Bring the mountains into your life

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“The tin mug has been an essential in all my trekking expeditions. It exceeded my expectations with its durability, while being a classic design. I have taken it with me on many adventures and will continue to do so.”

Divye Sen, Jha Tea Mug

“When I shifted from the city to our farm a few years back, I realised how my city wardrobe didn’t fit in with the farm life. My research led me to Mapcha. I absolutely love the clothes. They are functional, gorgeous, have breathable fabrics, unique yet simple styles, cuts, earthy colour tones, and drapes like a dream.”

Nikita Dawar, Drokpa Dress

“I have been wearing Mapcha jewelry almost everyday for the past one year, and the quality is fabulous, and so are the price points. Will always vouch for you and the great quality you provide.”

Jenny, Himalayan Hoops 

“Mapcha really makes the best dresses. I bought my first dress in 2018 and now own each one they have got. They are easily my favourite Indian brand.” 

Sanjana Bhatt, Bhelsa Dress

“Bought the Dewa dress last minute before my Budapest trip and I must say it was the perfect vacation dress. Very comfortable, superb material, photographed beautifully, and had alot of heads turn!”

Isha Gupta Upadhyay, Dewa Dress

About The Brand

Mapcha was founded in 2018 with a vision to distil the essence of Himalayan design into products meant for the modern individual. Derived from the Tibetan word for ‘peacock’, Mapcha reinterprets traditional motifs as they move out of their original contexts into a new location. Based in the Tibetan enclave of Majnu ka tila, in New Delhi, we present a window into the life of the mountains through the artistic expressions of those who trace their roots there. Thoughtfully designing and curating our lifestyle and clothing brand, we hope to bring a bit of the mountains to homes everywhere.

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Mapcha Artist Series: Sonam Yeshi

Sonam Yeshi is an artist of mixed Tibetan/American origin based in Dharamsala, India in the Himalayan foothills.She grew up in the Tibetan community, surrounded by skilled artists and craftsmen, including monks who made carefully researched Tibetan dolls, reconstructing traditional ensembles from memory. Sonam’s art prints focus on feminine power on the roof of the world, bringing to light costume and jewelry. She also reinterprets Tibetan fables and folk tales, expressing them in her own colorful and bold visual style.

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