Founder, Fanusta

The Ideal Home and Garden - - Craft Speak -

Fanusta means ‘master of art’. The word is de­rived from ‘fan’ an Ara­bic word mean­ing art, and ‘usta’ a Turk­ish word, which means master. With an aim to open doors of op­por­tu­nity and ex­po­sure for all the master artists and crafts­men of In­dia on a global stage, the brand set its foot in the in­dus­try a year ago. Blue pot­tery from Jaipur, wood art, mar­ble sculp­tures from Kis­hangarh, Udaipur and Jodh­pur, metal in­lay and brass en­grav­ing from Mo­rad­abad, glass­ware from Ali­garh, Mad­hubani from Bi­har and dhokra from East­ern In­dia are some artistries that you could find un­der the brands vast um­brella. Shar­ing a lit­tle more about his brand’s motto, founder Shalin­der Ku­mar says, “Hand­made and hand-craft is the ul­ti­mate lux­ury, which brings-in the one-of-a-kind prod­uct in this world of mass pro­duced and sim­i­lar look­ing life­style prod­ucts. Our goal is to re­de­fine the lost iden­tity of In­dian hand­i­crafts with mod­ern aes­thet­ics and in­no­va­tion.”

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