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Indha’s handcrafted corporate gift collection is a great way to say. ‘You are valuable’. Gift your employees and customers unique handmade gifts which they would remember forever

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Indha’s response to Covid19

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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?

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Its purpose is to enable most vulnerable groups of the villages to contribute more effectively to the development of their communities by adapting to various skills. Generally, the poorest and the marginalized sections are otherwise excluded or exclude themselves from such activities because the compulsions of meeting the immediate survival needs becomes their primary task. The project objectives are to : *Improve the income status of the poor through production support and skill training, *Raise confidence and initiative level to take to new skills and areas of work to enhance their social and economic status. *To raise funds for other projects of Literacy India.
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Rural India where originally lot of our talents were hidden and with Globalisation they took a back seat now the global trend is going back once again retro.Indha invests in capacitating and converting it into enterprise. From Artisan to consumer journey is far but technology brings us closer.

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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


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.