His paper-art sales fell to zero. Then he found online shop window for Indian crafts, founded as a non-profit by couple in Delhi

//His paper-art sales fell to zero. Then he found online shop window for Indian crafts, founded as a non-profit by couple in Delhi

His paper-art sales fell to zero. Then he found online shop window for Indian crafts, founded as a non-profit by couple in Delhi

Sanjhi, the ancient Indian art of paper-cutting using nature-inspired motifs, is how Ram Soni puts food on the table. It’s also a carefully preserved skill passed down through generations in his family.Using special scissors given to him by his parents, who taught him the craft at an early age, he patiently carves out intricate pieces from folded paper to create complex stencils that stand out against contrasting coloured paper.Soni’s sales dipped to zero as India went into a prolonged lockdown…

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