To effectively leverage the power and increased adoption of cutting-edge technologies like the internet, cell-phones and mobile banking, to build a value-generating ecosystem and an invested community, to enable exponential growth at grass-roots for artisan communities that primarily inhabit rural regions. CraftsBazaar will onboard every artisan anywhere!
CraftsBazaar will be the first choice of consumers for buying fabulous, handmade, one-of-a-kind products from Home and Living to Apparel, Arts and Vintage. It will generate demand and resulting wealth that will create means for Better Earnings for the Arts and Crafts Communities; Improved Living Conditions; Access to Safety, Education and Healthcare.
E-biz reaches out to rural artisans
Patiala based Arun Kumar Bajaj never knew his paintings made out of thread will cath the attention of e-retailor.He has sold his paintings across india through exhibitions.But now..
Patronise Your Own CraftsBazaar
Where we come from, our personal experiences and the collective unconscious, all play a part in determining the paths we choose and pursuits we make our own. Like so many..
CraftsBazaar takes india's heritage legacy to consumers
India has a rich tapestry of heritage crafts and highly skilled artisans spread across the country who are capable custodians of this ethos. Craftsbazaar is an online platform that connects..
CraftsBazaar-Bringing the Mela to Your Door
Promoter of Direct Sourcing and Fair Trade; Champion for Gender equality. Passionate believer in the untapped potential of the rural masses and the associated oppertunity for global..
Not so long ago in the collective historical memory of the worlds carlographers and sea-faring journey men, columbus set out to find the land of spices and untold riches.
Connecting Ancient Art To Modern Marketing
Aparna Challu is a technology-evangelist , passionate about bringing together teams and communities to unleash untapped rural potential exponentially. In an era of mobility solutions..
In the ancient temple-town of Sri Kalahasti, a fine art has held its own quite like the deities that grace their marvellous stone abodes to be visited by multitudes in hopes of a "darshan" or blessing.Continue Reading
Andhra Pradesh - Karnataka Highway
Lokesh Kumar and his father have migrated from Agra in Uttar Pradesh, Northern India, to set-up their..Continue Reading
The welcoming homes and workshops along the village lanes of Channapatna, Mandya, just off the Bengaluru-Mysuru..Continue Reading
Mamani is an Artisan From West Bengal. "I Draw Kalighat Painting On Paper Using Natural Color.My Work Includes Hindu Deties,Mythological Figure And Human Life Scene", says she. Continue Reading
Rashid Khan Started His Painting From 1966 And Is A Pioneer On Mud Work And Mud Painting On Canvas And Tries To Depict The Kutchi Culture And Is Very Imaginative And All...Continue Reading
Moonj/Kusha Grass from the Indian Gangetic Plains.
Mr Om Prakash trains and employs about 400 women who work..Continue Reading