A magical mélange of arts and crafts
Arts and crafts have been a celebrated tradition in India. Skilled Indian craftsmen with their flair for exotic creations have captivated the world’s imagination. The celebration still continues in the modern world in the form of the Sunday Soul Sante – an ode to contemporary arts and crafts. It is the one platform that promotes artists and allows them to bring forth their creative passions. It’s a potpourri where one can explore a plethora of creative offerings, music, food and oodles of fun.
Take a break from the mundane and discover how everyday things are infused with refreshing thoughts. Be inspired by beautiful ideas painstakingly crafted by talented artists. Aesthetic concepts created using ingenious techniques will surely stop you in your tracks. Clothes, accessories, jewellery, paintings, decorative items – hunt for many hidden treasures at unbelievable prices at the Soul Sante.
And that’s not all. You can indulge your taste buds with spectacular food. Live shows and performances will keep your senses entertained throughout. Sunday Soul Sante is one arresting experience you definitely don’t want to miss.
Founder, Sunday Soul Sante
It doesn’t matter how often you’re knocked down; success comes to those who get up and fight again. Asha Rao, may have witnessed a few defeats, but her passion for fabric and arts ensured that she constantly strived to regenerate her idea.
Her reward: the success of her venture Soul Sante, a flea market that is held in Bangalore five times a year. The name is an acknowledgment of your day off and keeping it sacred, spending it well with some quality family time and some food for your soul. The Sante is the result of Asha Rao’s foresight. “It is a 15-year-old story. I saw the need for a creative market in Bangalore. There are so many talented young people who were struggling. Before you ‘arrive’ you need someone to hold your hand.”