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Indiecottonroute

About Us

Trade routes have existed for centuries. More than pathways to destinations, these routes have been avenues through which ideas, technology, cultures, customs, and friendships have been exchanged and developed between the eastern and the western worlds.
Based on a similar thought, INDIE COTTON ROUTE aims to provide a route through which we hope to spread Indian culture and heritage through our products. We aspire to develop roots across nations through what we do. We came into existence about 17 years ago with a small team of skilled and unskilled tailors and craftsmen. Since then, we have grown from strength to strength.

Our Vision

Our vision is to work passionately and relentlessly with an aim to collaborate with craftspeople from all over India to create exquisitely detailed handcrafted pieces. At the same time, we aspire to offer sustainable livelihood to the workers and thus make our trade commercially viable for everyone involved. We research and use textiles from the farthest corners of India— Chanderi from the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Dabu from Rajasthan, Bandhani from Gujarat, Brocade from Benaras to Kalamkari from Andhra Pradesh and embroideries like Phulkari from Punjab , kantha from West Bengal , Zardosi from Hyderabad and Lucknow , Kutch embroidery from Gujrat to Chikankari from Lucknow to create contemporary, wearable clothes and weave magic into our products.

What You Take Away

Whenever you buy an INDIE COTTON ROUTE product, we give you a part of the history of India. You become part of the family that encourages artisans to carry the legacy of the centuries forward, as part of your purchase goes back for the welfare of these artisans.

AT INDIE COTTON ROUTE, we offer you a custom-made size at no extra cost because we endeavor to give you the best possible cut and fit to suit your need.

 

Recycling and Waste Management

We care for our environment. At Indie cotton route we try and use most of the remnants of fabrics that are left behind after cutting to make accessories such as jewellery, bags, belts, folders, diaries, photoframes, scarves, stoles, patchwork clothes, etc. We are, thus, able to recycle our waste and make optimum use of fabrics. Since these products are mixed and matched they have a unique design appeal and one of its kind!

“Come, discover India through INDIE COTTON ROUTE and celebrate its rich colour palette and traditional weaves and prints!”