New Online Selling Platform "Selten" Helps Rural Artisans Save Village Art from Extinction

New Online Selling Platform "Selten" Helps Rural Artisans Save Village Art from Extinction

A new online selling platform, Selten, has been launched by Himanshu Lodha, Iqbal, Gaurav Sadwasiya, and 680 rural artisans to save the dying art of their villages. Selten aims to connect rural artisans with a wider audience and provide them with an opportunity to showcase their traditional skills and craftsmanship to the world.

The platform will feature a wide range of handmade products, including textiles, pottery, woodwork, metalwork, and more. Selten will be a one-stop-shop for buyers interested in unique, handmade products that have been made with great care and attention to detail.

"We are thrilled to launch Selten and provide a platform for rural artisans to sell their handmade products to a global audience," said Himanshu Lodha, one of the founders of Selten. "Our goal is to preserve the dying art of our villages and provide a sustainable livelihood for rural artisans."

Selten is not just a platform to sell handmade products but also a community that supports and promotes rural artisans. The platform offers various resources and training programs to help rural artisans improve their skills and learn about market trends.

"We want to empower rural artisans and help them earn a fair price for their hard work," said Gaurav Sadwasiya, one of the founders of Selten. "By connecting them with a wider audience, we hope to bring recognition to their skills and craftsmanship."

Selten is now open for business, and buyers can browse and purchase handmade products directly from rural artisans. Visit Selten's Instagram at [SELTEN.OFFICIAL] to learn more and support our team and artisans.