India's Gifts to the World | Corporate Gift Box | Set of 8
Corporate Gift Hamper | Set of 6 objects that are pieces of history - objects that are inspired by India's Gifts to the World and are utility objects that can be used regularly. Shunya (Zero), Chess (Chaturang), Textiles & Dyes (Ajrak Stole & Ajrakh Tie), Jaipur Pottery & Lota Inspired Wooden Hydroponic Vase.
A gift pack that supports sustainable material products, conserves heritage and helps rural artisans of India get back their livelihoods & pride.
0 | Dissolve Into the VOID Shot Glasses (Set of 2)
Shot-glasses that help you "Dissolve Into the Void" like Shunya| Cipher | Zero India's Greatest Gift to the world; that was the harbinger of scientific progress. Inspired by Zero! Get your high and dissolve yourself into your activity. Raise a toast to any occasion with your favourite liqueur and your best friends! These shot glasses are perfect for whiskey, tequila, vodka, espresso, and dessert shots!
Magnetic Chess Set - Sheesham Wood Craft
Celebrates Chess, India's best known strategy board game gift to the world, born as Chaturanga during the Gupta Empire in India around the 6th century CE. In the 7th century, it was adopted as Chatrang (Shatranj) in Sassanid Persia, which in turn was the form of chess brought to late-medieval Europe.
Magnetic Chess Set in Sheesham (rose) wood. A magnetic Chess board with elegantly hand carved chess pieces and inlaid foldable board that’s ideal as a portable chess set for travel!
Handmade Ajrakh Stole (for Her)
An elegant, colourful, silk stole for Her, that celebrates India's textile traditions that gave the world the maths and technology of various weaves, natural plant based dyes and elegant geometric patterns. This Ajrakh stole is based on a block printing pattern characterised by one of India's textile traditions – Ajrakh, that traces its roots back to 16th century to the region of Kutch, in Gujarat. A tradition that has 14-16 different stages of dyeing & printing, which take 14-21 days to complete. The resulting cloth is soft against the skin and jewel-like in appearance, pleasing to touch & appealing to the eye.
Handmade Ajrakh Tie (for Him)
An elegant silk tie for Him, that’s based on hand and block printed Ajrakh prints. Let this lucky charm that celebrates diversity and traditions inspire you and help you win that deal!
Wine Stoppers Set of 2 - Jaipur Pottery Craft
Use these to cork up your opened Red & White Wines! Multi-color hand painted ceramic wine bottle stopper set has been handcrafted by Indian rural artisans of Jaipur, Rajasthan. The craft uses a mix of powdered stone and glass borax gum & water to produce what is known as Egyptian paste which is then glazed and low fired!
Lota Inspired – Hydroponic Vase
Get a fresh plant or flower to adorn your work table at home or at work as it takes a new life in this hydroponic vase. A wooden vase that’s made of natural wood, lacquer and colours. A removable glass beaker inside the vase holds the water and makes it easy to maintain. Made by artisans of Channapatna, Karnataka based on a 17th century “turned lacquerware” craft that uses sustainable materials and processes.
The Lota is a distinctive Indian vase or vessel that has a “rim” that makes it convenient to use – to lift without touching its hot or cold contents, does not drip while pouring and gives the vessel a distinctive shape and sound when struck.
Kashmiri Wooden Tissue Paper / Napkin Holder 6 Inch
This handcrafted tissue paper / napkin holder is made from wood and paper pulp by the artisans from Kashmir. Paper mache was introduced to India in the 14th century by the Persian mystic Mir Syed Ali Hamdani. He was visiting the Kashmir region from Persia, and brought along skilled artisans and craftsmen. Over time, Kashmiri artisans added their own flourishes to the art form, bringing attention to their creations from all around the world. There are two important aspects of Kashmiri paper mache- Sakhtsazi and Naqashi. The first step, Sakhtsazi, involves making the foundation of the paper mache figurine or object with the paper pulp, while Naqashi is the final step of painting and decoration.
Table Mat | Madur Kathi 16 inches x 12 inches
This table mat is hand-woven on the loom using dried natural fibre reeds and coloured threads. These fine weaves provide a great natural and colourful addition to your home. Easy to clean and maintain, these natural fibre mats and runners are designed to provide an authentic traditional look and feel to your dining experience. Mat weaving is an age-old tradition of India with references dating back to Atharva Veda. Madur mats are hand crafted by traditional artisans from rural West Bengal. These Madur mats are 100% organic and made from natural fibres with no added chemicals.