From ancient times, dating back to Vedic times even, people have carried around little or large bags for utilitarian purposes. Interestingly, the potli bag was used in ayurveda to store herbs and to use it in a massage - lending its name to what we now know as poultice. Potlis and little satchels with drawstrings were used to carry money, valuables, food and other such items needed on a journey. The Ramayana recounts the journey of lord Rama into exile, followed by his faithful brother Lakshman, carrying with him a potli filled with clothes, fruits, medicinal leaves and some earth from Ayodhya.
Natsy by Design brings you a collection of potli purses, jholas, batuas or wallets, clutch purses and other handbags handcrafted and embellished with beads and rich embroidery. Also featured in this collection are durable, sturdy laptop, picnic and laundry bags made from jute and cotton.