What this tour is about:
For thousands of years, India has been the world’s leading producer of fine textiles. The country's ancient traditions include weaving, dyeing, printing, and embellishment of natural fabrics. This interactive session is a great opportunity to glimpse this rich legacy.
The workshop is conducted by a non-profit dedicated to reviving and documenting traditional sari motifs, techniques and their oral histories. The non-profit is run by a family who have been working with traditional textiles for over 40 years.
The session will include the following:
How it works:
During the session, we encourage you to ask questions, as well as share your own knowledge.
INR 1500 per person for 11-15 persons
INR 1750 per person for 9-10 persons
INR 2000 per person for 6-8 persons
INR 2500 per person for 4-5 persons
INR 2750 per person for 3 persons
INR 3000 per person for 2 persons
INR 5000 for a solo traveller
Museum entry fee, presentation on Indian textile traditions, sharing of experiences and samples, Discussion/Q&A session, draping session, bottled water, all taxes.
Transfers from/to hotel, meals.
We can arrange transfers at an additional charge. It depends on the number of people and location. Please write to us with details and we can send you the cost. Bangalore also has many taxi apps which you can use.