Fresh from the development sector, we started out in 1993 working with natural dyeing and hand printing with artists in Delhi and artisans in Rajasthan. Over the years, we have increased our repertoire and work with all kinds of materials. We enjoy collaborations and work with people from all over the globe. We have learned from and shared our knowledge with traditional craft communities all over India. We work intensively with the extended printing community and specifically Chaubundi in village Kaladera in Rajasthan since 1993.
Bindaas Unlimited also runs a charitable trust by the same name, where we work on a wide variety of issues, many of which are connected with craftspeople in rural India. We are one of the 16 Indian partners of Panasonic in their 100 thousand solar lantern project. We fund craft and
non-craft related activities, and conduct workshops with artisans regularly.
Meeta Mastani is a co-founder and currently runs Bindaas Unlimited. She has worked in this sector since 1989. Inspired by Indian folk traditions, she has been exploring hands on teaching, and art making in the last few years.