The legacy of Indian craftmanship is well known all across the world. Today, however, craft clusters hardly resemble a community, working solo as individuals. With no community, their potential is divided amongst resellers that dominate the artisan market. The result; artisans continue to struggle trying to sustain their livelihoods thereby moving to other professions, dissuading the younger generation to pick up their legacy and craft forward!
We believe that there is great power in communities; creating an environment of mutual support is critical to building a vibrant; sustainable craft cluster. Building the artisan communities is at the heart of Resham Dor’s every revival project. Our goal is to work collaboratively with our artisan partners to develop their craft and their communities. We are working towards building a vibrant future that honours artisan communities, their cultural heritage; where we celebrate artisans who take time to craft a product that lasts ; that has a story – a story to treasure and keep!
Sustainability At Core
Made on Demand
Our bags are made with jute; which is completely recyclable. These are made by a mental health institute that skill specially abled people to make a living
Own A Piece Of Heritage
Indian craft is rooted in sustainability . As a brand, we therefore, will continue to draw upon the ancestral wisdom , age-old techniques and sustainable practices, to create products, ethically and sustainably made, that you would love to have in your home!
“Indian craft is rooted in sustainability . As a brand, we therefore, will continue to draw upon the ancestral wisdom, age-old techniques and sustainable practices, to create products, ethically and sustainably made, that you would love to have in your home!
Each of our products carry an imprint of the culture and the hands that crafted it, products that are beautifully handcrafted and built to last! It is a celebration of their rich cultural traditions and their craftmanship.
Owning a Kharad is like having a piece of history, a narrative of our traditions, of travelers from around the world seen in glaring heat and desert skies, from the blood line of nomads”