It’s been a while, hello! We took a short hiatus, because Greg and I got married in Thailand!
There’s something magical about tying the knot in a faraway place. Thailand holds a soft spot in our hearts because it boasts of all the beauty of its picturesque natural surroundings, has the most irresistible aromas of its delicious food and is the home country of my husband’s family. So of course, when we thought about where we would like to have our destination wedding, it was our first choice.
You may have noticed that we started using the little "®" symbol next to our brand name, Kahani. That’s because our small business has reached a new milestone. We are happy to announce we got our Trademark registration approved! Over the years, Kahani® has built a substantial reputation with our unique style, high quality products, and stellar customer care. Together, with our eco-consciousness and values, Kahani® brings to you an added exclusivity and prestige of our brand and products with our Trademark registration.
Thank you for continuing to support my little small business. Because of YOU, we were able to contribute a portion of our quarter sales to Aghosh Alkhidmat USA in partnership with Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan. Thank you so much for supporting us!
Abdullah Ali is a self taught artist based in Lahore, Pakistan. Abdullah is inspired by the strength of women. He believes women are the foundation of building society and recognizes the glass ceilings and walls of discrimination women face. Despite the hardships, he believes women are not a symbol of sympathy, but the symbol of courage and beauty. His art work reflects the experiences of women emerging from adversity with strength, grace, and beauty.
Tehshina Anser is a digital artist, illustrator, graphic designer and 2d animator. She uses art as an outlet to express her emotions and center her feelings. Her work focuses on themes of fantasy, nature, and symbols. She believes in creating art that evokes feelings of hope despite the chaos one may face in their lives. As a conscious observer, she absorbs the happenings around her, and incorporates them into her work including the people around her, nature, landscapes, and animals.