The Bronze Age on the Indian subcontinent began around 3300 BC. Inhabitants of the Indus Valley, the Harappans, developed a new technique in metallurgy — Dhokra. ‘Dokra’ is a non–ferrous metal casting using the lost-wax casting technique.
September 25, 2016, Bangalore Karnataka India Earthen Living LLP (Earthen Living) has announced to endorse 6 handicraft artisans in Wood & Dokra sector to expand distribution channels for those artisans’ exclusive handicraft products’ range to increase the speed to reach more valuable prospect customers in the Indian market through Earthen Living’s lifestyle online marketplace www.EarthenStore.com.
Organic cannot be the only solution to live a natural life. Hence, we extended our reach to other sectors. Wood being the most used and safe material for home, Earthen Living ties up with top four wood artisans and manufacturers, to offer Indian customers a range of wooden Kitchen Tools & Utensils; starting from vegetable chopping board to baby feeding spoon, service tray to fruit salad bowls and many more. Earthen Living extended their wooden products offering to personal care category by adding premium quality neem wood combs.
Indian rural secondary activities continue to depend substantially on traditional crafts and craftsmen. The Bronze Age on the Indian subcontinent began around 3300 BC. Inhabitants of the Indus Valley, the Harappans, developed a new technique in metallurgy — Dhokra. ‘Dokra’ is a non–ferrous metal casting using the lost-wax casting technique. Now the ‘Dhokra’ people are settled over a vast tract in the mineral-rich central Indian tribal belt. This ethnic craft had crossed a long path and till a date it is practised by the craftsmen in ancient and traditional manner.
In India this is the first time Earthen Living is projecting only craftsmen to their marketplace to sell their products to the end customers. This will definitely provide them encouragement and fair price to live a better life.
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“Our lives are so powerfully touched by nature that now we should strive to return it back.”
Earthen Living practices to protect air, soil, water, and human. The name itself speaks for its vision. The adverse effect of plastic, chemicals, and toxic loads tell its own stories and now we have enough stories and evidences to believe that we do not live healthy. Earthen Living is an initiative to design a healthy way of life, not just for the consumers; but also for the people who help us to live healthy. Earthen Living is not just a company; it is a way to live natural lifestyle.