Swastha | Stay Well Gift Kit
Swastha | Gift Kit - a perfect gift set of 8 for house warming ceremony.
The ultimate beauty in a home is its emotional and spiritual warmth. A new home means new beginnings and entering a new home is one of life’s precious moments. In our culture, it is believed that the home is a living being, and the new occupants need to fill it up with good, positive energy and vibes so that the family can have a new peaceful beginning.
As a token of appreciation of our clients and to help them get started in their new home with positive energy, we present this humble Griha Pravesh kit. Symbols of our country’s deep spirituality and knowledge of life rendered lovingly by artisans from India’s Arts & Crafts. Perfect gift set for house warming ceremony.
Cotton Yoga Mat
Perfect gift for a yogi or athlet to enjoy yogasanas naturally! A yoga mat is the yoga practitioners favourite companion and what better way than to opt for a natural and an organic cotton yoga mat in comparison with the synthetic and chemical laden ones.
Khunn Toran - Handwoven and Handcrafted Khunn Fabric
A Toran is tied on the door of a home and temple to please and attract the divine energy of Goddess Lakshmi. The traditional Toran is presented here in Khunn fabric, passionately woven by weavers from Ilkal in Karnataka and a distinctive part of the identity of rural women of north Karnataka, and parts of adjoining Maharashtra. A lucky and practical charm for your home, with its colourful vibrancy.
Bedside Carafe & Glass - Capacity: 750 ml
Indic Inspirations brings together old-world wisdom and new-age design in its Bedside Water Carafe. Utilitarian, smart, ever-lasting - the Bedside Carafe would be the best thing you would have bought or gifted.
Ganapati Brass Idol of 4 Inch
Bring the blessings of the God Ganesh in your home with this beautiful brass metal Ganesha - Lord of good beginnings! Brass – an alloy created by fusing zinc with copper that closely resembles gold – has been around in India since 3rd century BC. It is handcrafted by artisans from Moradabad that is known for its metalwork artistry since the 16th century.
Lota Vase – 5 Inches
The use of lota (a word with no English equivalent) has been epic and is believed to have been in existence since 2300 BCE! A multipurpose metal vessel for all walks of Indian life, it is used for fetching water, performing religious rituals, and even practicing yoga. Lacquered, wooden vase is made by artisans of Channapatna Woodcraft, craft that has existed since the 1700s near Bangalore in Karnataka. Said to have originated in Persia. The items are made using traditional, turned lacquer ware techniques and are coloured using natural dyes.
Hourglass Shaped T-Light- Channapatna Wood Craft
Lacquered, wooden tea light candle holder- a perfect gift for a new home - is made by artisans of Channapatna Woodcraft, craft that has existed since the 1700s near Bangalore in Karnataka. Said to have originated in Persia, Tipu Sultan got local artisans from around Channapatana to learn and develop it, originally to make toys. The items are made using traditional, turned lacquer ware techniques and are coloured using natural dyes. The products are absolutely eco friendly and non hazardous.
Jaipur Blue Pottery Diffuser with Essential Oil (5Ml)
Well-being in its purest state, it is an ideal way to keep your home smelling divine, no matter what the season. The blue pottery 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 which is what gives it its color and finally decorated with animal bird and floral motifs.
Direction of Using Diffuser & Oil: Pour some water in the bowl and then add the essential oil (always dilute the essential oil with base oil) coming with this product or you may use your own if you have, place a tea light candle inside the diffuser and allow the aroma to reach the desired heat, the water will warm quickly by lighted tea candle than aroma will start diffusion in the air.
Support for India’s Arts & Crafts
India is the birthplace of Art & Craft, and its 3000+ crafts represent our ancient traditions and wisdom. Care for the Earth and Environment and sustainable use of resources is a part of the ethos of the materials and processes of traditional crafts.
We wish you a happy life ahead! Sada Sukhi Raho!