Stone sculptures and carvings are a beautiful and timeless addition to any outdoor landscaping or design project. Whether you are looking to add a focal point to your garden, create a unique entrance feature for your business, or enhance the natural beauty of a public space, stone sculptures can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any outdoor environment.Read now
Concept Stores, the Art of Curation and KhojAs we go about building an Indian online concept store, Khoj’s theme is about passionately exploring India’s rich landscape of craft and design. our love for discovery, crafts and handmade anchors the brand.Read now
Romancing the Jhula : How to integrate it into your homeRead now
Swings in the western world are considered a calming stress free activity – It releases endorphins into the body which makes us feel happier and more focused. But it is a truth, we in India have long known. It’s calming,...
10 Wall Décor Ideas for your HomeRead now
Want to refresh and create a new look for your home …Look no further than your walls to create a brand new look for your home ? Those walls are filled with possibilities—and a few additions can completely change the...
The 70 :30 Rule of InteriorsA simple rule of thumb many interior designers follow is the 70:30 hack for decorating a room. 70% of the room in one style and 30% in another. This delicious “Mix” of 2 or more styles creates a unique and eclectic look making the space more personal and individual and bringing your own personalised style signature.Read now
The Ritual Khoj : The Khoj Exhibition over the yearsRead now
The annual Khoj exhibition has been a ritual for many - representing an annual pre Diwali tradition to fill the house with a special piece or two and catch up with festivities.
Hari Krishnan, advertising professional, amateur artist, avid digital artist, is a typical Khoj insider. He's an avid collector of Khoj pieces, one of our biggest evangelists and a documenter of the Khoj exhibition over the years.
In this blog, he captures the exhibition glimpses from the years past, shares his personal collection and re-lives his discovery of Khoj.
Originilism and Tharu TribeRead now
Our partner, Mon Ami Foundation has shared a short writeup on their work with the Tharu Tribe. Also a short photo feature documenting the women and the creation of these beautiful baskets. Originalism and the Tharu Collection The...
The Legends of Shasthi and Ashtami during Durga PujaRead now
The Durga Puja in Bengal is an iconic festivity and captured in it's many moods and facets by various artists, photographers, filmmakers, authors over time.
For many of us who remain fascinated by the stories and rituals, Jashaswi Ghose, corporate lawyer and history buff takes us on a journey down the stories and symbolism behind the 6th and 8th days of the Pujo. He shares some images of his family Puja as well as some from Sotheby archives.
Raja Ravi Varma's Prized Decorated OleographsRead now
Raja Ravi Varma remains one of the most famed of all Indian artists even today. The popular images of mythological characters, such as Saraswati, Lakshmi , that most of us have grown up with, were created by Raja Ravi Verma...