Our products are inspired by artisanal crafts , using handlooms and Handprinted techniques therefore using almost no energy in the process. In compare to the mechanised industry which uses 132 tons of coal per year weaving fabric, we use almost none.
No water is used, wasted, or polluted in hand spinning and weaving our textiles. In respect to the low impact dye we use, we are currently working to create a waste water management system
The chemical process mainly involve in hand weave technique is only on the dye stage. Although we are using low impact dye, we are currently working to create a waste water management system and has also started exploring alternative natural dye process
Due to the nature of textiles & techniques we work; From the time of procurement of fibre, the process of hand spinning to make yarn and finally hand woven to beautiful textile, has very minimal impact on the environment
Due to the nature of textiles we work, results in very minimal wastage. In respect to the low impact dye we use, we are currently working to create a waste water management system and has also started exploring alternative natural dye process
We do work with organic cotton fibre as per the customer requirements
We strictly work with natural fibres that are completely hand spun and handwoven also we promote indigenous techniques like Jamdani which has no harmful impact on the environment.
Most of our products consists of Hand spun natural fibre cotton, linen, We also work with wild silk fabric known as peace silk or Ahimsa Silk, produced from cocoons without killing the pupae inside, without sacrificing animal life
Primary crafts that we work with are Hand Spun & Hand woven Khadi & Jamdani technique. Both these crafts positively impacts the weaving community & environment in respect to job creation, artisan empowerment, water conservation & reduced carbon footprint
Each of our trades contributes to the empowerment of our artisans, creating a positive and sustainable environment for them, education of their little children, health of their family and motivation for the next generation to continue the art form.
It's primarily a family oriented homeworker economy living in complete harmony, where the men are responsible for weaving and the women usually involve in pre-weaving activity. We ensure that they given wages as per with that in any respected profession.
With a work relation of upto 30+ years, we're involved in working closely with 300+ weavers in rural Bengal, India to produce ethical, sustainable and beautiful handwoven textiles using indigenous weaves, traditions & techniques of Bengal.
We strive to create a recognition for the beautiful handwoven textiles to bestow value onto ordinary lives of these artisans with extraordinary skills. We believe, once the value is recognised globally, it should translate into higher wages for weavers.
1. Due to nature of our textiles has very minimal impact on the environment. To further reduce it, we are exploring the possibilities with natural dye and in building a waste water management system
2. We are also looking to build a positive and sustainable environment for our artisans to continue & improve upon their skillsets. 1. creating a co-working space 2. a structured training system
3. Currently working with "Nest" to incorporate the Nest Standards & compliance Program in our artisan business to ensure ethical supply chain and transparency for the consumers