It’s raining Umbrellas
The monsoons are almost here. That's why, our newly-launched range of handcrafted in India umbrellas is here. Frankly speaking, if we had to limit ourselves to saying just one line about these lovelies it would be this: they're the most beautiful parasols you could buy this rainy season.
The monsoons are almost here. That’s why, our newly-launched range of handcrafted in India umbrellas is here. Frankly speaking, if we had to limit ourselves to saying just one line about these lovelies it would be this: they’re the most beautiful parasols you could buy this rainy season.
Madhubani Print Umbrella – Ras Leela inspired by the colourful Madhubani and Mithila Art of Bihar.
That said, there are a few more things we feel we must say for them. For starters, and this is a matter really close to our heart, the designs on these umbrellas are inspired by traditional Indian handicrafts. So every time you walk out with one of these in your hand, you’re doing your bit to tell people how gorgeous the world of handmade India is and the many ways it can be a part of one’s daily life.
Marble Inlay Umbrella inspired by the beautiful marble inlay patterns of the Taj Mahal.
That important point apart, these umbrellas help you make a wonderfully unique fashion statement. And if you love to accessorise, they’re an eye-catching plus you’ll want to add to your monsoon wardrobe. What’s more, these brollies (that’s informal British English for umbrellas) are so colourfully-designed they go well with virtually every shade of outfit you can think of.
Finally, all this talk of umbrellas compels us to add that when it comes to conversation starters, this offering from the Engrave is one of the more interesting ways to get social this season. And on that convivial note, come on in and make friends with one or more of them and get ready to go to some great places this malhar.
The Pattachitra Umbrella that tells the story of Ramyana.
You can check our exclusive range of umbrellas here: http://engrave.in/umbrellas