What We Have In Store For You
Indha Craft which is for the People and By the People does not want to stop doing what we do best. If we cannot Exhibit our work physically due to the Pandemic we bring to you our almost real Virtual Exhibition. Be Vocal for Local. Buy handcrafted products. Visit our Exhibition this festival season in the safety of your homes and Buy when you are comfortable as We know, Your Choice will Change Lives.
Embrace the Luxurious and Eternal Elegance of Fine Indian Craftsmanship!
Buy Products Made by Women Artisans. Commission a Product. Let’s Give back to the Community. Won’t you join us?
Meet Our Artisans
“Stop doubting yourself , work hard and make it happen.”
Parveen is 20 years old and has been working with Indha for amost two years. Recently, her family migrated from Najafgarh to Daulatabad in hope for a better life. She has four sisters and one brother. Her parents works in a private company. She and her sister works with Indha to support their family.
Shakuntala is one the most elder artisan of Indha. She has been working with Literacy India for almost ten years. She was able to support her family till now and still, working. Due to the old age, her husband’s health is not good and he cannot work outside.
Suman is a mother of two children and has been working with Indha for seven years. Her husband is an auto-rickshaw driver. She left education after 10th class due to family problems. She joined Indha to learn stitching, so that, she can support her family.
Meenakshi has been working with Indha for ten years. Her husband works in a private company. She has three children and wants them to get a good education, as she left studies after the 5th class due to unavailability of school in her village.
Indha Social Media Story
MasterCard and Literacy India’s joint venture towards transforming lives
Throughout the world, MasterCard’s principal business is to process payments between the banks of merchants and the card issuing banks or credit unions of the purchasers who use the its brand debit and credit cards. The multi-national financial services corporation has supported Literacy India for over 3 years, under its ‘Corporate Philanthropy’ initiatives.
Straight From The Horse’s Mouth
IT’S NOT ABOUT CRAFT
April 24th 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken India`s economy to the core. Though everyone has taken a hit, some have been hit more than others. The rural artisans are amongst those severely impacted. According to government figures, there are an estimated seven million artisans in India, however other sources peg the number to 200 million.