Our Artisans

                                                                 The progress of a community can be seen in the freedom its women have achieved.  Mrs L (top left) is a single mother and is the second lady in the village to get sewing machine in her home so that she can care for her 3 children while being able to earn.  Manju(top right) is all rugged up on a cold afternoon... making sari yarn.  Indra (bottom left), a master chef for the longest time, is a master seamstress now. Rekha (bottom right) cares for her 3 children while working hard from home on her own machine. She has been doing that for over 6 years now when most women in this village are not allowed to leave their houses.  This is why we at CAYA, love what we do.

The progress of a community can be seen in the freedom its women have achieved.
Mrs L (top left) is a single mother and is the second lady in the village to get sewing machine in her home so that she can care for her 3 children while being able to earn. 
Manju (top right) is all rugged up on a cold afternoon, making sari yarn. 
Indra (bottom left), a master chef for the longest time, is a master seamstress now.
Rekha (bottom right) cares for her 3 children while working hard from home on her own machine. She has been doing that for over 6 years now when most women in this village are not allowed to leave their houses. 
This is why we at CAYA, love what we do.

 

             

                              

Love weaves itself from hundreds of threads.
-David Levithan

 

                                                                 

Happiness is HANDMADE