Collection of Curated & Co-created handcrafted Pottery & Jewellery from different parts of India.
Launched - Sawai Madhopur Black Pottery
Amulet Necklace - Maroon (color may look a little different on different screens)
Size: 19 cm
Patwa is a thread craft which originated in Rajasthan and is now practised in parts of Rajasthan, Maharashtra, UP. The word Patwa has been derived from the Hindi word ‘pat’ meaning silk and those involved in the silk and cotton thread business are called Patwas. The Patwa are a mainly Hindu community. Traditionally they were weavers and engaged in jewellery-making business and worked with silver and golden threads. Nadas, Parandi, tassels, pironas of necklaces and payals and rakhis are all examples of the craft.
This is a tribal craft which has a unique beauty in it self. The craftspersons of patwa tribes string the glass beads in the threads and design beautiful necklaces, hair pins and bracelets. Coloured threads and glass beads attract the eyes of every one.
Prosperity from The Mother’s house presents handcrafted Terracotta, Blue Pottery products & jewellery from the villages of India. We aspire to bridge the gap between traditional artisans & craft lovers, to cover the distance between remote villages of India and international craft destinations, to cross the divide between aesthetic products and pocket-friendliness and to find a balance between a rich design heritage and modern-day needs. So far, Prosperity has been able to bring you fine heritage pottery & jewellery from 7 different regions in the State of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat.
The Mother's symbol
"Lay all on Her, She is the cause of all "- Pg: 723, Savitri, Sri Aurobindo
The Mother of Pondicherry is a guide and force behind Prosperity. The venture is a platform to live the ideals given by The Mother for humanity which are: Goodness, Generosity, Equality, Peace.
We aspire, evolve and contribute to bring new world order where the ideals mentioned is way of life. we keep working towards collective harmony.
We are located in Ahmedabad - India's first heritage city
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