In today's fast-paced, mass-produced world, there is a growing appreciation for the unique charm and authenticity of handmade home products. These beautifully crafted items not only add a personal touch to your home, but also have a profound positive impact on the local economy. From supporting local artisans and small businesses to fostering sustainable practices, the resurgence of handmade home products is contributing to the growth and vitality of communities in India.
In Hindi, the word Sambhali means "strengthening of the deprived." By working together with this wonderful organisation De Weldaad is proud to support this community-driven sewing center and thus helps to empower deprived Rajasthani women to reclaim their worth.
Glassmaking has been a craft that has been practiced for thousands of years, and India has a rich tradition of producing exquisite glass objects. In recent years, the demand for recycled glass has increased, and traditional glassmakers in India have started using recycled glass to create beautiful pieces of art. In this blog, we will explore the process of traditional glassmaking of recycled glass in India.
During one of my business trips, I ran into this small but very important initiative. I immediately decided to support it!