Indiavaale not only targets to showcase Indian art on global level but also to help the art and the artisans live. The motive is to keep the age old tradition and art alive for years to come.
Indiavaale, a social e-commerce startup is a platform, created to let the Indian handicraft artisans meet the true admirer of their art on the global level.
Though people prefer to use ready-made things and do not have time to maintain the delicate nature of art pieces, there are people who appreciate and like these art pieces more than ready-made stuffs. No only in India but also in and around the globe, people are very fond of India's rich colors and arts.
Indiavaale is one such platform and in just six months it has managed to curate 340 products.
It not only targets to showcase Indian art on global level but also to help the art and the artisans live. The motive is to keep the age old tradition and art alive for years to come.
Tanvi Sangal, Founder of Indiavaale, said, "India is a country painted on artist's canvas.
Indiavaale aims at promoting products created by artisans that reflect this beauty. In the past six months, we have been able to curate 340 products by collaborating with just 12 artisans across three to four states.
There is a whole world out there for us to explore and bring to the modern buyer."
As per reports, it sells home and lifestyle products online with approach to Indian handicrafts. Taking a leaf from Honorable PM Narendra Modi's Make in India and Skill India campaigns, they aim at up-skilling handicraft artisans and ensuring the preservation of our age old arts.
The social e-commerce portal is focused on investing in the skill development of artisans from states including Odisha, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal to create a line of contemporary Indian handicrafts desired both globally and locally.