The Abhivyakti Way

Meet our Artists


"Gulam is a master craftsman from remote village in the land of valleys, KASHMIR. He is deeply rooted to Indian culture and has perfected the free-hand painting. The most unique thing about him is that he loves to paint beautiful designs on unusual canvases!"

Prashant ji

Prashant ji belongs to a remote village in West Bengal (India). He is a master Dhokra skills man & earns his livelihood through this art.

Geeta Bariya

"She is a Gond & Bhil artist for over 14 years. She has learnt this art from her husbands family (husband's uncle). She has exhibited all over India in museums and other places . She wants to take Bhil art forward , she dreams of a time when many people globally would know about Bhil Art"

Kailash Chand Patwa

"Kailash Chand was born and brought up in the Patwa family of Rajasthan (India). He is a 3rd generation artist in his family and makes beautiful accessories for men and women. His entire family is devoted in this craft, and are open to new ideas"

Pitta Ramulu

"He is an extremely humble Carpet maker from Telangana State, India. He has won NATIONAL AWARD in 2016 for his outstanding contribution in Carpet making industry. His entire family is dedicated in this craft and he goes to various exhibitions in India to promote his art"

Puja Bajpai

"Born and brought up in the culturally rich Indian state Rajasthan, Ravi Kumawat is the third generation traditional Miniature artist in his family. He also makes jewelry paintings which dates back to 6th century AD He has painted on variety of materials like paper, marble, ivory panels, etc; and wants to popularize this art form worldwide"

Mamani Chitrakar

"Started her Patua (Kalighat artists are called Patua) training at a tender age of seven, Mamani has been painting and singing the songs related to the form since childhood. She has been trained at home by her family."

Empowering Artisans Through Fair Trade Practices

We work closely with artisans, ensuring fair prices for their craftsmanship. Our commitment extends to ethical practices no child labor, no exploitation of nature, and no compromise on the dignity of artists.

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What Our Customers Love About Our Collection

Transforming Your Spaces with Handcrafted Elegance:

Abhivyakti isn't just a brand; it's a celebration of Indian art, crafts, and culture. Our diverse collection spans beyond home decor, offering a plethora of creative handcrafted items. We're dedicated to empowering artisans across India, providing a platform for them to showcase their skills and tell their stories through their creations.

Explore a World of Craftsmanship:

Dive into our carefully curated categories, featuring not just home decor but also Kitchenware, Tableware, Serve Ware, Gifting, Jewellery, and more. Each category is a journey through Indian art forms like Pichwai, Gond, Bheel, Dhokra, Block Printing, and Hand Painting, bringing a piece of culture to your life.

Rakhi - Threads of Love

Abhivyakti's Rakhi collection isn't just a thread; it's an expression of love crafted with precision and artistry. Each Rakhi is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of India, creating a bond that goes beyond the ordinary. Choose Abhivyakti Rakhis to celebrate the festival of love with a touch of handmade elegance.

Soldier Rakhi - A Symbol of Gratitude and Unity:

Abhivyakti Gift Shop has been sending Rakhis to Indian Soldiers as a heartfelt thank you for their unwavering dedication and sacrifices. These Rakhis serve as a symbol of love, protection, and gratitude from the entire nation. We invite you to be a part of this special initiative, extending your support to make a difference in the lives of those who protect our borders.


New Year; New Arrivals ! You can also shop our NEW COLLECTION 2024 while sitting at home now!


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