Our mission at Singhal Exports Jodhpur is to create an exclusive online destination that reinvents how people discover & shop home decor and interior articles. Our collection has only the world’s finest hand-selected interior products that complete harmony of your home design.
We have tried to make shopping for a stylish home enjoyable and truly effort-free. You can find beautiful interior products and all the interior design ideas, inspiration and professional advice you need to transform your house into a work of art.
We believe our customers are the soul of our business. From curating exclusive product collections to creating inspirational timeless designs and regularly price checking our products is done with you in mind.
We are constantly committed in providing a combo of excellent product quality and service into an unforgettable experience
Over the years we strive to create and deliver the most revolutionary and exotic piece of decor to stores all over the world. But with the coming of digital age now the whole world can have access to the most exclusive curation of interior and home decor products. We have created our online shopping destination with a ambition to unveil to the world the most brilliant of designs and wide variety in the domain of HOME DÉCOR with the sole purpose to represent the unique style of each homemaker. A space truly your own, the space we promise to decorate with love and with style.
Organization & History
Singhal Exports Jodhpur is a sister concern of Lalji Handicrafts, the pioneers who laid the foundation of INR192,456,000,000.00 handicraft Industry in Jodhpur and still are fore runners of the Jodhpurs Handicraft Industry. Incorporated in 1981 by Mr. Ram Prakash Singhal alias Lalji, Lalji Handicrafts has developed into the largest collections of semi-antique and modern architectural elements in the country. For its outstanding performance and prioritized service to its customers, Lalji Handicrafts has also been recognized and awarded by the government in the year 2004, trade organizations and journals.
We have our own in-house manufacturing unit and design team comprised of the finest designers and craftspeople in the industry, who are constantly working hand in hand to deliver quality products that most aesthetically pleasing. Currently our product range comprises of Home Decor, Lamps, Lamp Shades, Lightings, Boxes, Wall Decor, Frames, Mirrors and more.
The Story That Started It All
“It was approximately in 1961.Wooden dolls were made during Gangaur, Gangaur is colorful and one of the most important festivals of people of Rajasthan and is observed throughout the state with great fervor and devotion by womenfolk who worship Gauri, the consort of Lord Shiva during March–April. It is the celebration of spring, harvest, and marital fidelity. So a thought crossed my mind. We tried to make something like that here, but no one was experienced enough to make them. Then we went to Nagaur where there were one or two qualified craftsmen. So, they started to work for us. They used to work for one month and after that, we used to bring the items to Jodhpur. But then there were no painters available here at that time. So, we used to pack them and take them to Nathdwara by bus or train. After 10 days, when the painting was finished we used to bring them back here. Then again we had to take them to Delhi or Mumbai where we stayed in hotels for 10 days. During our stay, we used to take them to each and every shop to sell. Back then Jodhpur did not have many buyers. Gradually our work got recognized and craftsmen were willing to work with us in Jodhpur. We hired 5 to 7 craftsmen initially. As they got convinced that no huge capital was required for this, rather just a few instruments were enough, we got up to 10 craftsmen by our side. This was the beginning and now 50,000 to 75,000 families are involved in handicrafts business. Now Jodhpur has become a 2nd highest exporter of handicrafts in the country.
Jodhpur is a dry area expanded over 200 km. So, when every craftsman started making things from not only wood but also marble, sand etc the entire aura of the city changed. Seeing this growth, Bhairon Singhji, the then president of India gave me the lifetime achievement award in 2004 for my contribution in handicraft development in Delhi. Since then the growth has been so enormous that now it has become a huge market.”
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