We place as much importance to our ecosystem as we do to business. That's we engage local talent, collaborate with them and invest in them. A lot of our products are made of up-cycled waste wood and we source authentic raw and finished materials from local sources and artisans. Read along our sustainability journey - A commitment, a belief.

70% OF OUR WOOD RAW MATERIAL IS WASTE WOOD, THAT IS UPCYCLED AND TREATED

 
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Abuzaar from Atlas ceramics, Bhimsen, the local nursery owner and Suresh, the local vegetable vendor and photographer have been with us in our journey in starting soulspiti. A lot many local vendors are associated with us and we collaborate with them extensively for our projects and raw materials.

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We strive to reduce waste. Up-cycled wood, burnt wood and wood scraps are all used in our production process. Our innovation and commitment to this cause has enabled us to develop processes that use waste scraps and pieces.

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Our In – house box making division used MDF as a primary material to make our boxes used to pack our products. This material is made of recycled and scarps of waste wood.

Our box packs are reusable and can be further re-purposed into an organizer or storage.

Our handmade processes ensure low power consumption. Our in house innovation enables product making a simple handmade process, with minimal power or machine requirement.

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Connecting Artisans to the world

Khurja ceramics are surrounded by legends. Great artisans and potters from faraway lands and Kings during the Mughal empire. This small pottery village nestled in Uttar Pradesh is a supplier to many brands across the globe. Collaborating with potters of Khurja has been a great learning experience for us and we will continue to strengthen our relationship with them.

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A little hamlet in Sonipat. Where they say the clay is from a time, time itself may have forgotten. Life revolved around terracotta pottery. Terracotta essentially means “baked earth” in Italian. The clay itself is called thus. The people stored food, grain and water in them. Every step in the making was done at home. There was art, poetry and sustenance. Over a period of time people have taken to other professions, owing to lower and seasonal demand. At soulspiti, we have collaborated with a family of potters in Jatwara. Though a humble beginning, we have a mission to strengthen these ties, with this community of artisans.