The evidence of India’s textile admiration is the number of words in English: calico, pajama, gingham, dungaree, chintz, and khaki…
Historically Indian textile has evolved into a wide range according to nuances of migratory weavers, foreign invasions and religious influences.
Our weavers, dyers, printers and embroiderers have developed techniques and cloth types that varied from region to region, from wild silk in Assam and Odisha to fine cotton muslin in Bengal. Each specific to a region of their origin. Practised by particular community of craftsmen who are still following age old tradition.
Royal Expeditions is your connection to insider visits to traditional weavers, embroiders and knitters.
This tour is designed for those interested in textiles, tribes and photography. We travel in West Indian beginning in Ahmedabad, travelling west to Dwarka and then onwards to Bhuj, exploring the rich textiles traditions of the Kutch and Gujarat regions.ITINERARY DETAILS
Your journey begins in the cosmopolitan city of Mumbai – commercial, financial and trade capital of the country. Then you will fly to Aurangabad and visit the superb caves at Ajanta and Ellora.ITINERARY DETAILS