Weaves & Crafts of Eastern India
A wide range of handwoven and handcrafted collections from the eastern regions of India.
From the softest Bengal jamdanis, to the famous Tant, the rich Baluchari silks that embody Indian epics, to the intricate Kantha embroidery of West Bengal, to the geometric designs of the Sambalpuri Ikat of Odisha and much more showcased on one platform.
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Rajib and Ranjana Saha are from the Phulia district of West Bengal and specialise in the Jamdani technique of weaving. Coming from the family of National Awardee late Ramanand Basak, they are very passionate about handlooms.
Subhalaxmi Handloom was established in the sector in 1995. It is located in Nuapatana village in Cuttak, Odisha. The society has more than 35 highly skilled weavers working as a group.
Yarn Glory is an eponymous brand of designer entrepreneur Anannya Sharma started in 2004, to create and enhance the socio-economic conditions of handloom weavers of different ethnic communities in North Eastern India while preserving the rich heritage of artistic weaving.
Meher Handloom Saree by Sri Goura Chandra Meher, a master weaver from Bargarh, is known for its Sambalpuri Ikats and is located in the Bargarh Handloom Cluster of Odisha since 2010.
Master Weaver, Chatrubhuj Das comes from a family that has been weaving Ikat on tussars for generations. Belonging from Gopalpur cluster -Jajpura , It has been the family legacy to teach every generation to weave this craft from a very tender age.
Woven Threads is a design initiative to encourage the women weavers of Nagaland to sustain their roots and preserve their unique weaving traditions. The initiative gives the women a platform to express their creativity and supports young weavers.
Narendra Tanti is a master weaver working with 20 artisans and weavers in Kotpad Odisha since 2018. Kotpad is a special handloom variety in which the yarn is dyed by women from tribal families in an entirely organic, manual, labour-intensive and long-drawn-out process.
Itishree Sur, the youngest among five siblings grew up seeing her father & brother weaving tussar yardages in Fakirpur village in Odisha.
Itishree’s Involvement in weaving related activities started from 2002, when she moved to Gopalpur in Jajpura after her marriage. She started assisting her husband in pre-loom activities, like spinning yarn, reeling, gumming & warping.
Mayuri silk palace
Connoisseurs of handloom weaving, the weavers from Assam display unique and artistic cultural motifs in each of their marvelous weaves. Established in the year 2007, located in Guwahati(Assam) the artisans produce a range of silk and cotton sarees, mekhla chador, stoles and more.
Kadam Haat is an NGO started in 2009 to provide livelihood opportunities to rural artisans of Kumarhat & Nayangram blocks in West and East Midnapore Districts of West Bengal.It promotes the use of Bamboo and Sabai grass to produce handicraft products that are unique in design.