Textiles from the royal Indian courts and the demands of the Kings and Queens and their little cousins would have driven any tailor/designer up the wall. Textiles produced for India’s royal courts demonstrated the wealth of rulers and the skills of craftsmen. Surviving pieces from the 15th century onwards show that courtly patronage produced some of the finest textiles ever made.
“In the Deccan, meticulously hand-drawn and dyed cottons were made for courtly clothing and furnishings. In south India, Hindu rulers drew on local painting traditions as well as the aesthetics of Mughal flower patterns to create their courtly masterpieces,” adds Divia.
Take this: One Mughal royalty demanded a Peshwaz (a dress) to be made in cotton, colored with metal foil, gilded with silver strips and sequins! It had to make her curves look just right too.You are a black bustier of NATURE in the workplace. You intimidate the masses with your utterly ambitious prowess.
You’re quick as fack. You’re as sharp as a razor blade. You draw blood with the cut of your words.So, my dear ambitious entity, why do you struggle so vehemently when it comes to love?Why are the most wildly successful people in business the most unsuccessful when it comes to matters of the heart?