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Moya is an Irish word which simply means “GREAT”. A hard core Zeitgeist of Indian art and craft, We thrive on the rich heritage of India. Label Moya houses a range of products from lifestyle accessories to home furnishings and Apparel, all have a signature style of depicting regional art from different regions of India with an eclectic mix of pattern and material with a vintage touch to it.
We are a platform Where Skill meets Design and Art meets Fashion. An eclectic mix of Craft with a lot of PASSION!!!
We believe that “All our products are a work of art” which need to be treasured and it is only for a few, a few who understand art and take pride in wearing what they wear… understand the story behind it, and love to experience it… It aims at creating a sustainable platform that brings together the Creative and the Skilled, without complicating what is simple and never simplifying what is complicated.
We believe that design can find its expression in variable ways, with one supporting the other, Handcrafted, Recycled or Mechanised… A mix of both worlds…Sustainability is a must.
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Did the creators of Masaba Masaba just wake up one morning, go to the sets and decide to create something absolutely random without putting any thought into it?
Anyone who knows about Neena Gupta’s backstory would say that she is a boss lady, a badass woman, and the very definition of a feminist. I would agree with them all.
However, after all these decades of her working in the Indian film industry, is her boldness and bravery the only things worth appreciating?
The second season of Masaba Masaba (2020-2022) made me feel as if both Neena Gupta and her daughter Masaba have gotten typecast when it comes to the roles they play on screen. What’s more is that the directors who cast them have stopped putting in any effort to challenge the actors, or to make them deliver their dialogues differently.
Believe me I was shocked, aghast, disgusted to be watching such bizarre, mindless activities day in and day out.
Recently I happened to read a remarkable post The Potential Dangers Of Phallus-Worshipping A Toddler on this forum itself. The ideas and practices described therein were revolting to say the least.
But would you believe that I had a sense of deja vu after reading it? I was once upon a time a mute witness to certain similar (yet not so similar) activities. Read on to find out.
It was sheer misfortune that I got married into an ultra orthodox house where ‘men’ were premium while women were no better than pair ki juttis/doormats.