Curated textiles synergies from south Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana. Bringing handpicked exclusive collections by master artisans from handloom tradition around the Godavari, Krishna, Kaveri, Tungabhadra, and Vaigai rivers. The most traditional textiles and fabrics in the South Indian textile industry are pure cotton handloom fabrics, South Indian silk weaves, Kancheepuram weaves, batik print fabrics, kasuti embroidery fabrics, kalamkari fabrics, and banjara embroidery. The process of designing these products undergo the conventional techniques that make them look earthy and timeless.
We offer products at right price without luring you with fake discounts
With over 500+ artisan families, we empower 10,000+ individuals
While encouraging craft products, we keep things environmentally friendly
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