Architectural Digest India


Chances are slim that most would be familiar with the intricacies and history of chokstes, the handcrafted wooden tables common to households in Ladakh. Or that of longpi ham—the black-stone pottery from a little hamlet in Manipur, which, at one point, only the rich from the state could afford. In a country long on history and longer on diversity, craft serves as an alternative study of a deep past—the deeper you dig the more offshoots you find. It’s

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