EMPOWERING RURAL INDIA

TRACEABILITY

FROM LOOM TO HOME

Thanks to our work on the field, in direct contact with the artisan communities, each of our rugs can be traced back all the way to the person who wove it. This extreme level of traceability comes to life in the Postcard Project, an initiative that gives our customers the chance to exchange thoughts and feelings with the artisan who made their rugs.
THE FOUNDATION

Empowering Rural India

HEALTHCARE

We provide reliable and affordable health care services to the communities that do not have access to these services or even the basic knowledge on how to access them.

EDUCATION

We offer holistic development for children and youth and alternative education programs to our artisans in India’s rural communities, with a particular focus on bridging the gender gap.

FINANCIAL INCLUSION

We help artisan communities to learn more and access banking services, as well as government funds and welfare schemes.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT

We implement skill development programs for a range of underprivileged communities, including inmates and the disabled, to improve their living standards through carpet weaving.

OUR FOOTPRINT

REDUCING OUR IMPACT ON THE PLANET

RECYCLED YARN

The Manchaha collection uses hand-spun leftover yarn batches, thus reducing waste and making the color palette of our rugs as unique as their design.

LOW-IMPACT DYES

Obtained from GOTS certified and eco-friendly raw colors, the dyes in our rugs are long-lasting, also thanks to a state-of-the-art dying fixation process.

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The Founder

The Gandhi of the Carpet Industry

The Blue City

Jodhpur – Land of the Maharajas

The Company

The Original Indian Rug-Makers

The Craft

A Work of Art Made by 180 Hands