Manhar draws from the colors, philosophies and cultures of Vrindavan braj to create a unique voice, questioning place and perspective through design.

 

With roots in craft and community, Manhar relationship with Karigars in braj began in 1996 as an investigation of possibilities. As a design house it continues to create new conversations in styles, patterns and embroidery through a wide spectrum of deity dresses.

 

Created with karigars across Vrindavan, Gokul, Barsana and Goverdhan, Manhar’s designs innovate upon century old skills, in pursuit of defining a new aesthetic vocabulary.