While we believe last year has been one tough ride, how about still making up with something mesmerizing to look back to.
This season, let your loved ones feel glad and grateful with a specially-curated Thoughtful Hamper, one which has a deep significance for each item it contains. This Hamper is packed with:
1Scented Candles - Fill your life with the fragrance of Joy and Happiness with these Scented Candles.
2 Newspaper Pencil : In order to make a difference and bridge the gap of pollution caused to the environment, we've got these Newspaper Pencils which are not only wood free, but also made from waste newspaper, thus contributing to the 3 Rs - Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
3 In case of Emergency Cards - ICE Cards - The world is not far from functioning digital in all aspects, yet it is somehow necessary to stick to the roots in case of Emergency. Presenting to you, these mini Emergency Cards that might make a perfect accessory for your Wallet, and also help you out in case of any sort of emergencies
4Letter from the sender - A personalised touch to your Hamper for making your special one feel even more loved and cared.
5Chocolates - As they say, Happiness doubles when shared, how about making this Diwali a festival to remember for those cute little Todds out there on the streets, it's time you make them smile today, because that's what they truly deserve
6 A5 handmade Ekatra Premium journal crafted with utmost details.
7 Set of Cotton Mask to keep you safe. 8 Handstiched pouch by Arshi. So the minute this pouch lands up in your closet, you are not just meeting your needs, but just making her smile with gratitude.
9 Seed Jar: if at all you want the Most Unexceptional out of this Nature, you have to give the Most Unexceptional of it. As they say, "What you give, is what you receive." With these seeds, gift yourself and this Nature a sense of peacefulness and calm
We are Minakshi & Aishwarya Jhawar, a mother-daughter duo, looking for mediums to express ourselves. We work with the form & functions of basic materials and embed them in our day-to-day lives. So, here we are looking to tell & capture stories through our handcrafted stationery & accessories. I am Aishwarya Jhawar, a major in Urban Planning & Product Designing from Srishti Institute of Art Design & Technology, Bangalore, I set on my journey in my College and that journey is called Ekatra. We're probably a lot alike, you & I. At some point in her homemaking, Minakshi started to wonder why was she doing all these things she really didn't want to, and couldn't come up with an answer. We both started to wonder about alternatives and took a teetering step towards freedom. We, organically, started with this work and saw that freedom could start with self-employment and everything else could be figured out along the way. We knew so many such women who were in search of the...