Growing up in a small village of Bundelkhand region of Central India, Umang saw the
problem of migration first hand. But, completing her higher education in a big city,
just brought this problem at her, head on. She was angry seeing skill being wasted, and
families barely surviving, all because there was no value for their art. All because
there has been a process lying at the heart of fabrics, that made the fabrics cheaper, but also made the artisans poor.