This Muddha Chair is a piece of furniture with multiple values. It is traditionally handcrafted, eco friendly and manageable. Further, its purchase would definitely boost the rural cottage industry.
This Muddha Chair is handcrafted, thus exhibits craftsmanship. It is thus an epitome of how hard a labourer has worked to make it look aesthetic.
With thousands of tonnes of plastic waste being emptied into the oceans, it is now up to us to decide on our choices. Our choices can make a difference. This Muddha Chair is Eco Friendly.
Self-sufficiency of the village economies.
Once, the Muddha Chair is no longer in use, it can be let to decompose in a matter of fortnight or so, thus reducing the load on earth.
Your purchase of this Muddha Chair would support rural communities. Rural communities are mostly driven by cottage and small scale industries. The resources they use, and in particular, the factors of production; land, labour and capital, are mostly local. By purchasing their produce, you’re letting their businesses thrive. This purchase would lead to the self-sufficiency of the village economies.
People are literally tired of carrying bulky and heavy furniture. This Muddha Chair is lightweight and can fit in small spaces. In short, this Muddha Chair is manageable.
You can put this Muddha Chair in your garden, lawn or balcony. If you’re tired of dust, wind or damp weather, then believe us, rather than leaving wooden or upholstered (be it cloth or rexine) furniture, try cane furniture, since, it is cost effective and maintenance is easier.
We’re living in cities, obliterating the memories of our villages. Believe it or not, villages are good at maintaining things. They have a baithak (Sitting place) room or open space in the exterior parts of their homes. Rather than entertaining guests at homes, they meet them outside only. Therefore, cane furniture has its significance, since it requires less maintenance. By purchasing this Muddha Chair , you’re driving the traditional rural values to your home.
Though, cane is agile and can survive moisture to a great extent, still, be cautious while keeping it an extremely damp area. Further caution is required during rainy season.
Don’t use a hose or bucketful of water to clean; rather, a damp cloth, mop, broom or dusting brush would be sufficient.
Keep it out of the reach of fire. Fire can destroy this product.