Sampoorn is also involved in areas of art and craft documentation, design and product development, marketing, training of artisans and up-gradation of their skills, tools, and technology without removing the intrinsic charm of the arts and crafts.
The society is in process of collecting and circulating information about the various art forms that span across the country, from the deserts of Rajasthan to the mountains of Arunachal Pradesh and from the southern coasts of Tamil Nadu to the northernmost Himalayan states. In addition to this, we also promote from regions that once were politically associated with India like Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Art truly has no boundaries.
With a committee of people genuinely focused and dedicated about reviving and preserving our arts and crafts and with more than 700 crafts-person and artisans registered, Sampoorn is among the largest and trusted such societies in India.
Sampoorn hosts events under the name of “The Weavers”, “Vastrabhushana”, “Santhe – Back To Nature”, “Native Bazaar” and “Creator’s Market” in various metropolitan cities of India like Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Coimbatore, etc and create a bridge between the modern art lovers and artisans