ANHAD

NEW DELHI,  DELHI 
India
https://www.theanhadshop.com/
  • Booth: 1571

Anhad is a story of sustainability. Identified with Khadi, hand spun, hand woven, hand block printed and hand stitched home textiles, Anhad integrates ancient techniques and sustainable practices to create contemporary products. 


 Products

  • Anhad Throw
    Anhad throws are handcrafted in many techniques like khadi, indigo dip dyeing, mud resist hand block printing, kantha, hand knitting, quilting and layering...

  • Anhad throws are generally made to the standard size of 40"X 60". However, they can be customised to any size. They are made in natural materials like cotton, silk, linen and wool. These are handwoven with hand spun yarn, hand dyed, hand block printed and hand embroidered.

    Based in the ideology of Sustainability the textiles used in making these throws come from different villages of India. The artisans are encouraged to work from their traditional home environments so that they don't become migrant labourers in factories.  

    This patchwork throw is made in the traditional hand quilting technique of Kantha. The technique might be traditional but the composition and design language is inpired by the De Stijl art movement. 

  • Anhad Cushions
    Anhad cushions are handcrafted in many techniques like khadi, indigo dip dyeing, mud resist hand block printing, kantha, hand knitting, quilting and layering...

  • Anhad cushions are made in various standard sizes. However, they can be customised to any size. They are made in natural materials like cotton, silk, linen and wool. These are handwoven with hand spun yarn, hand dyed, hand block printed and hand embroidered. 

    Based in the ideology of Sustainability the textiles used in making these throws come from different villages of India. The artisans are encouraged to work from their traditional home environments so that they don't become migrant labourers in factories.  

    This cutwork cushion is made using textile waste from other anhad products. This technique is fine example of anmalgamation of sustainability, tactility and perceptibility.

  • Anhad Bag
    Anhad bags are handcrafted in many techniques like khadi, indigo dip dyeing, mud resist hand block printing, kantha, hand knitting, quilting and layering...

  • Anhad bags are generally made in various different sizes and shapes. It always fun create new forms for new functions. They are made in natural materials like cotton, silk, linen and wool. These are handwoven with hand spun yarn, hand dyed, hand block printed and hand embroidered. 

    Based in the ideology of Sustainability the textiles used in making these throws come from different villages of India. The artisans are encouraged to work from their traditional home environments so that they don't become migrant labourers in factories.  

    This bag is made in play of print and experimental layering of fabric. The fabrics are tradtional but the technique is experimental. 

  • Anhad Bag
    Anhad bags are handcrafted in many techniques like khadi, indigo dip dyeing, mud resist hand block printing, kantha, hand knitting, quilting and layering...

  • Anhad bags are generally made in various different sizes and shapes. It always fun create new forms for new functions. They are made in natural materials like cotton, silk, linen and wool. These are handwoven with hand spun yarn, hand dyed, hand block printed and hand embroidered. 

    Based in the ideology of Sustainability the textiles used in making these throws come from different villages of India. The artisans are encouraged to work from their traditional home environments so that they don't become migrant labourers in factories.  

    This bag is made in play of print and experimental layering of fabric. The fabrics are tradtional but the technique is experimental. 

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