Co founded by KavitaJaiswal and Anjali Jaiswal, Bebaak is homegrown label based in Chhattisgarh, India. Incepted with belief that your outlook is an expression of your choices, Bebaak brings contemporary product range inspired from folk art and craft of India. All our products are authentically handcrafted, made by grassroots artisans of India. Patience and effort of handwork surely reflect on our collection that creates an enigmatic aura. As our brand name suggests each of our collection is an expression of the thought process and view.
Inspired from jala weaving of Chhattishgarh, Bebaak has developed this collection. Taking an extra step in design development we have focused on creating small buta. The Jala weaving is complicated and intrinsic weaving process. In this weaving process one extra weft is used make woven motifs. Motif development on loom through weaving required a well pre planned designs on graphs paper as each motif is crafted with proper count and arithmetic. We have opted for three motifs, round floral, lotus, and geometry in the jala weaving.
Jagriti bunker samiti is based in Bhanwarpur, Mahasamund district of Chhattisgarh. It is decades old weaving cluster having expertise in jala weaving and buta work. Earlier weavers of this cluster used to do cotton weaving but now considering the high profit in silk they are drifting toward kosa silk weaving as well. Most crucial thing about the current status of this cluster is that many weavers are migrating to other jobs due to irregular income generation through weaving and many weavers prefer to weave kora plain cotton, the order given by government body as it assures regular income generation. Weavers a quite skilled and have expertise in their craft, kora plain weaving is kind of regressive move that will lead to demise their skill.
Intervention of Bebaak
We have done some textile design development with the weaving cluster considering their expertise in Jala work. Our intervention has been done on cotton weaving. The reason we have opted for cotton fabric and jala work are
• Cotton is one of the most versatile textiles and suits to Indian scenario. The weavers need to see the possibilities of the cotton woven by them.
• While they can weave solid, checks and stripes, we found jala work is quite exclusive and elegant that can be the point of difference for this cluster.
• In buta work they have been weaving old traditional motif that required to restructure.
We at Bebaak want to experiment with the possibility of work with this cluster in long-term that include many factors such as quality, versatility, perseverance of weavers to work on the new thing.
|Made by||Artisans Works with Bebaak Studio|
|Village||Chhuri village, Korba|
|Returns and Exchange|
|Note||Specific Return Policy(if any) : Product should be undamaged, unwashed & unused. Tags of products should be intact and undamaged. Product should be return along with original packaging. Product return should be initiated within 1st week of delivery. Customer is responsible for paying the shipping costs for returning/exchanging an item. Exchange and Return • Exchange should be initiated within one week of product delivery. • In exchange, you can choose other size or product from our Products. • No refund.|
|Shipping||Delivery time: Each of our product is authentically handcrafted and made to order, that required some time to deliver the order. Delivery time : 10-14 working days.|
|Made of||Fabric: Cotton | Craft: Hand weaving & hand painted | Colour: White|
|About Sizes||Measurement in Inches: Top Length: 42 Inch Botton Length: 36 Inch|
|Note||There can be small irregularity due to hand woven fabric. Keep cherishing imperfection of art.There is possibility of slight variation in the colour of fabric due to different resolution of screen.|
|Care||• Cotton fabric: Hand wash separately with mild detergent. You can go for dry clean as well once in a while to maintain the freshness. • Hand painted dresses: Softly handled. No machine wash|
|COD - Option||Not Available|