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In HALI 201, we looked at tie-dye and other ‘shaped-resist’ textiles, which are culturally ubiquitous.
More than ever are we reminded of the interconnected nature of our world. In his editorial for HALI: The India Edition, Ben Evans muses on how this fact and its historical significance can be understood through the lens of Indian textiles.
In the regular HALI feature Thread of time, we connect two seemingly very different textiles through material, technique, iconography or use. In the two tapestry-woven textiles of this article, the link is the peacock.