I'm touched by the mission this team is on to help promote the unknown craftsperson. This needed to be done. I ordered one Kashmiri woollen Pashmina Stole. Had no issues with delivery.
"An exquisitely carved and delicately painted artefact that embellishes any display window or table." Highly recommended
Uttar Pradesh, India
The site is unique. I've not seen such beautiful Indian products before. I've bought a Tanjore painting and would like to build my collection. Its an impressive range.
Its quite amazing to learn that India has so many handicrafts to offer. Its my country and I am learning about these crafts for the first time. I feel proud. I will be buying my gifts from CraftsBazaar from now.
Always wanted to know where to find the great stuff we saw in magazines and movies. My wife and I pick up artworks from all over the world when we travel but in India we only had the same stuff everyone gets. We are so excited with choice we can now find on CraftsBazaar.
For me CraftBazaar opens doors. I browse, shortlist and then use the EMI to suit myself. The Petit Point linen and cushion covers are just fab. Even the designer ethnic Cholis and so beautiful. For me theres nothing like it.
I enjoy browsing through the pages and finding unique products on CraftsBazaar. I bought a Jharokha in Jaipur White Metal with Meenakari work. Its stunning
Terracotta Art Creations,
Our skill is traditional. It takes time. I paint directly on the products without any tracing. I go from Mela to Mela and thats expensive and my products get damaged. I prefer to be an artisan. CraftsBazaar sells and delivers for me globally. Its easy.
I love making all kinds of jewellery. I've been doing this since I was a child and now I want to make my business big. I like to get orders so I can plan for the raw materials and make unique designs. On CraftsBazaar I can be creative and not worry about selling.
Painting is our way of life. We specialize in Gond Paintings and I use walls to paint my murals in the traditional way. There is now some more demand from city people for our craft thanks to the exposure we get from CraftsBazaar promotion.
Jammu And Kashmir
We make Kashmiri rugs by hand. The process is laborious and we spend most of our time indoors embroidering and making designs our customers want. Being promoted is necessary as customers can buy from foreign and we don't have to pay agents or worry about courier.For us its a boon.
We all weave baskets here. In all colours and sizes. Its a remote village so we need people to take all our baskets to the city or Mela to sell. Some sell others are returned. Its costly. We have to pay fees. Before CrafsBazaar came it was hard.