Symbolizinghope, understanding, and possibilities windows are the literal bridge between two worlds. Leela sees both worlds. She paces the halls close to the windows ready to leap. She reminds us tohold tight to hopeand leap at all opportunities. If a haven ever turns into a cage, break free.
70cm x 170cm
Designed in Canada / Hand-finished by local women artisans in India70cm x
A haveli is a traditional townhouse or mansion in the Indian subcontinent. Within the Hindu tradition, Shrinathji is believed to be a living deity. The residence of the deity is referred to as a haveli or mansion. The pichvais of Shrinathji’s haveli feature the visual representation of the town of Nathdwara. The haveli comprises of a maze of streets and architecture and their internal and external environs. They were envisioned to serve as reminders of the miraculous events and sacred objects associated with the life of Krishna.
This item ships from RARA's studio in Toronto. Packages come directly from each designer and therefore may arrive from multiple locations, taking varying times to prepare and deliver
RARA is a story of survival; inspired out of a love for rare animals and rare art forms. Born in India, now living and working in Toronto, Radhika Maheshwar founded RARA as a way to revive and highlights the many ancient art forms and processes she grew up with. Giving the traditions a new life through modern interpretations, each collection depicts a unique endangered animal.
RARA designs designed in Canada, hand-finished by local women artisans, in India using 100% silk. Radhika donates 10% of profits toward the conservation of the animal featured in each collection.