Meet Your Artisans
Those who Hand-Weave & Hand Make Traditional Artwork .
rangamaati was formed to fight back poverty among rural women around Bengal. We currently work with over 50 marginalized women at fair wages to give them access to a safe job, sustainable income, health care, education, and a real chance to break the cycle of poverty for themselves and their families.
20 marginalized Artisan groups and social enterprises over 12 different Villages from Bengal, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan presently employed out of which almost 65 % being Female Artisan who makes each fair trade piece by hand using various cultural techniques learned and practiced over Generations.
Our goal is to promote women’s development through Traditional Art Revival, reward their work fairly and encourage them as leaders.
Every purchase through our Online shop creates meaningful opportunities for our artisan partners, LOOK FOR YOUR ARTISAN AND SEE HOW YOUR PURCHASE MAKES AN IMPACT IN HER LIFE.
Our Artisans are committed to providing beautiful and unique artwork that is made by hand, follow fair trade standards, and honor our eco-friendly commitment. Every Artisan who makes our beautiful handmade products are the foundation of our mission to improve the lives of women and children living in extreme poverty.
The Hearts and courageous actions of each of our artisans bring inspiration and hope to those around them – they truly are world changers!