Rhydhun crafts consists of tribal, contemporary and traditional crafts of statues, ancient frames, doors, furniture and ornamental artefacts from all over India, as well as places from Europe, South Africa, etc.
The name Rhydhun has been inspired by percussion maestro Taufiqji's album Rhydhun. Just like rhythm is understood through heartbeat and breathing, we wanted to realize our melodies through our creativity and designing , capturing the heartbeat within every region of India and capturing the depth of the place through designing crafts with various craftsman that live, breathe and dance through their colourful creations.
Besides nature being a big inspiration, we found that deities of the Sun God, of water, of mother earth, etc were etched in to the being of these crafts. Natural resources such as the banyan leaves were used to weave beautiful baskets, or a black stone suddenly came alive in a sculpturous form of a dancer or the peaceful glimpse of Lord Buddha.
To share this with the world and much more, has been our basic joy.