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Like the legendary Silk Route to the famous Meena Bazaar and today’s Dilli Haat, you have arrived at CRAFTISAN®’s online marketplace for Indian crafts featuring the best in Indian crafts and craftsmanship. You have reached an authentic curated art and craft collective of elegance and sophistication.
We feature handcrafted creations by artisans, master craftspersons, craft clusters, NGOs, Self Help Groups (SHGs) and designers across India. We offer products that combine crafting practices from ancient and medieval times with technology from the modern era to connect India’s rural villages and its artisans to the rest of the globe. Through our detailed quality control and monitoring, we are committed to offer the best products of traditional Indian crafts, thus maintaining high standards in craftsmanship. By interfacing with craftspersons directly, we eliminate middlemen and ensure craft sustainability and livelihoods of artisans and their communities. We are also the world’s first marketplace for 100% authentic and certified products from India like Craftmark® by AIACA, Handloom Mark®, Khadi Mark®, Silk Mark®, Geographical Indications ®GI, etc.
The CRAFTISAN® Logo is a thoughtful reflection of the core values of the brand. The 6 C’s represent a continuum – Civilization, Culture, Creativity, Craft, Cause, Continuity. The 6 C's arranged in a radial setting additionally denote that crafts come from all corners. The Earthy colors signify the rustic nature of crafts and the graphic uses a modern typeface C to cue craft and signify that craft is evolutionary. The Arrangement of the C's is such that it forms flaring rays of sun in the center signifying brightness and radiance. The flower petals in the center signify the purity of arts and crafts and finally the overall design gives a subtle feeling of an Indian rangoli (geometric pattern that has deep cultural significance) and subtly evokes an Indian ethos.