Weaves & Crafts of Central and Northern India
An array of handcrafted and handwoven collections from the north and central regions of India.
From the exquisite Banarasi sarees of UttarPradesh, to timeless elegance of Maheshwaris and Chanderis of Madhya Pradesh, muted richness of the Tussar from Jharkhand and Chattisgarh, and the interesting randomness of the Batik, all showcased under one roof.
Shop Swadeshi to suit your mood while supporting our weaver and artisan community.
Potli from Noida, Uttar Pradesh is a social organisation co-founded by Pooja Ratnakar in 2008 with an aim to reconnect children with Indian traditional art & culture through handmade Do it Yourself educational Art and Craft kits.
Nakshi was incorporated in 2012 to provide necessary support & training to the artisans to develop a sustainable and inclusive business model that develops and promotes indigenous crafts skills and creativities.
Jyoti handloom strives to provide a pure handloom maheshwri saree and other accessories. They take pride in their handloom weaves which has been a core to be recognised as a G.I tagged region.
Kiara Crafts is a dream come reality for Kapil and Amanjit Kaur from Gurgaon, Haryana. It’s their passion and love for Indian weaves and arts that made them shift from the corporate field to the field of handlooms and handicrafts in 2015.
EkiBeki is a hybrid social enterprise that works to preserve the rich craft heritage of India and promote traditional arts and crafts in contemporary forms. The products are hand crafted by the talented artisans living in small remote villages of India and are made from eco-friendly materials, perfect for helping create a sustainable future.
In Marathi, ‘Eki’ stands for odd, unique, or unity and, ‘Beki’ means even, common, or diversity. True to the name, the balance is achieved by bringing together things that have traditionally been perceived to be at odds with each other.
Keeping in mind the sensibilities of today’s discerning home maker, Vermilion Lifestyle offers the most tasteful selection in fabrics, textures, colours and prints in a range that deliver elegance to our home.
Jugaad is a social enterprise focused on pursuing the welfare of people and the planet at large. Started in 2005 in New Delhi, it is currently working with 60-70 village women and youth in Faridabad with an aim to develop vocational skills through skill training and encourage entrepreneurial skills to make marginalized young adults and women self-reliant. It also promotes sustainable enterprises, aimed at improving the lifestyle of disadvantaged groups and populations.