The Eid Edit

A quick round up to add the beloved traditional touch to your Eid celebrations this year – a little something for you, a little something for home and a little something for your loved ones.

Note: For orders to be delivered by Eid, it is recommended to order no later than Thursday 28th April 2022 for it to reach you in time.


Weather might finally offer some breezy relief in the first week of May, so how about a hand block printed ajrak cotton saree, made with vegetable dyes by artisans of Sindh? Or if you are likely to be at work for most part of the day, we recommend an ajrak stole to add a bit of colour and festivity to your look. Want to take it up a notch? Go for our premium silk ajrak scarves.

Complete the look with statement jewellery pieces, made by female Afghan refugee artisans, combining traditional techniques and modern aesthetic.


Serve drink in wooden Swati trays, painted by artisans in Punjab. Need something for snacks? A large truck art tray to hold multiple small bowls of delicious goodness. Perhaps a ceramic platter, called Kashikari, for your coffee table with motia (jasmine) scented vegan candle on the side? It’s getting cozy in here!


Heading out for Eid dinner at your chosen family’s home and need something special to wish them a blessed Eid and thank for a fantastic meal? Our customers’ top 3 choices for gift items are motia (jasmine) candle, Swati tray, and silk ajrak scarf. I think a pair of handmade, one of kind earrings are also pretty memorable.
Wishing you all a blessed Ramadan and joyous Eid.

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