Our Artists

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Aeshaane is not a single piece of fabric; we are many bits, many colours and many sizes all woven together with one common thread of solidarity. It doesn’t end with just our weavers and printers, in fact it starts right there; their spouses, their children and parents all under one blanket of togetherness. Family isn’t always blood. It’s a band of characters trudging through life together, holding each other’s back, embracing their differences and celebrating each other like one big happy unit. 






Ali Bhai

Faruk Bhai



An aromatic ‘Masala chai’ is perfect for any time of the day! Try his tasty Indian spiced version in just 10 minutes, serves two!
  • 2 cups water
  • 2 - 3 green cardamoms
  • 3 - 4 black peppercorns
  • 2 inches ginger
  • 2 tsp brown sugar
  • 2 tsp Assam tea
  • 1/2 cup milk
With these FEW SIMPLE STEPS, he worms his way into your heart!
  • Start by boiling water in a pan. Simultaneously boil milk in another pan.
  • Crush the ginger, peppercorns and cardamom seeds coarsely to bring out the flavours, add to the boiling water along with sugar.
  • Now lower the flame, let the spices simmer in water for 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Add the tea leaves and turn off the flame. If you prefer a stronger brew, then let it rest for a few more minutes.
  • Now add the hot milk and bring to a boil. For a vegan chai, soy, almond or cashew milk may also be used.
  • Pour the tea through a strainer directly into a cup. Serve ‘Masala chai’ steaming hot with Indian snacks or cookies. The boys love their chai with ‘Samosas’ (a savoury delicacy)!




By buying from us you are helping all of them nurture their small dreams like being able to send their children to school or send money home to their village. So each time you wear Aeshaane, remember the happy smiles that you’ve put on their faces, made a difference in the lives of their children and families. Your support helps us in creating more job opportunities for the craftsmen and help them live better and more meaningful lives.

Every time a box of valuables arrives from the village, Neesha can’t keep calm. It’s so rewarding, to be surrounded by her little treasure troves of irregular circles and squares. The fragrance of freshly cut teakwood, in tandem with the mesmerising designs keeps her spellbound and completely distracted! she loves to savour each moment of pulling out the pieces carefully and placing them together like small jigsaw puzzles. She feels lost like a little child in a candy store. Welcome to the world of slow.. where everything takes a backseat including ‘The Little person’ at home.

Manoo bhai