Weaves & Crafts of Western India
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From the vibrant Bandhani and intricately designed Patolas of Gujarat, to the water-like Shibori, the exclusive Hand block prints and the Applique of Rajasthan, and much more all showcased on one platform.
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Pahachaan, the master creators of mesmerizing Bandhani products. With an unwavering passion for craftsmanship, Pahachaan brings to life the rich heritage of this traditional art form. Each Bandhani creation is a masterpiece, meticulously handcrafted by skilled artisans who infuse every piece with intricate patterns and vibrant hues. From sarees that exude elegance to dupattas that add a touch of grace, Pahachaan's collection embodies the essence of timeless beauty and cultural significance. With years of dedication, Pahachaan takes pride in reviving and sustaining the art of Bandhani, offering a range that resonates with both tradition and modern sensibilities. Explore the captivating world of Bandhani through Pahachaan's exquisite collection and embrace the artistry that has adorned generations.
Qasab, derived from the Kutchi term for "craft skill," stands as a beacon of craftsmanship and empowerment. With a membership exceeding 1500, this producer company thrives through rural craftswomen representing 11 ethnic communities across 65 villages in interior Kutch. Proficient in Kutchi embroidery, appliqué, and patchwork, these artisans infuse their rich traditional expertise into premium product lines, encapsulating their community's cultural essence. Founded in 2010 as a collective endeavor, Qasab-Kutch Craftswomen’ Producer Company amplifies the voices of these skilled women who have worked together since 1997. Beyond offering sustainable livelihoods, Qasab is a canvas for creativity, enabling these artisans to artistically express themselves while upholding their heritage.
Established in 2004 in Udaipur, Rajasthan, Sadhna stands as a resilient social enterprise, committed to women's empowerment. Through skill development in hand embroidery like tanka stitch, appliqué, and patchwork, alongside garment production, the organization has nurtured sustainable livelihoods for 700 women. Proudly a fair trade member, Sadhna ensures equitable wages for its artisans who co-own the enterprise, sharing generated surplus based on their contributions. With a dedicated team of 27 professionals, the enterprise efficiently manages daily operations, cultivating collaborations with diverse brands. From apparel, sarees, and home linen to accessories, Sadhna's offerings exemplify its ethos. Presently producing 3,500 pieces, the enterprise envisions a 75% production boost in the near future, continuing its journey of transformative impact.