This Socially-Conscious Store in Hauz Khas Sells Accessories & Jewellery Sourced From NGOs, Tribal Groups & Maginalised Artisans

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Who doesn’t love shopping on this planet! But how about shopping while being socially conscious? Confused? Well, wouldn’t you absolutely jump at the idea of shopping which also helps uplift those in need? We know we would. And if you too want to give back to society in some tiny way, then you must check out this socially conscious store in Hauz Khas- Tatsat. They sell quirky jewellery, accessories, home decor items and more. But all of their products are sourced from NGOs, Self Help Groups, tribes, marginalised artisans, weavers and more of such people in need. Scroll down to know more about them.

All About Tatsat

All the things you see here at the store are crafted by skilled artisans from across India. And not just skilled, but those artisans who are in need. Fairtrade organisations, NGOs from across India, weavers and women residing in slums are the mastermind behind the products displayed at the store. Tatsat is providing a retail opportunity to remote artisans and weavers.

Quirky Stationery, Organic Shops, Silver Jewellery & More

And when it comes to shopping, we all love fancy and quirky things. As soon as you enter the store, you will like everything on display. Their products include cute planters, printed and cotton sarees, sling bags, silver jewellery items, home decor knick-knacks and much more. Also, don’t miss out on their aroma diffusers and candles.

And if you are one of those who always rush to buy last-minute gifts for loved ones, this tore is just perfect for you. Their gift hampers are super amazing, and most of their products are quirky. Apart from that, they also have a separate range of ‘Haathi Chaap’ paper products that are made of elephant excreta.

So the next time you feel you want to buy all things quirky or your house needs a revamp, Tatsat should be your go-to place for sure!

Where: E-50, Shop No. 3, Near Federal Bank, E Block, Main Market, Hauz Khas, New Delhi

(Featured Image Source: Facebook/tatsatstore)

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