A large percentage from profits made by us selling our gorgeous hand-crafted items is donated back to India on a regular basis. Therefore, we are excited to announce that once again we are able to pass on much needed funds to carefully selected & trusted organisations in India that are personally known to us.
These organisations have made it their daily duty to empower and support abused, underprivileged and neglected women and children by offering basic skills and education in busy Jodhpur & surrounding villages in Rajasthan. For these children & young women this often is the only chance for any education available to them to survive within their society.
A sincere 'Thank You!' to all our wonderful customers for the continuous support offered to us over the past years - we could not do this without you!
Please feel free to contact us if you cannot find your size available or if there is anything you believe we might be able to help you with - we will get back to you within 24 hours.
If you wish, you can also find us as 'SilverSari Jewellery' in our eBay shop, on Etsy and on our Facebook page - this will allow you to stay informed of new things to come, as well as be one of the first to know when new found treasures become available.
When you move your focus
from competition to contribution
life becomes a celebration.
Never try to defeat people,
just win their hearts.
~ Gautama Buddha
I would like to thank Francisco de Souza, my good friend and talented photographer, for making available to us one of his wonderful photographs, the 'Rajasthani Woman', visible on the new SilverSari website. I could not have asked for a more perfect study of resilience and the natural beauty women in Rajasthan display... matched with the love and beauty of sterling silver jewellery of course!
Francisco is situated in Goa, where he settled with his family to follow his life's calling by combining his love of photography with the love for India and her people, while helping the country's poorest. Knowing the best spots for your perfect shot, he conducts photography walking tours around Goa, while teaching you practical travel photography and camera skills. If this sounds interesting to you, especially with your upcoming trip to India in mind, please contact Francisco de Souza for more information. Please note that Francisco's photos are copyrighted. Downloading and/or duplicating without the consent by Francisco de Souza is not permitted. (francisco-desouza.com)