ANHAD

NEW DELHI,  DELHI 
India
https://www.theanhadshop.com/
  • Booth: 507


 Press Releases

  • (Apr 28, 2018)

    Anhad celebrates and glorifies the legacy of ancient techniques to craft its textile. Materials and surfaces are rehabilitated to make the products experiential. The designs reflect a contemporary vibe but the soul of Anhad is identified with Khadi, hand spun and hand woven, hand block printed, natural dyed, sustainable and hand embroidered home furnishings and fashion accessories.

    Anhad Khadi integrates sustainable practices, works with local craft communities ensuring ethical partnership and authenticity. The diverse techniques borrowed are slow in nature but renders unparalleled emotions and a sense of nostalgia to the product.


 Products

  • Anhad Throws
    Anhad throws are made of Khadi, Hand spun and hand woven textiles. They are resist wood block printed and dip dyed manually in indigo pits. They are hand embroidered and finished with hand detailing....

  • Anhad throws are made of Khadi and other hand woven materials. They are resist wood block printed and dip dyed manually in indigo pits. They are hand embroidered and finished with hand detailing. The smallest size is 50 X 60 cm. The largest size is 110X90. However, all designs can be customised to any size. Each design and every piece is unique in its own way. 

    All processes used in making these throws are sustainable age old traditions like Khadi and indigo pit dyeing. Khadi is special hand woven fabric where the yarn is also made in the villages by hand spinning. The fabrics are dried in natural sunlight. No power is consumed in making of these textiles.  The artisans making these textiles don't have to migrate to industrial units for production. They live with their families and create these textiles in their households. 

    However, the main character of these textiles is that they are very contemporary and relevant with todays market trends. They don't  look ethnic or traditional in their aesthetic or form. Anhad products are the new Avatar of craft.

  • Anhad Cushions
    Anhad cushions are made of Khadi, Hand spun and hand woven textiles. They are resist wood block printed and dip dyed manually in indigo pits. They are hand embroidered and finished with hand detailing....

  • Anhad cushions are made of Khadi and other hand woven materials. They are resist wood block printed and dip dyed manually in indigo pits. They are hand embroidered and finished with hand detailing. All designs can be customised to any size. Each design and every piece is unique in its own way.

    All processes used in making these throws are sustainable age old traditions like Khadi and indigo pit dyeing. Khadi is special hand woven fabric where the yarn is also made in the villages by hand spinning. The fabrics are dried in natural sunlight. No power is consumed in making of these textiles.  The artisans making these textiles don't have to migrate to industrial units for production. They live with their families and create these textiles in their households.

    However, the main character of these textiles is that they are very contemporary and relevant with today’s market trends. They so not look ethnic or traditional in their aesthetic or form. Anhad products are the new Avatar of craft.

  • Anhad Bags
    Anhad bags are made of Khadi, Hand spun and hand woven textiles. They are resist wood block printed and dip dyed manually in indigo pits. They are hand embroidered and finished with hand detailing....

  • Anhad bags are made of Khadi and other hand woven materials. They are resist wood block printed and dip dyed manually in indigo pits. They are hand embroidered and finished with hand detailing. All designs can be customised to any size. Each design and every piece is unique in its own way.

    All processes used in making these bags are sustainable age old traditions like Khadi and indigo pit dyeing. Khadi is special hand woven fabric where the yarn is also made in the villages by hand spinning. The fabrics are dried in natural sunlight. No power is consumed in making of these textiles.  The artisans making these textiles don't have to migrate to industrial units for production. They live with their families and create these textiles in their households.

    However, the main character of these textiles is that they are very contemporary and relevant with today’s market trends. They do not look ethnic or traditional in their aesthetic or form. Anhad products are the new Avatar of craft.


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