Art & Crafts

Hunarmund is a social enterprise and an E-Market place where buyers and sellers meet to exchange and trade for services and products offered by sellers. The art and crafts of Pakistan is unique and the intricate designs and skills exhibited are originally handmade by women and male artists from both rural and urban regions. Handmade crafts undergo complex procedures combined with technical skills, effort and time that cannot be compared with industrial and machine made products.

Handmade Pottery

Artisans of Pakistan

Building a bridge in between Artisans and customers to deliver the best quality handmade products produced by Artisans across Pakistan where everyone gets a fair deal.
An art that cannot be replaced by a machine. The best handwork done by rural women of Pakistan belonging from different villages of Pakistan.
Natural dye block printing is a centuries old art of Sindh.
Rilli is a traditional art that is mostly made by rural women living in small towns and villages.
Traditional crafts is an ever green line of work, it is not limited to trends, fashion and what’s in these days because it does not fade away. Pottery is mainly made in Multan, Punjab and Hala from Sindh.

Block Print

Natural dye & Run off block print fabric | Handmade
Fairtrade is integral for the progress of the handicraft industry of Pakistan.

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Promote and market your product with Hunarmund. The platform provides an opportunity to all artisans. An opportunity to sell products to end consumers who desire to purchase cultural and traditional products of Pakistan.
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Feature Products

Handmade pottery from the artisans of rural areas in Pakistan.


Read about the artisans, crafts and design interventions.
Keti Bunar is a natural bay about 197km east of Karachi. Most of the population that resides in Keti Bundar and nearby villages belong to fisherfolk community where they mainly survive on fishing.
Zindagi Trust affilaited with the Provincial Government of Pakistan in 2015, where they partnered with the primary school of Khaaton-e-Pakistan Government School located in Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi.

In Sehwan, Choondiko, Chotiari and Keenjhar, women were trained for stitching & block printing using Indigo Dye. The design intervention was to help uplift and engage women in entrepreneurship.

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