Celebrating our Women Partners

This International Women’s Day, we celebrate women entrepreneurs & artisans who have found success after stepping outside their comfort zones. We are proud to be celebrating womanhood – and the achievements of our women seller partners. Explore their craft, read their stories, and let’s support them!
Amaryn By Deepa Pant

Deepa Pant founded the label Amaryn, under the social enterprise, Svatanya. They encourage young underprivileged women to join their team. The women are taught stitching, crochet, knitting & handwork. 

Amaryn has been innovative & persistent – consciously supporting artisans during the pandemic. Amaryn offers handcrafted products such as jewelry, tealight holders & masks – made with love & hope


HIIH By Reshma Chhabria

Inspired by Japanese design & simplicity, Reshma Chhabria Kumar founded the artisans-led brand HIIH. With 14 years of experience in Interior Design, Reshma focuses on achieving detailing and perfection in her work.

HIIH offers decor accents and kitchen essentials. Showcasing the work of both Indian and Japanese artisans, the products are all about simplicity, modernity, and vibrance.


DeDzines by Vaishali Biyani

Inspired by the principle of zero waste – founder Vaishali Biyani has created her niche in this space. Her brand, DeDzines uses discarded tyres – which are otherwise an environmental hazard if dumped in landfills – to create a unique line of outdoor furniture and garden décor. DeDzines offers coffee tables, office chairs, lounge chairs, swings, planters, stools, and more.

Her recycling efforts are giving fresh life to waste products. Her work is eco-friendly and innovative!

Ba Na Batwo

Ba No Batwo by Gargi Parmar

Our mothers were masters of upcycling. And our seller partner Gargi Parmar is taking it to the next level. She crafts beautiful decor accents by upcycling glass bottles, textile waste & more – under the brand name Ba No Batwo. Traditional designs are crafted in trendy colours to craft eco-friendly unique products. All the products are sustainable – encouraging more environmentally conscious choices.

Advaita Handicrafts

Advaita Handicrafts by Leena Kulkarni

Quitting a corporate role for art & craft – that’s the story of Leena Kulkarni, founder of Advaita Handicrafts. With a team of rural artists, she crafts products rooted in traditional art using modern expressions. Advaita Handicrafts offers premium art & craft products made with eco-friendly materials – especially handwoven sarees in traditional prints and designs.

The brand aims to preserve our craft heritage while supporting local artisans.

Rani Jha

Rani Jha

Rani Jha is a rare artist who has given a traditional art form a contemporary ‘avatar’. She started expressing her dissent in her art, after not being able to express her opinions vocally. She broke all barriers of society and continued with her art.

Her Madhubani art expresses contemporary themes & form. She has received the Padma Shri for her contribution to our art heritage.

Our women artisans have broken many biases, boundaries, and norms to rise through. They are supporting other artists, taking a stand for the environment, and preserving our craft heritage. Their stories are encouraging and we applaud and support them. Let’s show our gratitude to them this International Women’s Day – and every day!


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