MUDRARIKA

India Today - - SIMPLY CHENNAI -

If you’re the kind of per­son who’s metic­u­lous about the de­tail­ing, unique­ness and crafts­man­ship of your home de­sign prod­ucts, Mudrarika is the place for you. This store was started in 2010 by Sheela Raju, a soft skill trainer, with an aim to cre­ate a plat­form for ar­ti­sans, crafts per­sons, weavers and so­cial groups from across the coun­try to show­case their art. To­day, it has reached out to over 150 ar­ti­sans and re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion groups. The prod­ucts range from eth­nic ap­parel, ac­ces­sories ( jew­ellery, shoes, bags), dec­o­ra­tive ar­ti­facts, paint­ings, home linen, hand­made gifts, gift en­velopes and daily util­ity items. Mudrarika’s hand- wo­ven and hand- em­broided saris come in a wide and var­ied col­lec­tion. Also check out their fur­ni­ture line and Ajanta- style painted pots, which are a fu­sion of dif­fer­ent art forms. We rec­om­mend their Dokra and Brass arte­facts for their in­tri­cate de­sign and eth­nic ap­peal. The store also has an in- house café that sells freshly made snacks and bev­er­ages. Mudrarika’s a great place not just for leisurely shop­ping but some un­wind­ing too.

WHERE 1st Floor, 15 LMA Court­yard, Har­ring­ton Road, Chet­pet

COST Rs 10 for cards and sta­tionery to Rs. 30,000 for Phad paint­ings from Ra­jasthan

TEL 28360514

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