What we think, we become.
- Sri Gautam Buddha
Miranjali means 'Offering to the Sacred Light'.
At Miranjali, we celebrate India’s rich visual arts, folk paintings and ancient handicrafts. Our offerings include traditional artworks, handcrafted gifts, art showcases, heritage research and art-based storybooks for children.
8 Union Territories
One Incredible India
Every state and union territory in India has its own unique art form - colourful folk paintings, divine spiritual art, local handicrafts, pottery and metal work, rich tribal art, indigenous puppetry, textiles and woodcraft. These art forms celebrate the local geography, sacred beliefs and traditions that have evolved over time. They serve as faithful custodians of the timeless history and rich culture of Incredible India.
At Miranjali, it is our conscious effort to create awareness about, and honour these indigeneous art forms that have been passed on from generation to generation. Many of these art forms have been lovingly nurtured by royal families, celebrated by art connoisseurs globally, and have earned the prestigious UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage tag, and Geographical Indication (GI) tags. Unfortunately, many traditional art forms are on the brink of extinction due to lack of awareness, poor patronage and inadequate access for authentic artists to mainstream markets. It is Miranjali's aim to bring these arts and art products to the mainstream through awareness campaigns, artisan partnerships, artist collectives, and product retailing channels.
art with a heart
As a social purpose program, our proceeds go to:
The Happy Kitchen (meal programs for underprivileged children in identified NGO partners) and Miranjali scholarships (for academically gifted children from economically disadvantaged backgrounds).
As you forget self in service to others, you will find that, without seeking it, your own cup of happiness will be full.
-Sri Sri Paramahansa Yogananda
Healthy Food Support Program
We have supported over 100 children through 'Happy Kitchen' - our meal program in partnership with NGO partners.
Education Assistance Program
Through our annual 'Miranjali Scholars' program, we aim to support meritorious children from economically and financially disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue their higher education.
did you know?
The origin of Indian art can be traced to prehistoric settlements in the 3rd millennium BC. There are hundreds of beautiful art forms that originated in India.