Patchwork Tote Bag by the famous Lambani handloom run by the group tribal women generationally passed down from mother to daughter is taking over the modern accessories market abroad. Needlework done with small pieces of cloth cut and patched in over hundreds of design variation is exclusively presented to you directly from them.
Holding steadfast to their ancient mode of designs and dressing, Lambani women weave stylish yet functional tote bags as a century old-style culture.
Bridging the gap between Indian vibrant, legendary styles & Us!
Design & Craft
Giving a testimony of the exquisite artwork of the local artisans of Lambani it varies marginally in shape, size, colour and patterns which makes it more personal and special to you!
Natural colour dying, mirror work and handmade embroidery are prone to colour bleeding, should be hand-washed, separately.
Know the Artists!
Lambanis, elsewhere known as “Banjaras”, who originally came from Marwar are semi-nomadic people who reside mostly in Southern and Middle India. As with many tribal groups, especially those with a nomadic heritage, there is a modern tendency to either isolate or assimilate. The Banjara women, however, are holding steadfast to their ancient mode of dress, which is perhaps the most colourful and elaborate of any tribal group in India.
Lambanis were traders in various merchandise, including salt, which were transported over long distances on the backs of bullocks. In fact, the word Lambani or Lamani is derived from the Sanskrit word lavana (salt). At one time, the Lambanis were the principal suppliers of food grains and other essentials to the Moghul armies.
Maintenance & Care
100% Khadi / 100% cotton
Gently wash with mild detergents.
Hand wash cold.
Wash dark colours separately.
Handcrafted products and natural dye are prone to colour bleeding, handle with care.
|Dimensions||7.87 × 10.23 in|
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