Eco-Friendly And Handcrafted: These ‘Atrangi’ Products Have Been Handpicked From Across The World

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What Makes It Awesome

Atrangi is a Hyderabad based, online collection of one-of-a-kind products that have been lovingly curated & handpicked by founders/partners, Gautam and Parinita from their travel and adventures. They believe some of the best travel memories are actually tangible—locally-produced, artisanal souvenirs, making great gifts and even better stories. Take, for instance, the story of a pair of woven earrings that Parinita and Gautam picked up in Goa, from a foreigner looking to make a few extra bucks. It was this experience that sparked a conversation about unique, one-of-a-kind products that never actually make it to consumers, and laid the foundation of Atrangi.

Today, Atrangi is a showcase of these rare, extraordinary products, created by lesser-known brands and craftspeople. Hemp-made guitar cases, UV Glow Paintings, patchwork backpacks, statement rings and even Tibetan prayer flags—the only rules for the inventory of this website are that everything is quirky, carefully handpicked and sourced during the founders’ travels. They use all kinds of things ranging from springs to keyboard keys to pencil colours and end up making absurdly unique and extremely cool artefacts and collectables. We're talking Wooden Techno Box made out of motherboards used in computers, Wall-E figurine built using auto parts and so much more. Their handcrafted Silver jewellery and others made out of beads, shells, macrame, are off-beat and look extremely cool once worn. These folks have a beautiful collection of bags, pouches and more products made from pure hand-woven Hemp - we particularly love the slippers. 

Price: INR 100 onwards 

What Could Be Better

The prices of most products are pretty reasonable, but some of them are a bit steep. But no matter what you buy, you’re bringing home a definite conversation starter.


Orders can be placed online through their website and they deliver these Atrangi products across India. 


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