‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ or ‘your guest is equivalent to your God’ is the ultimate motto of Indian hospitality. Serving warmth, hospitality and love to welcome guests is best done with a basket full of gourmet treats, and who can do it better than Indians. Baskets are perfect for expressing one’s gratitude to clients who have been crucial to the business. Gifting a basket full of goodies extends a sense of belongingness and personal care with the client, which can brings out the true element of hospitality towards them.
Since the 14th century, Tripura has been an important hub of various kinds of handcrafted products. A vast range of items are produced here out of bamboo shoots, including furniture, panels, partitions, table mats, lamp shades and so on. The bamboo and cane handicrafts of Tripura are widely known for their finesse in split, artistic weaving and construction.
Saharanpur, a city in Uttar Pradesh is well renowned for its work on wood carving and brass-inlay work on wood. Having influences from Kashmiri designs, their open worked screens with vines and floral patterns threading through the entire screen is very famous. Each work is methodically carved, engraved and buffed to give an other-worldly shine. Along with shelves, furniture and coasters, small toys such as trains and planes are also designed. Piggy banks ranging in different sizes are also made quite popular by them.