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Memeraki LOVE'S ART, from the deepest nooks and crannies of their heart and soul. They've set out to make art a part of their daily lives. Their idea is to make art more accessible and incorporating that art into something that you need everyday which is ofcourse your bag! 

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Return To The Root Silk Clutch

As the ancient tribal fable unfolds in the 21st century, the gond artist’s vivid paintings narrate tales of their faiths and beliefs, world view, their visual expression and sense of identity - both as a collective , and as individuals. Vibrant colours and animated motifs filled with intricate patterns of dots and dashes bring their mythical jungle to life. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Gond art silk Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. The ten things arise together; In their arising is their return. Now they flower, and flowering sink homeward, returning to the root. All things are in process, rising and returning. Plants come to blossom, but only to return to the root. This beautiful return to the root clutch can be a perfect addition in you wardrobe for this festive season.
₹ 3,499.00 incl tax
₹ 3,149.00 incl tax

Birds Of A Feather Silk Clutch

Gracious strokes artfully done with a single haired brush, marks the detailing in the renowned Miniature paintings. The genesis of the Mughal miniature painting is said to be one of the pivotal points of visual history of India. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Miniature Painting Silk Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. "Humans also seek each other— Father, mother, sister, brother— Hither, thither, upper, nether, Birds of a feather flock together." The perennial human need to connect and find our tribe is beautifully depicted by the miniature artist Rajender Sharma on this hand-painted gold and black silk bag.
₹ 3,499.00 incl tax
₹ 3,149.00 incl tax

Tree Of Life Clutch

Since the 12th Century AD, the Pattachitra paintings flourished in the temple town of Puri, with skilled chitrakars adorning canvases, temple walls, and walls of homes during marriages and other festive occasions with detailed artwork. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Pattachitra Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. Every tree, every growing thing as it grows, says this truth: You harvest what you sow. With life a short as a half taken breath, don't plant anything but love. The tree of life is symbolic in all cultures of creation, growth, protection and nourishment. Earlier, in remote forested areas, the bridegroom offered a tree to his bride as bride price, but the shortage of trees and of land eventually led to the offering of the painted Tree of Life, signifying an eternal relationship. The Tree of Life in Pattachitra has been, from the genesis of this art form, a powerful symbol of hope for longevity and love. Implores the artist Apindra Swain with this beautiful rendition of the Tree of Life to plant the seeds of love.
₹ 3,499.00 incl tax
₹ 3,149.00 incl tax

A Stroll Through The Spoken Forest Clutch

Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Madhubani Black Silk Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. *Mithila paintings are an expression of a woman’s joys, sorrows, her stories, beliefs, songs and routine, all encompassed in a canvas with splendid colors, motifs and symbolisms. Also known as Madhubani paintings, the art form gets its name from the village of Madhubani in Bihar where the tradition of decorating walls and floors of homes and important locations in the village were a norm since ancient times*
₹ 3,499.00 incl tax
₹ 3,149.00 incl tax

Return To The Roof Clutch

As the ancient tribal fable unfolds in the 21st century, the gond artist’s vivid paintings narrate tales of their faiths and beliefs, world view, their visual expression and sense of identity - both as a collective , and as individuals. Vibrant colours and animated motifs filled with intricate patterns of dots and dashes bring their mythical jungle to life. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Gond art Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. The ten things arise together; In their arising is their return. Now they flower, And flowering Sink homeward, Returning to the root. All things are in process, rising and returning. Plants come to blossom, but only to return to the root.  The Gond Artist Venkat Shyam illustrates this circle of life through a herd of deer, embodying the interconnectedness of nature and of living beings with each other manifested in every Gond tradition.
₹ 3,499.00 incl tax
₹ 3,149.00 incl tax

Birds Of A Feather Silk Clutch In Black

Gracious strokes artfully done with a single haired brush, marks the detailing in the renowned Miniature paintings. The genesis of the Mughal miniature painting is said to be one of the pivotal points of visual history of India. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Miniature Painting Silk Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. "Humans also seek each other— Father, mother, sister, brother— Hither, thither, upper, nether, Birds of a feather flock together." The perennial human need to connect and find our tribe is beautifully depicted by the miniature artist Rajender Sharma on this hand-painted gold and black silk bag.
₹ 3,499.00 incl tax
₹ 3,149.00 incl tax

White Leaves Wooden Clutch

Gracious strokes artfully done with a single haired brush, marks the detailing in the renowned Miniature paintings. The genesis of the Mughal miniature painting is said to be one of the pivotal points of visual history of India. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Miniature Painting Wooden Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. "Be crumbled. So wild flowers will come up where you are. You have been stony for too many years. Try something different. Surrender." Surrender to the magic of these beautiful leaves in fluid strokes by the miniature artist Rajender Sharma , hand painted in white on this round wood clutch.
₹ 6,999.00 incl tax
₹ 6,299.00 incl tax

White Flowers Wooden Clutch

The craft of Kashmir Papier Mache refers, in practise, to the technique of surface decoration rather than the creation of the body of the object. Brought to India by the Muslims saint Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani from Persia in the 14th century, this fine craft requires infinite patience and mastery over the art. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Papier Mache Wooden Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. "Be crumbled. So wild flowers will come up where you are. You have been stony for too many years. Try something different. Surrender." Brought from Samarkand to Kashmir by a Kashmiri Prince, the Persian art form of Papier Mache has evolved to new heights in Kashmir. The artist Riyaz has extended this traditional papier mache work to wooden clutch with these beautiful flowers from the Chinar Valley of Kashmir calling out to you to surrender to their beauty.
₹ 6,999.00 incl tax
₹ 6,299.00 incl tax

The White Birds Round Wooden Clutch

The craft of Kashmir Papier Mache refers, in practise, to the technique of surface decoration rather than the creation of the body of the object. Brought to India by the Muslims saint Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani from Persia in the 14th century, this fine craft requires infinite patience and mastery over the art. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Papier Mache Round Wooden Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. I am haunted by numberless islands, and many a Danaan shore, where time would surely forget us, and sorrow come near us no more; Soon far from the rose and the lily, and fret of the flames would we be, were we only white birds, my beloved, buoyed out on the foam of the sea. These white birds hand-painted in the Chinar Paper Mache style by the artist Riyaz beautifully depicts the wish to escape time and embrace love.
₹ 6,999.00 incl tax
₹ 6,299.00 incl tax

Gold Chinar Round Wooden Clutch

The craft of Kashmir Papier Mache refers, in practise, to the technique of surface decoration rather than the creation of the body of the object. Brought to India by the Muslims saint Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani from Persia in the 14th century, this fine craft requires infinite patience and mastery over the art. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Papier Mache Round Wooden Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. "Be crumbled. So wild flowers will come up where you are.  You have been stony for too many years.  Try something different. Surrender." Brought from Samarkand to Kashmir by a Kashmiri Prince, the Persian art form of Papier Mache has evolved to new heights in Kashmir. The artist Riyaz has extended this traditional paper mache work to this wooden clutch with these beautiful golden leaves from the Chinar Valley of Kashmir calling out to you to surrender to their beauty.
₹ 6,999.00 incl tax
₹ 6,299.00 incl tax

Black Where Be Dragons Round Clutch

Thangka paintings are closely connected to Buddhism based on Buddha's life and this teachings- every Thangka painting can be linked to the Buddha's thoughts and teachings. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Thangka Art Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. “We men dream dreams, we work magic, we do good, we do evil. The dragons do not dream. They are dreams. They do not work magic: it is their substance, their being. They do not do; they are.” These fiery dragons in Ladakh, hand-painted by the artist Krishna are a symbol of power, the power that speaks of benevolence. Let this magic guide you in your daily life.
₹ 6,999.00 incl tax
₹ 6,299.00 incl tax

Where Be dragons Round Clutch

Thangka paintings are closely connected to Buddhism based on Buddha's life and this teachings- every Thangka painting can be linked to the Buddha's thoughts and teachings. Narrating tales of the ancient Indian craft, this Thangka Art Round Clutch will be an artistic keepsake to add to your treasured accessory collection. “We men dream dreams, we work magic, we do good, we do evil. The dragons do not dream. They are dreams. They do not work magic: it is their substance, their being. They do not do; they are.” These fiery dragons in Ladakh, hand-painted by the artist Krishna are a symbol of power, the power that speaks of benevolence. Let this magic guide you in your daily life.
₹ 6,999.00 incl tax
₹ 6,299.00 incl tax