Delhi-based startup Handikart, an online handicrafts store that offers assorted range of handicraft products from India, has announced its global selling program by foraying into the US market.
Founded in 2016 by Priyank Varshney, Handikart has products over 30 categories which are available on the website from traditional local artisans. The products showcase the undying spirit of the artisans’ creativity, living in far remote areas in various parts of India.
From Gorara Stone fine carvings to Black Pottery of Nizamabad; from hand-made bone jewellery to eco-friendly bamboo and cane products from Assam; from Orissa’s Palm Pattachitra to Shikauli baskets of Uttar Pradesh, from Kashmir’s paper mache to traditional Blue Pottery of Jaipur, Handikart is a place where Indian essence comes alive.
It’s team consist of handicraft lovers and deal in those products that are part of Indian Handicraft history for a very long time.
Under its global selling program, Handikart will be delivering products globally including the United States, The UK, Middle East and Latin America. Handikart’s foray into international market aims to bestow the global citizens an opportunity to experience the splendid craftsmanship of Indian artisans by bringing the vast variety of exquisite handmade products under one cover.
Speaking on the development, Priyank Vashney, founder of Handikart, said, “We are mighty pleased to see our diligent efforts taking shape finally. Exquisite demonstrations of India’s skilled craftsmanship have created a distinct identity to win accolades in India and worldwide. In less than six months we expanded pan India and now globally. Non-resident Indians and foreigners sitting around the world with interests in genuine Indian handmade products can order them by just the click of a button.”
He further added, “Handikart is in alignment with the Indian government’s Skill India campaign and going forward we shall add more categories to our splendid handmade collection and keep promoting artisans of India on the global stage.”