Welcome to Mitan Handicrafts
MITAN in the language of the Adivasis of Bastar means - A long term business relationship across the value chain upholding human dignity.
MITAN was promoted by a network of professionals from diverse fields, including Scientists, Designers, Information Technologists, Textile Engineers, Social Scientists, Architects, and Communications & Media professionals committed to craft-based, sustainable livelihoods approach to development.
The network of professionals who successfuly worked together on the Pilot project on Remunerative Markets for Coarse Deccani Wool, supported by CALPI, felt the need to established a company to scale up the efforts in the Deccan region and also to provide accompaniment support/services in areas of Product Design/Development, Capacity Building, Technology and Network and steady markets to sustain the livelihoods of the rural craft groups.
Pictures of our network are here
- Mitan Handicrafts invites you to view the Shramik Kala Autumn '09 Collection at the Indian Handicrafts and Gifts Fair, New Delhi from 10 to 13 Oct.
- Please take a look at our new Shramik Kala catalogue here