Annual General Meeting was organized by Sadhna Handicrafts on 28th May, 2016, where more than 400 artisans from different groups/locations participated. Ms Judy Frater, founder of Kala Rakhsa Vidyalaya inaugurated the AGM by formally lighting the lamp along with the board members. Kala Raksha Vidyalaya is the first design school for the traditional artisans. She… Continue reading Annual General Meeting of Sadhna Handicrafts
Sadhna handicrafts organized one day summer camp for the artisan’s children on 16th June, 2016 at Udaipur. Children between age group 13-18 years participated in the camp. One of the highlight of the camp was to guide and counsel the youth for the right career path. The youth was guided about the different work opportunities… Continue reading Summer camp for the artisan’s children: Sadhna Handicrafts
Rajasthan: Sadhna handicrafts organized an exposure tour for the block printing artisans to see the Chapai unit at Akola village. The purpose of the visit was to make the artisans learn about block prints, techniques used in block printing and colour fixing, while preparing products like duppattas, bed covers, saris etc. Akola is a hub… Continue reading Exposure visit for the artisans
It was the 30th edition of the annual festival, supported by Ministry of External Affair and the Embassy of India in Myanmar, collaborated hands to exhibit traditional crafts like shell crafts, basketry, mat weaving, handloom textile weaving, jewellery form the neighbouring country.
The Craft Bazaar was inaugurated by Lalitha Kumarmangalam-Chairperson National Council for Women, Meenakshi Lekhi-Member of Parliament, New Delhi, His Excellency-U Aung Khin Soe-Myanmar, Ambassador to India and many other dignitaries from craft world. The main highlight of the program was the Craft Women from Myanmar. Starting a long term friendship, artists of Sadhna from Udaipur, Rajasthan, Purkal Stree Shakti from Purkal, Uttrakahnad, Aagor from Assam shared a common platform with the art across India and Myanmar and saw the similarities between their works with Myanmar artists.
‘Sadhna’, A Women’s Handicraft Enterprise and member of FTF-I working with the rural, tribal, urban slum women of Udaipur providing work opportunities to almost 700 women of that area have taken a great step for the consumers. Sadhna has recently launched an online store to make shopping easier for the customers.
Now the products made by these women can be purchased online with the easiest payment mode for the convenience of the customers. With the complete support and response from the buyers Sadhna has taken this step to make things easy from customers end and to fulfill the present day demand.
Sadhna’s artisans create exquisite and exceptional textile products with their signature handwork and appliqué kurta, saarees, home furnishing and accessories. All the products sold by Sadhna hold the authentic ‘Craftmark’ certification.
Sadhna was started operating in 1988 with 15 women, and today Sadhna has proudly become a family of 700 members. There are 49 groups with 10-20 members in each group, which are spread over 16 different locations in the city. Sadhna continuously organizes training sessions for the women artisans to improve their skills and support them in the state of Rajasthan.