Rangsutra is a community owned craft company of over a thousand artisans from remote regions of India – the deserts of Rajasthan and plains of Eastern U.P and all the way to Manipur in the North East.
Rangsutra ensures sustainable livelihoods for artisans and farmers by creating top quality hand made products based on the principles of fair trade and a celebration of India’s rich craft heritage.
We see ourselves as a bridge between:
– Artisans and customers
– Tradition and the contemporary
– Change and continuity
This National Handloom Day, we talk about our work in the field of handloom weaving as well as our partnerships with IKEA and FabIndia that have given a new lease of life to handloom weavers in India. Partnership between RangSutra & IKEA The Handloom Industry in India has had to compete unfairly with mills and power …
When Rangsutra began, like most startups, we all worked from home. I worked from my home in Gurgaon, as did our co-founder, Ritu, who worked from Noida. Delhi Haat was our favourite place for meetings. The artisans we collaborated with also worked from their homes, coming together in small groups only for meetings or sampling …
International Day of Rural Women Did you know? More than 80% of our artisan owners are women from rural villages of India. Our endeavour is to provide these women with the opportunity to improve their craft, supplement their income and work in equal and dignified conditions. Currently, we are working with women artisans from villages …
Stall No. 31
Gali-e-khas, Nature Bazaar
Andheria Modh, Near Chhatarpur Metro Station
Assi Panch Mandir
Opp Abhay Cinema Hall