HBT has been amazing. At the age of 2 1/2 he has and will be dragged through more every type of rug process. Today we visited Obeetee Rugs–while I have a lot to say about the day, here is how HBT interacted at Obeetee plant. Pictures taken by mom (me) as I document HBT day.
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A lot of hard work goes into the making of a hand knotted rug. See a glimpse of the people who work on the rug.
This is why I am in India. To help share the knowledge of the rug industry. To help show the social responsibility rug companies are doing for their workers and for their country. To learn more, visit our website http://www.rugnewsanddesign.com
What a wonderful day of learning. I grew up listening to my father talk about rugs. I joined the family magazine, Rug News andDesign. It was not until yesterday, that I realized while I understood the steps to making a hand knotted rug, I really did not get it. That is a whole separate post. Here I want to show some of the beauty of rural life, the handicrafts and my take away of driving an hour and half out of Jaipur to see a real working village– otherwise known as real life.
If you are interested to read about the work I am doing within the rug industry. Please visit http://www.rugnewsanddesign.com Posts will start on Monday. These posts focus on the rug industry.
The world is asleep, or at least the plane is. Yet I, the woman traveling with a small child is wide awake. I have rested but I could not sleep. My mind has a million thoughts going through its head.
I believe the saying goes — there might be 1,000 steps to the journey but it all begins with the first step.
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