BRINGING TRADITION TO YOU…
Our heritage, our tradition, is ours to treasure…
Our first product line encompasses the very tradition that we all are so proud of. Bringing to the fore a simple story, which transcends boundaries and cultures.
A weary traveller had been crossing the desert, on his camel. Days passed, and yet he was far from his destination. He had carried a few supplies when he set out, but these got exhausted quickly. Now he was thirsty, he was hungry. He was tired.
Suddenly in the distance, he saw something. Trees? In the desert? Surely must be an oasis nearby! He rode his camel faster, for the promise of quenching his thirst invigorated him. It grew closer, and closer. Yes, he would make it, he thought. As he reached the first tree, he motioned his camel to stop, and quickly climbed down, and ran towards the faint sparkle of water. He ran, and ran, and yet the distance increased. Finally, he reached.Yes! There was water! Very little, but it was there nevertheless.He couldn’t believe his eyes!
We believe that what you wear, what you carry, should be a reflection of what you believe in, your values, your soul. It should be an extension of your personality.
As he brought out his bottle, he looked again. And he saw it. The water was a different color. Red? Its not possible…he looked again. Closer. At the edge of the water, lay two dead camels. Slaughtered for their meat. Their blood ran into the water, and the carcasses had started to rot.
But the traveller was thirsty. He could not stand it any longer. If he drank the water and died from sickness, it was still better than dying of thirst, he thought. He reached out.
Suddenly, he felt a gentle tap on his shoulder. He turned, and saw a young girl smiling at him. He looked beyond. There was a tent, so she must have come from there. He hadn’t noticed the tent before.
She smiled. “Don’t drink this water” she said. “I don’t have a choice- I am dying of thirst”, he blurted.
You are in need, and I have the opportunity to help you…
“Yes you do have a choice. I filled my last flask with water, before the thieves slaughtered my camels. I managed to hide, and they took everything. Except my flask”, she said sadly. “Here, drink from it”.
“But this is your last flask of water. If I finish it, what will you do?”
“God works in strange ways”, she said. ” I lost everything, but I still know that He will take care of me. You are in need, and I have the opportunity to help you. To share. And in my family, we believe that a person in need is sent by God. So please, take this, and drink from it”.
He stretched his hand out, and she poured the water for him. He looked at her gratefully, knowing that the thieves thought they took everything, but they couldn’t possibly touch the values that she was brought up with….