Dinkar Aiwale's many flutes of labour
'India's Mona Lisa': How Bani Thani paintings face extinction for the first time in 270 years
At 70, Muralidhar Jawahire painstakingly makes paper-bamboo torans – decorative door hangings – and retains a sense of pride in a craft no one wants to learn anymore
Bagani’s centuries-old iron men
The last practitioners of a traditional caste-based occupation
How handmade organic kohl is dying out in India: 'Chemical farming has killed multiple art forms'
A life measured in metres and yards
Rendal's weavers: and then there were four
Shamshuddin: a spanner still in the works
The great Indian vanishing rope trick
A retired electrician in a Maharashtra village is fighting casteism, one bhajan at a time
The story of Dhondiram Ambekar, a tailor, a farmhand – and an award-winning singer
A Marathi power loom worker’s poems, written to the sound of machines, have been winning awards
Why a 66-year-old Maharashtrian villager has been sending congratulatory postcards to strangers
For the Lamani community, survival in the urban milieu has come at the cost of their craft