An exclusive collection of hand crafted silver jewellery is now available at dāram store, Hyderabad, in a wide range and price points. Each piece has been carefully selected to create a collection that caters to ethnic as well as contemporary sensibilities.
The pieces have been designed by professional jewellery designers and made by traditional craftsmen based in Jaipur, Rajasthan.
This Holi dāram once again presents genuinely natural colours from Ecoexist, Pune.
Holi, a festival celebrating spring and the colours that come with it, is a time of merriment. Celebrating this very spirit and core of Holi dāram has been for the past 5 years offering natural holi colours in its tradition of celebrating festivals wisely and safely. Our customers completely endorse these initiatives and we are only glad to see the awareness spreading not only within the dāram circle but
as a whole. Hyderabad
The entire range of Rang Dulaar, genuinely natural colours that care, are made using the safest natural ingredients. Yellow comes from turmeric & potato, pink gulaal from rose, beetroot & arrowroot, green from turmeric and indigo, red and orange from turmeric, kumkum and potato. Further, these colours provide livelihoods to women farmers under Vanastree, Karnataka and are packed by women prisoners and underprivileged women. An environment and socially sensitive product Rang Dulaar colours are available in a box of 250gms containing 50gms packets of 5 colours. Individual packets of the new, beautiful pink gulaal are also available in 50gms pack. These colours can be used both as dry powders and can be dissolved in water too.
dāram endeavours to encourage the return of natural colours to celebrate the colours of nature during Holi.
Dastkar Andhra welcomes summer in
yardage, dupattas and sarees. dāram
accompanies with a range of new hand block prints in natural dyes, new styles for women and a wider range in
menswear. New Delhi
Dastkar Andhra Marketing Association, DAMA, offers a classic range of fabrics, dupattas and sarees in vibrant hues, stripes and checks, plains with zari and thread borders, fabrics in natural dyes and with new kalamkari prints. DAMA’s craft aware
customers have always appreciated DAMA’s Andhra
cotton handloom collection, especially the natural dyed and khadi varieties. This year DAMA also offers new designs in
hand-block printed Kalamkari of Andhra on handloom and new colors in natural
dyes. New Delhi
’s exclusive cotton handloom garment store and a sister
concern of Dastkar Andhra, is slowly finding a market in Hyderabad . Based on its experience in New Delhi , dāram has put together a collection of
new hand-block printed garments in natural dyes. These prints are done on famed
Andhra khadi. Natural dyed, hand block printed in Ajrakh, Dabu & Bagru
techniques on khadi and tailored into well finished garments. This collection
is a collaboration of best hand processes of New Delhi . Also available is a wider range of menswear in plain wovens and
hand block prints. Further all the garments are pre-shrunk and guarantee the
handloom comfort. India
Dastkar Andhra and its sister organizations are committed to the handloom and handmade process and work towards supporting rural livelihoods through interventions in technology, design and marketing.
Aga Khan Hall
Bhagwan Dass Road
Near Mandi House
2nd March 2013
DAMA product range
Azo free Chemical dye range
Dress material in plain, stripes & checks Yardage with zari & thread borders
New textures in double (thick) counts
Natural dye range
Traditional vat indigo and natural dyed plain, stripes, and checks Kalamkari prints on kora and coloured fabrics & dupattas
Zari and thread border sarees in fine and medium counts from the strongholds of Andhra’s weaving centres Kalamkari and natural dyed Khadi sarees
dāram product range
Long and Short Kurtas, Salwars, Churidars and Dupattas for women
Wovens in various textures, colours, styles and cuts
Handblock prints on hand-woven fabrics in natural dye Ajrakh prints of
Kutch, Gujarat with Dabu & Bagru, Rajasthan & chemical prints of
Long & Short Kurtas, full & half sleeve shirts for men
Wovens in various textures, colours, Handblock prints on hand-woven fabrics in natural dye Ajrakh prints of K