Sarvasva picks- from Goa…

Some interesting pic(k)s from Goa: 1. Love Goa: A beckoning title, and well-written and packaged book. “Authored by Fiona Caulfield, the Love Travel Guide Indian series comprises Love Bengaluru, Love Delhi, Love Jaipur, Rajasthan and Love Mumbai. The entries are ‘love stories’ sourced from in-the-know locals including chefs and chaiwallahs, artists and architects, photographers and… Read More Sarvasva picks- from Goa…

‘Design Challenges in Indian Cities’ – a panel discussion.

Varied panelists, 60+ attendees and a very participative discussion. The celebrations of World Industrial Designers Day in Pune and the launch of the Pune chapter of  the Association of Designers of India (ADI) , was followed by a serious discussion on how design can and should change, add value and be integral to a city. Designers,… Read More ‘Design Challenges in Indian Cities’ – a panel discussion.


I often wonder if we live according to the way we design. Simplify through design is Sarvasva’s byline. When we are designing a product or a system or even a process, the aim is always to simplify the end result for it to be understood, and to make it interactive/communicative – basically to connect. We… Read More Simplify.

Hupari Silver Jewellery, a cherished experience.

Just got back from Hupari, a small village near Kolhapur, Maharashtra. The National Institute of Design (NID), has been organising workshops for artisans and people from the handicraft sector to sensitise them towards Design; and this scheme actually helps the MSME sector get some funding from the Government. It’s a good initiative. One such cluster… Read More Hupari Silver Jewellery, a cherished experience.

Pune’s first Pecha Kucha Night

Sarvasva Designs welcomes all to attend the first Pecha Kucha Night in Pune. We have a wonderful mix of designers, artists, architects, journalists, environmentalists and more… making this night one full of great insights, inspirations and interactions! To know more, see the link or write to; and also see `Pecha Kucha’ or PKN… Read More Pune’s first Pecha Kucha Night

Food and Design…a great combination.

An advertising agency has come up with a nice campaign to promote international food and the Sydney International Food Festival: flags made from food typical of each country….I’ve posted the flag of India…see more pics in the link below.