Arts & Crafts

For the last years, Indian capital has become a new cultural centre. Contemporary Art has conquered this city by convincing its inhabitants and travellers from the world. Multiplication of art galleries, expositions and artistic installations proves contemporary art success. Street art, which belongs to this movement, is specially echoed in […]

Dehi, a new artistic capital?

Woodblock printing is a technique for printing text, images or patterns widely used in Eastern Asia. Originating in China in antiquity, this is a method of printing on textiles and later paper. The woodblock printing remained the most common East Asian method of printing books and other texts, as well as images, […]

Woodblock printing in India

Are you attracted by street art? That’s good, because this year, 2015, will start by urban art festival organized by St+ART in Delhi. In 2014 St+ART India Foundation organized India’s first urban street art festival in Mumbai. During November and December, 20 International and Indian street artists took to the […]

Indian street art with St+ART

Yes, this is possible and this is what we advise you, especially if you don’t have a lot of time to spend in India. There are several options. You can take a taxi for the day, it is about 3 hours long to get to Agra, where the Taj Mahal […]

Taj Mahal in one day from Delhi ?

furniture market
 Inside Delhi’s popular neighborhood Lajpat Nagar, not far from its famous clothes market, you can find one of the most hidden and preserve traditional specialized market, known as Amar Colony Market. Not easy to find indeed, this open air market lays along a quiet peaceful street in which you are […]

Amar Colony, Furniture Market 

Here we are: India, the crowd of its inhabitants, its multitude of smells and its colorful diversity, not to mention the incessant noise. Zoom in Rajasthan (literally “land of kings”), focus on a “small” city of only 3 million, Jaipur *. This town is fairly recent, since the majority of […]


Rangoli is a painting made on the ground in a particular technique. This is a very common and popular art in India. The rangolis are often made ​​on the ground in yards or before the doorsteps. We find even more particularly in the (many) festivals, where they take the scale to […]


I can hear you, laughing sarcastically. “- Relax in Amritsar, the most polluted and noisy city of India? Mission impossible!” I hear you say. It was without counting on my conflicting mind. After six –fresh – hours train ride from Delhi, I arrived safely. While appear from all sides many […]

challenge : relaxing in Amritsar

August has deployed its sprawling heat on Rajasthan. Tourists, frightened, sweating profusely, are circulating in the deep silence of various temples and spacious palaces. My friend and I are no exception : the only time we have a semblance of freshness is when we are locked in our hotel room, under […]

Romantic break in Udaipur