Karu brings you exquisite craftsmanship imbued with an indigenous spirit representing stories and legends dating back to thousands of years. At Karu, each object d’art represents beauty, heritage, and the timeless wisdom of India.
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The synthesis of folk and classical forms constitute the wood carving traditions of Odisha. Our craftsmen have assembled a collection of beautiful and utilitarian objects that exhibit sharp, fine features and an exquisite needle work finish. Designed and etched with careful detail, the products are made from a soft and light cream wood called Gambhari or white teak. Our wooden objects are textured, finished with great smoothness, whittled and carved to utmost finesse.View Collection
The alluring stone carvings of Odisha mirror a glorious past and a rich heritage. Evolved and perfected through centuries of disciplined efforts by the deft hands of artisans who descend from the builders of ancient temples, Karu's stone carvings give a touch of distinction to modern décor that is hard to surpass. They are not only a timeless reflection of an eminent tradition, but also frozen stories in stone.View Collection
Silver filigree, also known as Tarakashi, is a unique craft of Odisha. Intricate, delicate and regal in its semblance, it is the skilled artistry of our craftsmen that lends the art-form its elegance and the famous sobriquet - woven moonlight . The artisans first prepare a frame work for the article by means of a piece of silver wire drawn into thread as fine as a spider's web. This is followed by suturing and fashioning the inner textures, setting it inside the frame to create jewellery and other objects of infinite beauty.View Collection