Jute has been an integral part of culture of Bengal, in the entire southwest of Bangladesh and some portions of. The craft had largely ceased by about 1970 due to the appearance of synthetic fibres, however due to stipulated efforts by artists as well as product designers the craft is well back to its original form and popularity.
Working with small time jute producers in villages in Bengal, Happy Hands Foundation uses the artists know-how of the craft of jute making to carte some stunning designs. The jute rich state, has been seeing the same designs passed on for ages. From bags to home-décor to office accessories, mats, pouches, Jute fibre that is coarse and strong can be used to create many beautiful handi-crafts.