Sammana Tote - Indian Neutral Series

Specialty items

$ 54.00

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The Indian Neutral Series colors consist of brown, which is a combination of all three primary colors, and the two remaining colors: black and white. The more muddied or gray a color is, the more neutral it becomes. Neutral designs are the hardest to define because much of the feeling they evoke is from the warm and cool colors that influence them.

Sudara is partnering with fellow do-good brand, Sari Bari, to offer a curated collection of home goods and bags. Together, we are employing and training even more women who are at a high risk or survivors of sex trafficking.   

Sammana means dignity in Bengali and that’s exactly what this bag represents! We think this tote is pretty special, created with two saris, adding a little more color and texture (as if there was not enough). It’s got a wide body, big enough to carry everything you need for the day, including your laptop. Plus, it’s created with sturdy 100% cotton canvas, double organizer pockets, a zipper pocket to secure your valuables, magnetic button closure and durable woven cotton shoulder straps, with brass rivets on the handles.

Hand-stitched by Sari Bari Artisans and machine finished by another skilled woman who now has freedom, on the industrial sewing machine—undoubtedly, it’s got Heroic potential! Hand wash separately in cold water, tumble dry low.

  • Handcrafted in India
  • 100% cotton sari and canvas lined interior for structure and durability
  • Dimensions: 15"h x 19"w
  • Handle length measures 25" with a 12.5" rise
  • Due to the handmade nature of this product, the color and pattern of the item you receive may vary slightly from the product(s) shown.

Don’t forget to look inside your bag to find the name of the artisan who did the hand-stitching on your bag.

Made proudly in India by women working to remain free from sex slavery. Perfect for meaningful gifts or a little something for yourself.

Made in India

Indian woman working with sewing machine, scissors, and fabric

Empowering Women

Nine Indian women standing together wearing bright colored saris and smiling