Around 1880, hand pullled rickshaws (also called Tana Rickshaws) appeared in India, first in Simla. At the turn of the century it was introduced in Kolkata, and in 1914 it was a conveyance for hire. The last bastion of human powered Tana rickshaws took off the streets after its ban in India, in 2015. This range of wallets for men features an artistically reworked image of a sleeping puller on one of these hand pulled rickshaw on a faux leather surface. Ample storage space ensures that all your monetary essentials are in place.
Dimension (inches) : Length 4" X Width 0.5" X Height 4.5" Material : Faux Leather Closure Type : Snap 1 note compartments, 4 card slots, 1 coin pocket
With glamorous overlays and ecstatic opulence, Krsna Mehta recaptures Mughal aesthetics with exemplary rendition. The collection is inspired by rich Indian visuals and incorporates powerful contemporary elements. Urging a sense of drama and geometricity across it's range, this collection alludes symmetry and balance to ultimately create cohesive compositions.