Rangsutra is a community owned craft company of over a thousand artisans from remote regions of India – the deserts of Rajasthan and plains of Eastern U.P and all the way to Manipur in the North East.
Rangsutra ensures sustainable livelihoods for artisans and farmers by creating top quality hand made products based on the principles of fair trade and a celebration of India’s rich craft heritage.
We see ourselves as a bridge between:
– Artisans and customers
– Tradition and the contemporary
– Change and continuity
Our journey began when 1,000 artisans put in 1,000 rupees each to form Rangsutra with a starting capital of Rs. 10 Lakhs. Today, more than 2,000 artisans are shareholders in our company and have shown utmost faith and commitment to our venture! As shareholders, they have a strong sense of ownership and pride in …
There is a strong communal link between artisans of Bikaner and Barmer. Due to inter marriage amongst families of both the places, there is a continuity of crafts and culture. Taggu ji is a product of this custom. Daughter of one of Rangsutra’s first shareholder Badli Bai and sister of Craft Manager Chima Ram ji, …
An applique artisan with one of our oldest NGO supplier Roshni Sansthan, Barmer, Tulsi ji’s craft centre is a place which fills your heart with joy. She ensures that the women artisan’s at her center always enjoy the work and have a smile on their faces. Tulsi Ji started her journey twenty years ago as …
Stall No. 31
Gali-e-khas, Nature Bazaar
Andheria Modh, Near Chhatarpur Metro Station
Assi Panch Mandir
Opp Abhay Cinema Hall