Our featured designer line for 2016 is Marangburu. More than a brand, it is a vision of a more responsible and ethical fashion environment for our children. Offering simple yet elegant shapes inspired from trips around the world, the garments are designed and crafted with care. Each piece is unique, handmade from Indian textiles and natural fibers, decorated with hand-embroideries, beads or handmade buttons. Marangburu chose Indian cotton for most of its products, offering a variety of textures and colors. Comfortable to wear and easy to maintain, it is the material of choice for children’s clothing. This year Marangburu partnered with Malkha, a beautiful alternative to the mass of industrial textile production. The association is managed by cotton producing families themselves as well as weavers and dyers. The printed choices tap into the infinity of kalamkari, literally “the art of the hand”. Originally from southern India, kalamkari reproduces on a piece of cotton floral patterns with a vegetable dye. Kasha Ki Aasha is proud to be the first to retail Marangburu in South India.
Uffe Frank brings out the elegant and the beautiful in you with his exclusive lines for men and women made from the simple sari, pure cotton and linen. Kasha Ki Aasha was proud to be selected as the first outlet for his lines in India.
Muthu Chappals are handmade leather slip ons in dozens of colors and styles that you will never want to take off. And the fine leather handbags created in cooperation with Kasha Ki Aasha seem to walk out the door as soon as they come in.
Nature in Harmony presents beautiful hand carved combs and loofahs and natural soaps to complete your toilette.
Candles and incense are a must here and you can find hand rolled incense by the Rajiv Ghandi Center for the Handicapped and our own brand of candles with inlaid flowers brighten any evening without outshining the Indian night skies.
Through Metal Crafts, we have the opportunity to offer you intricately designed bronze sculptures of the Gods. Metal Crafts supplies traditional icons to some of the most important temples in the country and can be depended on to offer good luck, protection and beauty to their owners.
The list goes on…there is always something new to discover at Kasha Ki Aasha. Come with a little time. We don’t want you to miss anything.