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Our Story


Tvami is a social enterprise which derives inspiration from the Sanskrit word tvam, which means the “very essence” or “true nature”. We aim to connect customers to their roots, to where it all began. We would like to give voice to a collective history and make artisans the protagonists of their own stories.


We believe that our crafts are not just reminiscent of the past, but are sustainable enough to be the very basis to move forward into the future. We would like to create career opportunities in villages across India where our artisans can practice their crafts, without getting sidelined in the rush to make ends meet during times of difficulty such as COVID-19 pandemic. And that future generations are able to clearly see the economic viability of carrying on these traditions. In particular, empowering artisans for whom honing these skills is as vital as managing their household’s income.


Thus, by extension, enable a larger community to flourish. Work together as a team with the artisans and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to make these crafts relevant to modern needs. To reinforce this point, we follow a profit sharing model, wherein the artisans are able to obtain at least 70 per cent of the sale value. The remaining amount, meanwhile, is utilised for business administrative purposes.


We hope to address the global audiences with clear, simple narratives that aren’t tied to folklore, but real stories adorned with the love these artisans have for their art. Weaving such romances is at the core of what we do.


In short, we do not believe in mass assembly line productions. Nor do we claim narratives. Wishful thinking isn’t what we do, wish fulfillment is the bottom-line, instead. – Change the tone


Create. Innovate Preserve.


That’s what we do.





Charakha Workshop

Charakha Workshop

Charakha Workshop

Is learning to spin your own yarn an art or a skil! While we dont know the answer to that, learning to spin yarn is definitely theraupatic. It also supports weavers who weave our fabric.

In a world consumed by consumerism, how lovely it would be if we all know where our fabric comes from! If you would like to spin yarn from cotton, wear fabric woven from your yarn, then the Charakha workshop is just the thing.

Support the weavers and spin your own yarn!

Join us for the Charakha workshop!

Workshop Schedule:

10th, 11th August 2024

14th, 15th Sept 2024

For more details WA us at 6364665722