Navratri Collection

Artisan of the month

Ramjibhai Maheshwari

Kala Cotton Sarees_Khamir

Handloom Kala
Cotton Sarees

Kala Cotton sarees you can take from day to night

Lacquer-Turn-Wood Kitchenware

For an artisanal kitchen

Sustainably made
Fabrics

Indigenous to Kutch and by default organic

Who Are We?

Khamir is a not-for-profit platform for the promotion of traditional handicrafts and allied cultural practices, the processes involved in their creation, and the preservation of culture, community and local environments.

Handwoven
Woven on the humble handlooms of Kutch
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Hand-block printed
From traditional to contemporary designs
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Make your home warm & cosy with our
Handwoven carpets
featuring Kutch's desi wool
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WFH Edition
Kala Cotton Casuals
Clothing that combines fluidity with supreme comfort
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Home Cooking FTW
Reha Knives
Artisanal knives to up your slicing game a notch or two
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PETI
Khamir x Somya Lochan
Presenting first capsule collection of Kala Cotton Peti Charkha
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Wardrobe Essentials
Handcrafted stoles & dupattas
To keep you warm in winter & help add some color pop in spring
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Our Value Chains

Indigenous Wool

The Indigenous Wool Project provides income to pastoralists, spinners, dyers and weavers while preserving the indigenous species of Kachchh.

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Our value chains

Upcycled Plastic Weave

Khamir's Upcycled Plastic Project repurposes plastic waste materials and infuses it with traditional weaving skills and methods to create lasting craft products.

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OUR VALUE CHAINS

Desi Leather

The Meghwals of Rajasthan migrated to Kachchh, bringing an artful leather craft with them. Learn about the practice of cruelty-free Desi Leather.

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Testimonials

Khamir is not just a business partner from me, it is my family. Their plastic upcycling initiative is a great source of inspiration for me and I am so grateful to them for the growth, approach and values of Théla. I am proud to be a part of their ethical community.

Diti Kotecha
Founder, Théla | Athens, Greece

Khamir is the center of Kachchhi craft, and in my heart, I have pictured it as a place where people come and meet, exchange thoughts and knowledge as well as their works… just like ‘gaam no otlo' which in English translates to 'where people sit outside of house in villages'.

Fumie Kobayashi
Founder, Calico | Japan

I have been extremely  fortunate to work with Khamir for the rich artisanal traditions. I recommend each one of you to visit Khamir in and shop from their offline store while you are in Kutch and online while you are away.

Neha Gandhi
Matsya Crafts | Mumbai, India

I have now placed two large orders with Khamir. I have been selling bells, masks and stoles from my website. The service I have received from Khamir’s team has been excellent. The feedback from my customers too has been consistently great, with a lot of people coming back to appreciate the quality of Khamir’s products.

Sophie Hartman
Entrepreneur | United Kingdom

I happened to buy a few of Khamir’s products from their new Reha collection of Chef's knives.

The experience of ordering these products from Khamir too was seamless and must say that I received my order within just a few days -- no complaints at all! All in all, I look forward to buying more and being a part of many craft stories!

Toshal Gandhi
Craft Enthusiast | Pune, India

Visit Us

Post Village Kukma, Taluka Bhuj

Kutch, Gujarat 370105

India

Monday to Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm

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