Handcrafted patchwork shoulder bag made of cotton fabric. It features one zipper pocket outside & one zipper inside with intricate embroidery & cotton fabric lining inside. Roomy enough for most of your essentials.
Gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents. Avoid soaking for too long.
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Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra is an organization empowering women artisans of the Bellary district in Karnataka. It's a non profit organisation, with Geographical Indication Approval (IPR) for its beautiful ''Lambani hand embroidery' work, Holds Craftmark of India certification and partner AIACA, Registered under societies act-1969 Govt. of Karnataka. Member of Khadi village industries commission and board, Recognised by Department of crafts and handlooms, Ministry of Textiles. Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra had its beginnings when twelve local Lambani women, from the thanda of Susheelanagar, were brought together to work as a group. The year was 1984 and this modest initiative heralded the start of a significant change in the lives of not only the Lambanis, but also other traditional craftspeople who lived in and around Sandur. Today, about 500 artisans work with Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra. It has helped twenty self-help groups to become active. And local craftspeople are benefiting from, and growing with, the organisation.