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Sonar Swapna

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Created using handcrafted methods
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Biodegradable or environment friendly
In the heart of a bustling village, Tajkira Begum, accompanied by a cadre of local women, ignited the flame of Sonarswapna, or "golden dream." What began as a modest embroidery circle has blossomed into a vibrant collective, now boasting over 300 women and a handful of enthusiastic boys who later joined the journey. Together, they breathe new life into old garments through the ancient art of Kantha embroidery, a revered tradition deeply rooted in Indian heritage. With skilled hands and boundless creativity, they transform worn saris and dhotis into dazzling quilts, intricate plate covers, and exquisite garments, infusing each stitch with the essence of generations past. Beyond mere needlework, Kantha embodies a timeless narrative, passed down from mother to daughter, weaving together stories of resilience, heritage, and community. In this tapestry of tradition and innovation, Sonarswapna shines as a beacon of empowerment, where dreams take flight through the magic of Kantha.