About Mama Handicraft, Ahmedabad
Parimal Pandhi already had a flourishing family business of mouth fresheners, Mama Mukhwas Wala, when fate led him to venture into a new territory – handmade artefacts. Pandhi happened to purchase from his neighbour a shop selling puja items. That was when the idea to produce and source high-quality handcrafted products came to him. And Mama Handicraft came into being in 1995.
An enterprise which began by providing puja paraphernalia for weddings is today a well-organised setup in Gujarat – manufacturing and exporting handicrafts to the American and European markets. It deals in all kinds of wooden objets d’art from Gujarat, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Saharanpur. The chemical and lac items are procured from Delhi and handcrafted paper items from Gujarat and Jaipur.
With its factory and head office at Jodhpur, Mama Handicraft has a well-balanced team with in-house professional designers and artists. Quality-control personnel keep a close check to ensure standard parameters are met.
The brand produces 100-200 items monthly, with demand escalating during wedding and festive seasons.
Their beautiful range of handmade pieces includes rangoli (artistic design on the floor), floating diva, toran (decorative hanging item), curtains, mukhwas box, photo frames, figurines, and key stand. The base materials used are wood and metal. Each artefact is beautifully designed and of high quality.
With these utilitarian items, the brand is able to reach out to every household. It meets the requirement of the consumers for any festival or ritual. It is a one-stop store for your puja needs. In today’s busy lives, worshipping deities and following traditions have been made easier by Mama Handicraft.