Experience the woodcraft of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, and the fine jamdani of West Bengal, then move to the woven baskets of the Garhwal region and the warm drapes of Kashmir, all while sitting at home. We bring you an easy guide to sail through the extensive collections of India’s State Emporiums, online.
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Poompuhar | Tamil Nadu
Mrignaynee | Madhya Pradesh
Lepakshi | Andhra Pradesh
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Loomworld | Tamil Nadu
Kusum | Jharkhand
Jharcraft | Jharkhand
Himadri | Uttrakhand
Boyanika | Odisha
Biswa Bangla | West Bengal
APCO | Andhra Pradesh
Bihar Khadi | Bihar
Tantuja | West Bengal
Hand in hand with India’s state emporiums
Vast like the Indian landscape, our handmade heritage is diverse, spanning small clusters that are almost invisible and inaccessible to a large chunk of our population. The talented artisans often battle challenges from not just fast fashion trends, but also from a lack digital knowledge and awareness. Hand in hand with India’s state emporiums, Amazon offers thousands of weavers and artisans a single platform to showcase their handmade heritage and reach the world’s biggest network of sellers and consumers in an instant.
The effect is manifold. Artisans get an authentic platform with fair prices, and they also get a medium to revive dying art forms by way of digital storytelling and various initiatives of state emporiums. Consumers, on the other hand, are always assured of affordable and authentic products that can be accessed virtually in any part of the world via Amazon Global Selling. Further, the folklores and tales connected to these artefacts are retained through unique campaigns like Amazon Story Boxes and Share the Craft, enabling forward and backward integration.
As we celebrate Indian handmade products, together with state emporiums, we are humbled to enable these marvels to reach Indian and global consumers and celebrate the spirit of Bharat. Visit our storeshowcasing selection by Government Emporiums.