@sethswati has over twenty years of diverse work experience spread across design, e-commerce, digital media, artisanal sector, and cultural experiences space. Swati has traveled extensively in rural India to explore and learn about indigenous cultures and their homegrown, unique artisanal products, food, and traditions. As a passionate advocate and promoter of indigenous Indian crafts, she wanted to work with the weavers and artisans at the grassroots.
In 2010, she decided to quit the corporate rat race to
start @thecolorcaravan and has been working at the grassroots with artisanal communities to empower them and sustain and promote indigenous craft skills.
In 2016, she took another leap of faith which resulted in she and The Color Caravan moving to the hills with the intent of slowing down and working with the local craft community and the village women. She also curates and facilitates cultural immersive experiences focusing on indigenous crafts, food and forest healing.
A farm girl at heart, she is striving for a slow paced, self-sufficient and intentional life based out of Naggar, a quaint village in the Kullu valley, from where she has also played a key role in representing, actioning and being Creative Dignity - Himachal Pradesh.
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