Our time at the grassroots gives us a personal view on the kind of impact we’re been trying to create. Every one of them has a story worth sharing.
For every individual artisan we work with, 4 others in the community are impacted.
The gutsy single young mother of four, read how Kamli used rug-weaving as a potential gateway to happiness.
Read how this fearless weaver refused to give in to cancer and emerged a champion by creating a carpet of her own design that depicts the story of her journey from illness to recovery.
Track Prem’s journey as she narrates her experience of becoming a grassroots leader and being responsible for every artisan in her village.
Read how being a Bunkar Sakhi helped Shanti regain confidence in her and feels important for the first time in her life.
From grinding in the sun and making bricks to spinning wool peacefully at home, read how Basanti changed the course of her life by being part of the Jaipur Rugs family.
Read how Suman feels proud to be able to support her family through savings by working as an artisan and being part of a larger movement of empowerment.
“Thanks to Jaipur Rugs, I am home again”, says Moolaram, the gatekeeper from Bikaner.
“Meeting Bhaisahab has been the best thing that has ever happened to me. When I met him, I knew I was on the right path”
“My family lives in a concrete house today and they could not have been prouder!”
“How is any job meaningful unless done for the betterment of people?” asks Dolly Kumari, the community mobilizer from JRF