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The concept of Ajaara was build observing the skill set of artisans of Bareilly and their standard of living. The focus is not only on bringing back the craft from mediocre to contemporary pieces but also changing consumers' mindset about material and product quality and making you love the authenticity of the craftsmen and their craft.

Rattan Sunflower decorative mirror

At Ajaara, we understand the importance of sustainable living and strive to make it a part of our daily lives. All of our home decor designs are handcrafted by local artisans using rattan and cane, replacing traditional wood for a more eco-friendly option. Our products are not only contemporary, but also light-weighted and durable. We invite you to make a difference with your home decor choices and choose Ajaara for a more sustainable future. Thank you for joining us on our mission towards a more eco-conscious lifestyle.

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At Ajaara, we are passionate about celebrating the artistry of talented artisans and illuminating their skills through exquisite, handcrafted rattan home decor. We believe that their timeless craftsmanship deserves a platform to shine, and that the unique beauty of rattan deserves a place in your home. We envision each piece bringing a touch of warmth and individuality to your cherished spaces. Thank you for choosing Ajaara. You are not just choosing beautiful rattan decor; you are supporting the skilled artisans and embracing the conscious choice of handcrafted, sustainable products.

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Rattan is a product of the palm plant; it is a type of vine that climbs up the trunks and branches of trees in the jungles of South East Asia. It is one of the strongest wood species in the world. While it looks and feels like bamboo, the main difference between the two species is that bamboo doesn't bend like rattan does.

Cane is also a material that comes from the rattan palm plant. Cane is the outer "bark" part of the rattan tree. It's created by peeling the top layer off of the rattan vine. Cane is not as porous as rattan, so rattan can stand up against water and does well in damp environments.

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