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Gajanand Wooden Table Organiser

Gajanand Wooden Table Organiser

Gajanand is a Sanskrit translation of Eleplant-faced and is used for Lord Ganesha, an elephant-headed deity. Both Lord Ganesha and elephants hold great significance in Indian culture.

In Hindu culture, Lord Ganesha- Lord of people, is a symbol of wisdom and intelligence. While elephants, carriers of good luck are depicted in Pattachitra as a representation of royalty, power and auspiciousness.

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Indigenous to the eastern Indian states of West Bengal and Odisha, the folk art form of Pattachitra is a reflection of India’s glorious past.

The artists - who are called Patuas - have immortalised religious, mythical, and folklore instances in scrolls of fabric. They use bright bold natural colours and a distinctive art style that is rooted in rural tradition.

In a traditional performance, the Patuas unfurl the scroll as they sing their Pater Gaan and mesmerise the audience as they transport them to a land of myth and legends.

Saharanpur Woodwork

The fine woodwork and workmanship of Saharanpur, India, are well-known all over the world.

There is a long tradition of the city manufacturing exquisitely carved wooden furniture and home decor. Local artisans are skilled in techniques like inlay work, lattice designs, and carving, often using Sheesham (Indian Rosewood) and other quality woods.

The intricate designs, superior craftsmanship, and rich cultural past of Saharanpur's woodwork set it apart from other regional crafts.

Product Details

Do you find home organization boring? Not anymore! Add a vibrant spark to your home organization with these wooden multipurpose holders.

The wooden holder is a fantastic representation of two of India’s heritage handiworks. It is made of native mango wood, exquisitely crafted by distinguished woodworkers of Saharanpur, then individually hand-painted by generational Pattachitra artists from Pingla.

From cutlery to pens, these handcrafted wooden multipurpose holders, will hold onto every little trinket of yours safely.

Product Specifications

  • Material: Mango Wood
  • Dimension: 9in x 5in x 5in
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Compartments: 4
  • Craft From: Woodwork of Saharanpur, India
  • Art Form: Pattachitra Folk Art from West Bengal, India

Handle with care

To add an artisanal touch to your kitchen or to adorn your study desk with intricate folk art, the meticulously crafted wooden multipurpose box will never fail to amaze you. So, ensure its shine and longevity with the following care tips:

  • Keep wooden multipurpose holders away from direct sunlight and always air-dry them
  • Store in a dry and cool place
  • Clean the multipurpose holders using a damp and soft cloth
  • Never put in a dishwasher
  • To maintain the shine of holders, use mineral oil for polishing, keep it for a few hours and wipe off the excess oil


Our products are individually handcrafted and hand-painted. Therefore, they might not be identical as they are not mass-produced.

The differences in them are not flaws; but evidence that dedicated people have worked on your product with utmost love, care, and sincerity.

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