We procure our fabric from certified vendors only.

India’s organic certification standards are set by the National Programme for Organic Production (NPOP), which are based on standards set by the International Federation of Organic Agriculture (IFOAM).

In India, there is a handful of certifying agencies accredited by NPOP. Farmers and producers must register with one of these agencies, which will, in turn, verify whether NPOP standards have been met.

We use the Handloom Mark for all products

Handloom Mark is the Government of India’s initiative to provide a collective identity to the handloom products in India and can be used not only for popularizing the hand woven products but can also serve as a seal of guarantee for the buyer ensuring that the product purchased is genuinely hand woven from India. 

This app empowers all the customers of Handloom products to ascertain the veracity and originality of the product through unique and dynamic QR code labels affixed on each handloom product at a click of a button on the app. 

In the case of a genuine product, this app will give information about its weaver and in case of a fake label, the app will immediately alert the buyer and the administrators by sending a Geotag location of such fraud label sale. 

We Use Eco-Packaging

Brand tags made using recycled newspaper and using plastic-free packaging are some of the steps we have taken to ensure we do not contribute to plastic waste.

We Use Kala Cotton

An Indian Cotton variety of Kutch, Kala Cotton is carbon neutral cotton that uses lesser water compared to American Cotton since the farmers of the Kutch prefer their cotton to be rain-fed, thereby eliminating the water for irrigation purposes. Also, the unique quality of Kala fabric to be resilient to pests gives the royalty of using fewer pesticides, manure, and artificial fertilizers. In addition to keeping the fabric eco-friendly, the limited use of pesticides offers farmers a safer environment to work around.