Spring has started to make its appearance across India. Along with the liveliness of spring, the various Holi jubilees are fast approaching, and slowly the joyous vehemence has begun to increase. In addition to this spirit, it is also the cases of Covid that have also started to decrease.
To celebrate this happy festive season, Lines of India has again released a wide range of alluring and vibrant ethnic products for its discerning clientele.
A variety of various sarees, kurtas, dresses, palates, garments of colorful weaves and styles belonging to a rich heritage similar to Maheshwari, Chanderi, Bagh, Kantha, Bhandara, Tussar, Sambhalpuri, Pochampally and Ikat have been precisely created for the Holi collection. .
Also, natural herbal products similar to organic gulal, organic detergents, soaps, herbal cloth packs, sherbet, squash, dried fruits similar to cashew and kinds of honey are part of this exclusive collection. Beautifully handcrafted coliseums in the artisanal tradition of Dokra await guests as holders of all its organic colors and traditional snacks associated with Holi.
A wide range of products, ranging from natural ethnic yield and immunity boosting similar to organic Haldi, dry amla, wild honey, black pepper, ragi, Triphala and lentil blends similar to moong dal, urad dal, white sap and Dalia to oil-like artifacts whether in Warli or Patachitras style; from handcrafted jewelry in the Dokra style to blob necklaces from the Northeast Wancho and Konyak lines to dolls and children’s toys; from gasoline crafts to bamboo products are part of the TRIFED experience.
In line with its efforts to promote livelihoods and empower tribes through marketing and development of yields and ethnic products, TRIFED has expanded its range of different and alluring products on trade in Lines India network. The outlets and e-commerce platform of 119 Lines India (www.tribesindia.com) catered to different kinds of requirements. An ideal one-stop destination, the Lines India list currently includes ethnic products from across the country – both natural yields and handicrafts and looms reflecting ethnic lifestyles.
These ethnic products, both handmade and organically produced, make good gift options. They can be customized into enticing gift boxes and baskets, depending on requirements and budget. These gift baskets can be wrapped in organic, recyclable and sustainable quilting material designed by famous developer Ms. Rina Dhaka simply for Lines India, making them suitable for any occasion.
Source: Ministry of Tribal Affairs