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The notebook set with Chitrakathi motif have blank pages for sketching on left side, lined pages for writing on the right and also have inserts with information about the craft. Recycled handmade paper for cover, cartridge paper for sketching/writing. This set includes 2 notebooks x 3 designs + 4 bookmarks. About the craft - Chitrakathi is an ancient folk tradition and a unique style of painting that is practised in Pinguli, a small village in the Sindhudurg district in Maharashtra, India.
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EkiBeki is a hybrid social enterprise that works to preserve the rich craft heritage of India and promote traditional arts and crafts in contemporary forms. Our products are hand crafted by the talented artisans living in small remote villages of India. Due to modernization and lack of patronage, many Indian handicrafts are on the verge of extinction and are rapidly getting replaced by artificial, cheap and imitation products. At EkiBeki, our vision is to revive the folk arts and crafts of India and help generate sustainable livelihoods for artisans with a special focus on rural women and youth. Through design interventions, capacity building, market development and creation of self- governing mechanisms, we aim to help the artisans grow the community craft clusters in their natural habitat.
EkiBeki is a social enterprise that combines work to preserve India's rich craft heritage and promote traditional arts and crafts in contemporary forms. The products are handcrafted by talented artisans living in small, remote villages across India and made from eco-friendly materials, perfect to help create a sustainable future. In Marathi, "Eki" means odd, single, or unified, and "Beki" means even, common, or diverse. As the name implies, balance is achieved by bringing together things that have traditionally been seen as contradicting each other. Ekibeki's vision is to revive the folk arts and crafts of India while helping to create livelihoods for young women and artisans.
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