Tribal hand embroidered wooden napkin holder, made of teak wood. The embroidered wooden part is of MDF wood. This napkin holder ishand embroidered by the women of Namrata Primary (Kamli) | Rajasthan Vanvasi Kalyan Parishad from Udaipur.
Wipe gently with a soft cloth when needed. (keep away from perfumes, sprays, water and other liquid substances, store separately in a box)
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Namrata Primary Women Multipurpose Cooperative Society Limited is an organization formed with the purpose of empowering the tribal women in and around Udaipur by giving them opportunities to earn their livelihood by the exercise of their skill in making high quality handicraft items, with main focus on embroidery. Namrata Primary Women Multi-Purpose Co-op Society works under the guidance of the Rajasthan Vanvasi Kalyan Parishad. The co-operative was set up by 5 women back in 2015 with the aim of elevating the socio-economic status of the women residing in the tribal belt surrounding Udaipur (Jhadol, Kherwara, Dungarpur, Gogunda) through their indigenous art. It now has a network of 200+ women who actively run a collective enterprise around hand stitching and embroidery.