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Sahajsut MKBPCL 

Sahajsut Mahila Kisan Bunkar Producer Company Limited is a Private company incorporated on 31 May 2022. It is classified as a Non-govt company and is registered at the Registrar of Companies, Chhattisgarh


Map source: dhamtari.gov.in

Dhamtari is a district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, situated in the central-eastern part of the country. It is known for its rich cultural heritage and diverse traditions. The district encompasses a mix of rural and semi-urban areas, with agriculture being a significant economic activity. 

Dhamtari derives its name from the amalgamation of "Dhamma" and "Tarai." Dhamma and Dharma are synonymous. Dharma (/ˈdɑːrmə/; Sanskrit: धर्म, romanized: Dharma is a fundamental concept with diverse interpretations within Indian religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism, among others. This district is positioned in the fertile plains of the Chhattisgarh Region, with the Satpura range situated to the east. The fertility of Dhamtari’s lands is influenced by the presence of nearby rivers. Paddy stands out as the primary crop cultivated in this region.

There exist three primary forest ranges in the region, namely the Dhamtari range, Birguri range, and Nagri range. In addition to the prevalent Sal and Teak trees, the diverse forest landscape encompasses other similar varieties, including Saj, Koha, Harra, Bija, and Kumbi.

Dhamtari is celebrated for its distinctive traditional folk culture, contributing to the region's unique charm. Dhamtari district in Chhattisgarh, India, is home to diverse tribal communities, each with a unique cultural identity. Prominent tribes in the region include the Gond, Baiga, Kamar, Korku, and Oraon. These tribes contribute to the rich cultural fabric of Dhamtari with their distinct traditions and ways of life.

The dots marked on the map are the villages where the Sahajsut members reside. 

Envisioning a future where women, empowered as both occasional farm labourers and skilled weavers, drive a thriving company

At Sahajsut, we aspire to a future where the resilient spirit and diverse talents of, us, women, who are both occasional farm laborers and skilled weavers during off-seasons, are celebrated and empowered. Our producer company stands as a beacon of opportunity, fostering sustainable livelihoods and promoting economic independence for, us, women artisans. Through the sale of our exquisite handwoven fabrics, we aim to preserve the rich tradition of weaving and showcase the remarkable craftsmanship of our members to the world. As we weave together threads of tradition and innovation, Sahajsut is committed to creating a brighter, more inclusive future where every woman has the opportunity to thrive.