Weaves & Crafts of Western India
An array of handwoven and handcrated collections from the western regions of India.
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.
Swadeshi to suit the occasion while supporting our weaver and artisan community.
Sarvoday seva samiti
Sarvodaya Sewa Samiti from Ahmedabad is a KVIC certified organisation founded in 2013 with a turnover of over 2 Crores, who are mainly into producing Organic Khadi, Natural Yarn Dyed Khadi, Kora Khadi and more.
Ecotattva products are made from 100% hand spun thread on Mahatma Gandhi’s charakha and lovingly weaved on handlooms by skilled village artisans. This genuine handspun handwoven cloth is then processed on modern technics by Ecotattva to make designer wear.
Somariya is the brainchild of Gaurav Pandya from Rajasthan and was set up in 2012. The endeavour is to provide customers with hand crafted products which help support and encourage good craftsmanship.
Craft and artisan
Craft and Artisan by Nishant Samaria and Jyoti Samaria from Jaipur, Rajasthan is committed to promoting the craft of hand block printing across the country and the globe. It works with various master craftsmen from the grass root level who specialize in the craft.
Sadhna is a strong social enterprise from Udaipur, Rajasthan established in the year 2004 to empower women. Through skill development of women in hand embroidery – tanka stitch, Applique and patchwork and garment production, the organisation has been able to provide sustainable livelihood to 700 women.
In Spring of 1989, the Ranthambhore Foundation invited Dastkar to set up an organisation that would utilise the unique talents of the displaced villagers, especially women, and thus generate income for this region.
SHOI by pallav
Shoi by Pallav, is a craft inspired label from the Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu. The designer works extensively in various crafts clusters mainly in West Bengal and Rajasthan. The product range includes sarees, stoles and dupattas in handblock prints and handwoven jamdanis.
Satrangi collection was started by Madharam in Jaipur, Rajasthan. An artisan in block printing, his specialisation is shibori style of printing on cotton and chanderi fabrics.
Amukti, a brand by Kush Bhatia from Navi Mumbai, is inspired by the traditional skills of local artisans spread across India. It has been working with 6 specialist artisans to promote and encourage the local arts since 2011 by patronising hand-block printing of various regions spread across India.
Sanskruti Silks is of Pankaj Makwana , a national award master weaver of the famous double ikkat patola from Gujarat and specialises in sarees and dupattas. Patola is a tie and dye technique of dyeing and weaving similar to Pochampally and Sambalpur Ikkat and usually comes in silk.