More than a third of the world's handmade carpets come from India. CNNMoney gives you an inside look at how artisans weave the rugs one knot at a time.
During a recent visit to Berlin, Rug News andDesign spoke with Arwin Samimi, owner of Teppich-Samimi, a rug store on Bismarckstraße in Charlottenburg.
Laughter, love and pure childhood imagination and joy come alive on this stage. This video Sarah Stroh shot in India shows just one way The Global Fund for Children helps children in the communities in India.
Video: Nobody asked Obeetee to help the farmers, the land that surrounds the main campus. Yet, that is what Obeetee did when it built its Water Treatment Facility. As a company, they are watching.
Hand Block Printing has many similarities to the rug industry. Both are century old art forms, both involve artisans and craftsmen. Today, you can find...
The 'Alternative Education Program' (AEP) is meant to provide functional literacy to illiterate artisans and the village community members. The initiative is a live...
Many hands are involved in the making of one hand knotted rug. This video is but a glimpse into the process of rug making.
Afghan women weave their way out of poverty in a new video focusing on Arzu Studio Hope.
Care & Fair has created this video statement of their mission, including schooling children, teaching adults, and providing free medical services for over 100,000 patients.
Saraswati Carpets, Parent of Amer Carpets: Tufted Rug Making. Real hand tufting, not gun tufting.