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.
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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.
Whe by abira
Whe by abira is an all women organisation committed to bring marginalized families out of the poverty cycle and inspire consumers to buy eco-friendly and handmade products. It started with a vision to empower women socially and economically.
Umang Shridhar is a designer who primarily focuses on an innovative trendy approach to clothing with a slight contemporary twist to the age old tradition and arts of weavers and artisans.
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.
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.
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.
Manish Mukati and Rohit Mukati are taking forward the legacy that their forefathers could never envision. Hansa Handloom was established as a small retail outlet in the proximity of the Maheshwar Fort -the royal Rajwada, and the historical Raj-Rajeshwar temple on the banks of the Narmada River.
Dhairya Enterprises is a proprietory organisation from Jammu &Kashmir manufacturing embroidered Juttis. Jutti is an Urdu word for footwear. Inherently Punjabi and typically Indian, the jutti, also known as ‘mojari and ‘nagra’, is traditional footwear worn mostly in North India.
Samuday shakti sewa samiti
Samuday Crafts is HCL Foundation established in Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh in 2017 to create livelihood for rural artisans. The aim is to uplift and empower women in collaboration with the Rural Development Department.
Sangeeta silk creation
Sangeeta Silk Creations by Vishal Kumar was started in 2017 with an objective to create gorgeous Banarasi silks with a contemporary touch and provide marketing support. He is currently working with 25 weavers of unique and intricately woven sarees and dupattas.
Rangila Dhaga by Kalpana Das is an artisan based organisation from West Bengal that is into making of contemporary products from the traditional Gamcha fabrics. The aim is to add colour to the lives of women artisans through empowerment, respect and freedom.
Gyan vidya hastshilp
Gyan vidya hastshilp was started in 2018 by Bharat Jain, a master weaver entrepreneur from Ajmer, Rajasthan . An engineer by profession, he was highly fascinated by handloom fabrics and got trained in hand weaving from the interiors of Madhya Pradesh before setting up his own looms.
amnivas Koli is a 44 year old master artisan who is performing this craft since he was 10 years old. He is practicing this craft with his wife and 5 daughters. The manufacturing of Chanderi fabric takes place with the weaving in of silk and zari.
Prakash Dewangan, a master weaver of tussar silk weaving from Champa Chhattisgarh, started Prakash Silk in 2020. He is a young weaver who works with weavers and has 10 looms under him.