Apart from winter wear in India, you may have also seen colourful little pom poms adorning trucks and even dangling from knit straps on camels. The stories of their origin go to the era of the Vikings. The cute and adorable smushes of fur, feathers, ribbon, or wool known as Pompoms have been used across the world.

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This is the last episode in this limited series podcast. We created this series in the hope that the stories of these art forms stay with you and become a part of your life. We're hopeful that the next time you witness an artisan or their work, you'll recall not only this podcast, but also the journey of the art form itself and the artisans, who’ve spent years mastering their craft. We are glad that we could bring this series to you.

Special thanks to

Shabnam Khan

Indira Rawat

Produced by: Ideabrew Studios

Director: Aniruddha Pawade

Research & Script: Nupur Sonar

Voice Over: Hrishi K

Sound Design: Stanley Chacko


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