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Amrita Craft is now manufacturing medically approved masks
  • December 10, 2020

We are happy to announce that Amrita Craft is now manufacturing medically approved masks appropriate for Medical Professionals! Dr. Keyoor Gautam, Chairman of Samyak Diagnostic Private Limited, a consultant pathologist is donning one such blue mask that comes in colors to differentiate doctors and other medical staff. We also take custom orders for hospitals available in customised colors!! #wearyourmask #amritacraft #MedicalMasks

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Celebrating World Fair Trade Day
  • May 10, 2020

What Is Fair Trade?Fair Trade is a trading partnership based on dialogue, transparency, and respect. Fair Trade seeks equality in international trade; it contributes to sustainable development by offering better trading conditions such as securing rights for marginalized producers and workers- especially in the global South.We are celebrating World Fair Trade Day tomorrow. Did you know that the Ten Principles of Fair Trade correspond to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10,

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TURQUOISE (Blue-green) is a rare and valuable gemstone/ornamental stone.
  • February 25, 2020

TURQUOISE (Blue-green) is a rare and valuable gemstone/ornamental stone.It attracts LOVE, FRIENDSHIP, MONEY, AND LUCK..!And if you are abundant, add some sparkle to your collection with our handcrafted pieces in affordable prices.Visit the website for our wide range of products. Amrita Craft (P) LtdEast Face, JP, School, J P Marg01-4240757

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  • September 15, 2021

Garments are produced generally from pre-woven cotton fabrics made in Lhubu (South of Kathmandu). The stitching of garments is done in a factory setup with a variety of Machines each designed for a specific purpose. Keeping in mind the principles of sustainability we also produce garments from reconstituting old saris.

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Pouches & Purses
  • September 14, 2021

Pouches and purses form a major part of our production. These little items provide sustainable work to a lot of household women. It also utilizes scrap fabrics and old saris. They can be made from small stitching machines. However, those who can commute produce in our own production facility using high speed Juki Machines. 

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