Preserving Our Heritage: A Celebration of World Heritage Day

India is home to some of the most significant heritage sites in the world, including iconic monuments, breathtaking natural landscapes, and diverse cultural traditions. It is a testament to the country's rich history and the ingenuity of its people.

At Vriksh, we believe that cultural heritage is not just a thing of the past, but a living and breathing part of our present and future. Our work is a reflection of this belief. For us, sarees are not just garments, but a representation of the cultural heritage of India. Through our sarees, we aim to showcase the rich textile traditions of Odisha and preserve the craft of handloom weaving.

Odisha is a goldmine of textiles, and it may take a lifetime to discover all the hidden treasures in handlooms. Even today, almost every district in Odisha offers exquisite and unique textiles, from fine tussar silks of the coastal belt to curvilinear ikats from the west and tribal weaves and natural dyes of the south. Each of these textiles has a unique story to tell, and our sarees aim to bring these stories to life.

Moreover, at Vriksh, we are committed to preserving traditional weaving techniques and empowering local communities. We work with weaving families who have been weaving for generations, and through our collaboration, we aim to create a sustainable ecosystem that ensures that these weaving traditions continue to thrive.


Our commitment to sustainability, ethics, and social responsibility is at the heart of everything we do. We use natural dyes and promote sustainable practices in our production processes to minimize our environmental impact. Moreover, we ensure that our weavers are paid fairly and work in safe and healthy environments.

On this World Heritage Day, we urge everyone to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of India and commit to preserving it for generations to come. Through our work, we hope to contribute to this cause and promote a deeper understanding and appreciation of the beauty and richness of India's cultural heritage.