Kalamkari is the traditional craft of using organic dyes on cotton fabric. Pure Mitti uses factory wastes and recycled cotton Kalamkari fabric to produce beautiful, authentic, and artisanal pieces of work that are used in accessories, garment wear, and more!
This beautiful hand-painted Kalamkari bag is your go to backpack for travel this year.
About the bag:
Named Moksha - deriving from the Sanskrit meaning of enlightenment or ultimate truth that delights you, brings a permanent smile and inner joy giving an immense sense of comfort and belonging. Much like the mood this pattern embodies - this gorgeous backpack will be your versatile best friend on any outing you take.
It's ideal day trips, errand running, and outdoor adventures! Shop The Moksha bag and start living your best sensitive, creative, and ideal life today!
Wear it as a backpack or simply as a sling one shouldered bag.
What is Kalamkari?
Kalamkari is a 3000-year-old art form practiced in Andhra Pradesh, a type of hand printed or hand block printed cotton textile. This is an ancient style of hand painting that is done with a tamarind pen, using natural dyes.
Fabric: Kalamkari Cotton
Size: L*W = 16.5*13 inches (Length: Top to Bottom, Width: Side to Side) Handle = 26 inches
Wash Care: Hand wash with cold water mild detergent. Please do not soak in water for long. No Machine wash or Dry Clean Only
About the makers:
Pure Mitti supports the wonderful women in rural india who are the kalamkari artists behind the beautiful bags you see here today. The kalamkari fabric and prints are a representation of the culture and talent that can be found in the hidden parts of India.
Since all the bags are hand crafted using traditional hand painted work , if you see certain slubs on the fabric or smudge of color around hand block work, it is because of the very nature of the handcrafted process. These imperfections/variations do not compromise the aesthetics or functionality of the handbag and are hallmark of handmade work