I love Indus People's range of tableware and notebooks because each piece tells a story. Each piece is a conversation starter.
The brand does ceramic and stoneware products handcrafted by artisans from across the country. Inspired by the Indian Subcontinent, the colours, designs and textures are minimal yet classy and sophisticated. Find serving bowls, cups, kulhars, quarter plates, dinner plates and breakfast sets in soothing pastel shades and gradients with light gold detailing done on them. The crockery captures the essence of India while exuding a modern and contemporary look.
We loved the hand sprayed plates in beautiful variations of blue as well as the collection of breakfast sets derived from the colours of Indus. We’re also totally eyeing the kulhars textured with a rippled surface and 24 carat gold Marigold petals. They are a tribute to the famous Varanasi Kulhad Chai and make for the perfect housewarming gifts. Also, find stunning pieces inspired by the monsoon season and the holy Ganga river.
I also loved the limited but beautiful range of gradient hard bound notebooks inspired by the culture of the different cities of India. There's a blue one inspired by Jodhpur where several homes are painted in this hue owing to religious and scientific beliefs. Another one inspired by Ladakh's Pangong Tso lake that displays an array of colours from shades of blue to green and even red. And, of course, you have the rugged Himalayas in the background to add to the breathtaking view.
Prices start at INR 600.