Handcrafted by the craftsmen of Bengal
Handcrafted by the craftsmen of Maharashtra
Handcrafted by the craftsmen of Bihar
Traditional Orange Baluchari Silk Saree With Blouse Piece
Indigo Blue Base Paithani Silk Saree With Red Border
Traditional Black Brocade Paithani Silk Saree With Golden Red Border
Hand Painted Fish Motif Khadi Silk Madhubani Saree
Tribal Naga Headdress / Necklace
Hand-Crafted Royal Dashavatar Tash
Wooden Bankura Horse
Handcrafted Blessed Buddha
The pride of Indian Handloom and Handicraft items from across the country and the world is not an unknown factor. In fact Indians and world citizens swear by them as travel souvenirs, gift items, home decor, accessories and dresses. What is unknown though is the condition of these same people involved in these arts and crafts from across the remotest areas of our country. Thirty Five million people of India are categorised artisans and weavers. This is more than the total population of countries like Afghanistan, Peru, Nepal and Uganda.
These people are highly hand skilled with their trade being passed on for from father to son over many many generations, They live in the remotest corners of India, sometimes even difficult to find by local people, just concentrating on adding sheen to the crafts but never deviating from tradition. We at Buddha And Beyond have traveled the length and breadth of the country India, sourcing these wonderful products and creating a bridge between these artisans and You.
kurtis / Tops
stoles / dupattas