world, special artists create craft objects and they are considered as luxury items. But in India like many other developing countries it is the main source of employment for a vast majority of the population, after agriculture. Indian handicraft manufactures and artist who creating the handicrafts is very much depending upon these crafts for running their life. As this is the income source for these people so they worship their work and give very much respect towards their profession. So the products they create are very good and attractive.

Handicrafts can be defined simply as objects made by hands. The Indian skilled workers made very good and attractive designed products by their hand and which carry a part of the creator as well as centuries of evolutionary tradition.

Dhokra Art of Odsiha available online

Classifications of handicrafts: there are mainly three types of handicrafts

1    1. Folk crafts:  Folk embroideries are a very popular craft in India. It is done by the village women folk of India are a good example. There are craftsmen who are specialized in creating textiles or jewellery which meet the criteria set up by a particular group of people, usually a particular caste or community. This is very unique craft and very much liked by people of India.

2.  2. Religious crafts: In religious crafts we found the influence of religious centers and themes. These craft items are connected with religious institutions and relevant ceremonies. There are various religious places in India are specialized in particular craft items. For example, Varanasi and Kanchipuram in Tamilnadu specialize in weaving clothes for religious ceremonies, particularly silk materials. Similarly Puri in Odisha, which is a big pilgrim center, is connected with crafts like patacharita- a painting on cloth and wood and stone carvings.

3.   3. Commercial crafts: Commercial crafts are even having sub groups, which work for particular groups, and their tools and techniques may vary. The Weavers, the Dyers, the Printers, the Goldsmiths and the Carpenters are some of the commercial craftsmen. The products produced by these are called commercial crafts.

So these are some classifications of Indian handicrafts.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Indian cloths and weaving techniques

We are going to discus about Indian cloths and it’s weaving techniques. In India clothing style and cloths varies from region to region depending on the ethnicity of that place, geographical location, climate of that place, culture and traditions of the people of that area. Generally clothing’s of men and women are a little bit of different. These cloths have evolved from simple Langat, and loincloths to cover the body to elaborate costumes not only used in daily wear but also on festivals and special occasions as well as rituals and dance performances. In urban areas of India, mainly western clothing is common and uniformly worn by people of all strata. India also has a great diversity in terms of weaves, fibers, colors and material of clothing. There are many varieties of Color codes are followed in clothing based on the religion and ritual point of view. We can take an example that in India there are many Hindu families present while the Hindu ladies wear white clothes to indicate mourning, at that time Parses and Christians wear white cloths during weddings. This is an example of diversity of Indian cloths.    

Handloom Silk Sarees of India Available Online
These are many variety of weaving techniques were employed in India since ancient days; many of those weaving techniques still survive to the present day. Generally Silk and cotton were woven into various designs and motifs, each region developing its own distinct style and technique of weaving. Some Famous weaving styles among these weaving techniques were the Jamdani, Kasika vastra of Varanasi, butidar and the Ilkal saree, Brocades of silk were woven with gold and silver threads and were deeply influenced by Persian designs. The Dyeing of clothes in ancient India was practiced as an art form.      

So these are some famous weaving techniques of India.  Still now days these are many good skillful artists are present who creating very good and attractive products, which are exported to many different frozen countries. These arts are our proud. Now days due to online shopping technique the demand of these art increasing day by day. Many frozen people like these products and using these. 

Monday, April 13, 2015

Benefits of shopping from online stores

Every one like shopping especially women and girls, they very much like to do shopping. Buying different types of cloths, jewelries, make up kit etc are most favorite thing for women in all over the world. But they don’t like to go shop to shop and buy products they want their products in an easier way. The problems are arises during traditional way of marketing or shopping, women don’t like it very much.
In past times people need to do many things for purchasing products or mostly saying for shopping people need to do things like:

1.  At first they need to gather information about the market and the products those they want to purchase, after getting the information go to the shop and chose the product and there may be possibility that the product may not be suitable for you or it may not be liked by you, in these situations you need to go to another shop or another market for purchasing your liked or your needed product. This process is very tiring and consumes consumer’s valuable time and money.

2.  So people searching for an alternative for this problem. In this situation people found that online shopping was very much helpful for them. And shopping any product from online stores is very much easy and effective.

Benefits of Online Shopping
Due to the many benefits provided by these online shopping technique people are very much like this and its popularity going high day by day. Some benefit of online shopping are:-

1.  Online shopping makes easier the process of shopping. Now consumer don’t go shop to shop and purchase their products, they can buy their products from online stores from their home.
2.  Due to consumer don’t need to go outside for purchasing products, they save their valuable time and money.
3.  Due to this online shopping technique people have much variety of products with them, which they don’t get from a shopping store         

Like this there are many more advantages of this online shopping are available so now these days people like to shop from these online shopping stores.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Three Famous Odia Saree Designes

These are many famous saree are available in Odisha, due to women of this state Odisha like to wear Saree, so there are many types of Saree are available. Some of the famous saree are:

1.     Sambalpuri Saree:

ambalpuri Saree is a traditional handwoven ikat saree. it is called shadhi by local people. Where in the warp and the weft are tie-dyed before weaving. So these saree are loking very beautiful. These saree are produced in the district like Bargarh, Sonepur, Sambalpur, Balangir Boudh of Odisha. The saree is one of the female traditional garments in the Indian Subcontinent consisting of a strip of unstitched cloth ranging from four to nine meters in length that is draped over the body in various styles.

Famous sonepuri saree available online

2.     Sonepuri Saree:

Sonepuri Saree or also called Bomkai Saree are produced by a community of Subarnapur district of Orissa, India known as “Bhulia”.  These “Bhulia”  people are very much good in weaving saree. In particular, the famous sari designs Bomkai are the traditional designs that was produced in the village named as Bomkai of Ganjam district of Orissa, India. During the time of Ramai Dev the then ruler of Patna it was introduced in Sonepur. Sonepur handloom sarees, Sonepuri paatas and silk sarees are popular items displayed at various fashion shows and everywhere people like these saree very much.

3.     Khandua Saree:

Khandua Saree  or also known as  Maniabandi or Kataki is a traditional "bandha" or ikat sari produced from Orissa, India. Worn by women during wedding  and a special type of which is worn by the Lord Jagannath (the famous Hindu God). The artist of these clothes paint texts of Gita Govinda on them. Kenduli Khandua, a special form of Khandua of 12 ft and 2 kani (each kani measures the length of a hand) is offered to Jagannath to wear as khandua with stanzas and illustration from Gita Govinda. So from religious point of view these sareee are very much liked by people of Odisha.
These are very famous Saree designs available in Odisha, but very where people like these Saree verymuch.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Saree and online shopping technology

In India most of women like to wear saree. Basically sari, saree or saris a South Asian female garment that consists of a drape varying from five to nine yards (4.57 meters to 8.23 meters) in length and two to four feet (60 cm to 1.20 m) in breadth that is typically wrapped around the waist, with one end draped over the shoulder, baring the midriff.

The sari is usually known as petticoat in Marathi tradition, Lehenga in the north India,  in Tamil it is known as pavadai, people called pavada (or occasionally langa) in Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu, chaniyo, parkar, ghaghra, or ghagaro in the west  and shaya in eastern India). saree mostly wearied with a fitted upper garment very well known as blouse ( this blouse is called ravika in the south and choli in other parts). The blouse has short sleeves and is usually cropped at the midriff. The Saree is associated with grace and is widely regarded as a symbol of Indian, Pakistani, Nepalese, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan culture.

Indian Handloom Sarees available online
Online Shopping:             

Online shopping is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to directly buy goods or services from a seller over the Internet using a web browser. This online shopping helps people in various ways. Alternative this is known as e-web-store, e-shop, e-store, Internet shop, web-shop, web-store, online store, and online storefront and virtual store. Mobile commerce or m-commerce describes purchasing from an online retailer's mobile optimized online site or app. An online shop evokes the physical analogy of buying products or services at a bricks-and-mortar retailer or shopping center; the process is called business-to-consumer (B2C) online shopping. In the case where a business buys from another business, the process is called business-to-business (B2B) online shopping. The largest of these online retailing corporations are Alibaba,, and eBay etc.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Bandhani art of Gujarat

India is a country full of arts and crafts. Bandhani art is one of the most popular craft of India, this is mostly found in Gujarat, this type of tie-dye practiced mainly in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat, India. The word bandhani is derived from the Sanskrit word “bandan” which means to tie. This bandhani is also known as Bandhej or Tie Dye or Bandhni or Bandana, etc. according to the regional area and the pronunciation of that area.This art of Bandhani is a highly skilled process that is too difficult, but the skillful artist of India made these with lots of hard work and traditional skills. The technique involves dyeing a fabric which is tied tightly with a thread at several points, so that many variety of patterns like Leheriya, Mothra, Ekdali and Shikari are produced by depending on the manner in which the cloth is tied. In this process the main colors used in Bandhani are yellow, red, blue, green and black. After the processing is over Bandhani work, results into a variety of symbols including, dots, squares, waves and strips. Bandhani pieces can be dyed by natural and artificial colors so these are very attractive in looking, because of this people like these products. 

Bandhani Art work on Garments
Mostly Bandhani colors are dark, no light color is used, and the background is mostly in black / red cloth. So the color combination is eye caching. The Khatri community of Kutchh is the community which, The Bandhani work has been exclusively carried out. A meter length of cloth can have thousands of tiny knots known as "Bheendi" in the local language ("Kutchhi"). Four bheendis are known as a "Kadi".  After dyeing in bright colors the knots form a design are opened very clearly. Traditionally, the final products can be classified into "khombhi", "Ghar Chola", "Patori", "Chandrokhani" etc. which are the most popular products of Gujarat. In all over the India Bhuj and Mandvi of Kutch district of Gujarat are the most popular districts in manufacturing finest quality of bandhani products. So this is some facts about bandhani art of Gujarat,India.

2015 list of awardees for Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri

The 2015 list comprises of 9 Padma Vibhushan, 20 Padma Bhushan and 75 Padma Shri Awardees are are follows:  

Padma Vibhushan: 9

1. LK Advani- Public Affairs- Gujarat
2. Amitabh Bachchan- Art- Maharashtra
3. Prakash Singh Badal- Public Affairs- Punjab
4. Dr D Veerendra Heggade- Social Work- Karnataka
5. Mohammad Yusuf Khan alias Dilip Kumar- Art- Maharashtra
6. Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Swami Rambhadracharya- Others- Uttar Pradesh
7. Prof Malur Ramaswamy Srinivasan- Science and Engineering- Tamil Nadu
8. Kottayan K. Venugopal- Public Affairs- Delhi
9.s Karim Al Hussaini Aga Khan (Foreigner)- Trade and Industry- France/UK

Padma Bhushan: 20

1. Jahnu Barua- Art- Assam
2. Dr Vijay Bhatkar- Science and Engineering- Maharashtra
3. Shri Swapan Dasgupta- Literature and Education- Delhi
4. Swami Satyamitranand Giri- Others- Uttar Pradesh
5. N Gopalaswami- Civil Service- Tamil Nadu
6. Dr Subhash C Kashyap- Public Affairs- Delhi
7. Dr (Pandit) Gokulotsavji Maharaj- Art- Madhya Pradesh
8. Dr Ambrish Mithal- Medicine - Delhi
9. Sudha Ragunathan- Art- Tamil Nadu
10. Shri Harish Salve- Public Affairs- Delhi
11. Dr Ashok Seth- Medicine- Delhi
12. Rajat Sharma- Literature and Education- Delhi
13. Satpal- Sports- Delhi
14. Shivakumara Swami- Others- Karnataka
15. Dr Kharag Singh Valdiya- Science and Engineering- Karnataka
16. Prof Manjul Bhargava (NRI/PIO)- Science and Engineering- USA
17. David Frawley (Vamadeva) (Foreigner)- Others- USA
18. Bill Gates (Foreigner)- Social Work- USA
19. Melinda Gates (Foreigner)- Social Work- USA
20. Saichiro Misumi (Foreigner)- Others- Japan

Padma Shri: 75

1. Dr Manjula Anagani- Medicine- Telangana
2. S Arunan- Science and Engineering- Karnataka
3. Kanyakumari Avasarala- Art- Tamil Nadu
4. Dr Bettina Sharada Baumer- Literature and Education- Jammu and Kashmir
5. Naresh Bedi- Art- Delhi
6. Ashok Bhagat- Social Work- Jharkhand
7. Sanjay Leela Bhansali- Art- Maharashtra
8. Dr Lakshmi Nandan Bora- Literature and Education- Assam
9. Dr Gyan Chaturvedi- Literature and Education- Madhya Pradesh
10. Prof (Dr) Yogesh Kumar Chawla- Medicine- Chandigarh
11. Jayakumari Chikkala- Medicine- Delhi
12. Bibek Debroy- Literature and Education- Delhi
13. Dr Sarungbam Bimola Kumari Devi- Medicine- Manipur
14. Dr Ashok Gulati- Public Affairs- Delhi
15. Dr Randeep Guleria- Medicine- Delhi
16. Dr KP Haridas- Medicine- Kerala
17. Rahul Jain- Art- Delhi
18. Ravindra Jain- Art- Maharashtra
19. Dr Sunil Jogi- Literature and Education- Delhi
20. Prasoon Joshi- Art- Maharashtra
21. Dr Prafulla Kar- Art- Odisha
22. Saba Anjum- Sports- Chhattisgarh
23. Ushakiran Khan- Literature and Education- Bihar
24. Dr Rajesh Kotecha- Medicine- Rajasthan
25. Prof Alka Kriplani- Medicine Delhi
26. Dr Harsh Kumar- Medicine- Delhi
27. Narayana Purushothama Mallaya- Literature & Education- Kerala
28. Lambert Mascarenhas- Literature and Education- Goa
29. Dr Janak Palta McGilligan- Social Work- Madhya Pradesh
30. Veerendra Raj Mehta- Social Work- Delhi
31. Tarak Mehta- Art- Gujarat
32. Neil Herbert Nongkynrih (Art), Meghalaya
33. Chewang Norphel- Others- Jammu and Kashmir
34. TV Mohandas Pai- Trade and Industry- Karnataka
35. Dr Tejas Patel- Medicine- Gujarat
36. Jadav Molai Peyang- Others- Assam
37. Bimla Poddar- Others- Uttar Pradesh
38. Dr N Prabhakar- Science and Engg- Delhi
39. Dr Prahalada- Science and Engg- Maharashtra
40. Dr Narendra Prasad- Medicine- Bihar
41. Ram Bahadur Rai- Literature and Education- Delhi
42. Mithali Raj- Sports- Telangana
43. PV Rajaraman- Civil Service- Tamil Nadu
44. Prof JS Rajput- Literature and Education- Uttar Pradesh
45. Kota Srinivasa Rao- Art- Andhra Pradesh
46. Prof Bimal Roy- Literature and Education- West Bengal
47. Shekhar Sen- Art- Maharashtra
48. Gunvant Shah- Literature and Education- Gujarat
49. Brahmdev Sharma- Literature and Education- Delhi
50. Manu Sharma- Literature and Education- Uttar Pradesh
51. Prof Yog Raj Sharma- Medicine- Delhi
52. Vasant Shastri- Science and Engg- Karnataka
53. SK Shivkumar- Science and Engg- Karnataka
54. PV Sindhu- Sports- Telangana
55. Sardara Singh- Sports- Haryana
56. Arunima Sinha-Sports- Uttar Pradesh
57. Mahesh Raj Soni- Art- Rajasthan
58. Dr Nikhil Tandon- Medicine- Delhi
59. H Thegtse Rinpoche- Social Work- Arunachal Pradesh
60. Dr Hargovind Laxmishanker Trivedi- Medicine- Gujarat
61. Huang Baosheng- Others- China
62. Prof Jacques Blamont- Science and Engg- France
63. Late Syedna Mohammad Burhanuddin- Others- Maharashtra (Posthumous)
64. Jean-Claude Carriere- Literature and Education - France
65. Dr Nandrajan 'Raj' Chetty- Literature and Education- France
66. George L Hart- Others- USA
67. Jagat Guru Amrta Suryananda Maha Raja- Others- Portugal
68. Late Meetha Lal Mehta- Social Work- Rajasthan (Posthumous)
69. Tripti Mukherjee- Art- USA
70. Dr Dattatreyudu Nori- Medicine- USA
71. Dr Raghu Rama Pillarisetti (Medicine), USA
72. Dr Saumitra Rawat- Medicine- UK
73. Prof Annette Schmiedchen (Literature and Education), Germany
74. Late Pran Kumar Sharma alias Pran- Art- Delhi (Posthumous)
75. Late R Vasudevan- Civil Service- Tamil Nadu (Posthumous)

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Summer Season over view

Summer Season is a season falling between spring and autumn. This is a very hot season of year. In this season the temperature reached to maximum. So everywhere people feel very hot weather throughout the summer season. 
In the summer season, the days are very long and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the season progresses after the solstice. The date of the beginning of summer varies according to climate of the earth, but when it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere, and vice versa.
If we consider on weather of summer season then traditionally it’s associated with hot or warm weather. In this summer season temperature increases to maximum extent. In the Mediterranean regions, people face very dry weather during this summer season, while in other places like in Eastern Asia it is associated with rainy weather because of the Monsoon.    
Handloom Cotton Sarees for this Summer Season
In most of the countries during summer season people face many difficulties. Especially in countries like India and others where population is very vast, in these countries during summer season people face may difficulties. Due to the temperature these people can’t able to work properly which affects their financial condition.  So this season creates many difficulties for these peoples.  
In India summer season starts from March and ends at June, during these months the summer season is the hottest time in most of the parts of India. For a tropical country this a very hectic season, summer scorches almost all the parts of India with sweltering heat. Hot winds and scorching sun are the two most inseparable constituents of Indian summer.      

During this summer season Light cotton clothes are more preferred by people of India.  

So summer is not advisable to the tourists to visit the country because during the month the temperature crosses even 45 degrees in India. So it’s not good of visit.                                  

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

A Brief Description of Indian handicraft

India is a big country where many peoples of different culture and community are leaving together in peaceful manner. In India many skilled artist are present who create many beautiful art pieces from ordinary things by using very simple tool and their hand. These art pieces are known as handicrafts, because the Indian skilled artist made these products by hand then its name suggested Indian handicrafts. There are many community and cultures are present In India so there are many handicraft forms are also available, each trivial, community having their own style on producing these handicrafts. Some more popular handicrafts of India are:

Gujarati handicrafts      
Gujarat is well known for its beautiful textile products. Rajasthan is another state present near to it, the two states share similarities in culture and identity. Handicrafts of both states are having many similarities. Bandhani a unique Gujarati handicraft, fabric is tied at different sections before dying to create patterns and producing beautiful textile products. Conch shell and shellac bangles are other types of crafts made by artists in this region.

South Indian crafts

Handicrafts present in south part of India are known as south Indian crafts. The diversity of religious beliefs has had a great impact on the crafts of Southern India. The region has seen the rule of various empires such as the Mughal, Portuguese, Dutch, French and British. Each has left their mark of style on traditional crafts. The craft industry of South India has established itself commercially in the nation, whilst reflecting a long history of foreign rule. In the stone crafts of south India we can feel this influence of French, British etc.

Handcrafted patachitra art on sarees available online

Odisha handicrafts

Odisha is another of India where very good handicrafts are present, some of crafts are:
i.            Dhokara art of Dhenkanal
ii.         Tarakasi art of Cuttack (tarakasi is a art of producing beautiful things in silver).
iii.      Pattachitra art of Puri (pattachitra is atraditional painting technique, here these skilled artist are producing good painting of Lord Jagannath and other Hindu gods in a cloth)

These are some arts or handicrafts of India, these are many other are present.