Kalpa By Mahaguthi
Following fashion is thing of past, let us be the trendsetters! Shopping for fun is old school and shopping with cause is what outsmarts you from the rest. Your each purchase from Mahaguthi directly helps the people involved in every step of supply chain. This is because 68% of the sales go back to the artisans of the products.
The birth of Mahaguthi Craft with Conscience started with yarn spinning and weaving. Furthermore, Mahaguthi empowers women by providing long term employment under fair, just and sustainable working conditions. In fact, it practices Fair Trade as its core principle that puts people first. Upholding fair trade principles like payment of fair wages, benefits for producers, safe working conditions, and protection of the environment, our work also helps revive Nepalese craft traditions.
We bring you “Kalpa” by Mahaguthi“, the contemporary designs including clothing made mostly from hand loom to give you that authentic and rich texture yet satisfying the present day demand of the fashion world.
What does Kalpa mean?
- It means long life, sustainability and ritual represents Mahaguthi’s vision, mission and business model.
- Kalpa represents Mahaguthi’s persistency in promoting age old tradition of craftsmanship and providing livelihood to people specially women.
- It represents Mahaguthi’s continuous work of empowering people specially women, d to improve their livings.
- Kalpa represents a sustainable lifestyle brand of Mahaguthi that comprises fashion, living and giving.
Mahaguthi, being the founding member of Fair Trade Group Nepal (FTG Nepal), and member of World Fair Trade Organization Asia and Global practices, promotes and advocates Fair Trade at national, regional and international level.
Fair Trade is a trading partnership based on dialogue, transparency and respect that seeks greater equity in international trade. It is a social movement whose goal is to help producers in developing countries achieve better trading conditions and to promote sustainability.