Good Earth on Holiday Playlist

Good Earth on Holiday Playlist

We’re pleased to introduce Maladvipa, our design theme for 2019-20. The designers at GoodEarth were inspired by the tropical abundance of the Maldives—the true jewels of the #IndianOcean—and have translated the country’s lush flora and fauna into delightful designs. Join us as we dive into the moods, stories, and motifs of Maladvipa.

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Good Earth x Soneva- The Seaside Playlist

Good Earth x Soneva- The Seaside Playlist

With our popup store opening at the luxury destination, Soneva Fushi (@discoversoneva) in the Maldives in #June this year, this was the beginning of a multi-faceted collaboration. This resort is nestled on a coral atoll surrounded by the vast Indian Ocean. Our new capsule collection—the Soneva Edit—is inspired by the islands’ lush greens, glistening sun-soaked sands, and alluring blue waters

To celebrate this unique association, we present the Good Earth X Soneva playlist, featuring the sounds of breezy tropical islands for easy weekend listening 

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Pero Fall-Winter 2019

Good Earth
Péro x The Woolmark Company

Fall/Winter 2019
Good Earth Khan Market, New Delhi

For their Fall ’19 collection, Péro joined hands with The Woolmark Company and the master weavers of Kullu in Himachal Pradesh as part of Woolmark’s ‘Grown in Australia, Made in India’ initiative. They wove fine Australian Merino wool into bold patterns, highlighted with motifs in bright colours reminiscent of Kullu’s traditional shawls. Péro then reinterpreted these fabrics into contemporary silhouettes—jackets, tops, trousers, dresses—ideal for layering in the north Indian winters.

Wool not only formed the base of the collection, but was also used in innovative ways to embellish various styles. Oversized floral appliqué and couching, highlighted with delicate beadwork and hand embroideries, give this collection a playful twist that’s signature Péro.

Good Earth Crafts Edit

The Good Earth Crafts Edit

From the hands of master artisans to your
homes we invite you to discover India’s astounding craft heritage


On the global stage, one of the things that sets India apart is its craft heritage. These are unique practices that go back uninterrupted for hundreds—if not thousands—of years. Our abundance of natural resources and human ingenuity have given us an inexhaustible spectrum of handicrafts that have only become more refined over long periods of royal patronage.


These timeless traditions are at the heart of our work at Good Earth. For 23 years and counting, we have worked closely with craftspeople and communities who, generation after generation, safeguard this infinite cultural patrimony. As we celebrate our 73rd Independence Day, we bring you the crafts that have inspired us and given us some of our best loved products.

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AJRAKH | Gujarat

Handwoven cotton and silk, resist-printed and hand-dyed in natural indigo, madder and black

BLOCK PRINT | Rajasthan

Hand-carved wooden block patterns precision printed by the hands of master craftsmen

BROCADE | Uttar Pradesh

Sumptuous handwoven silk jacquard textiles shot through with pure silver and gold threads to form intricate motifs

CHANDERI | Madhya Pradesh

Handspun silk and cotton woven together to achieve a diaphanous, breathtaking textile coveted by the nobility

CHIKANKARI | Uttar Pradesh

Raised, hand-done cotton threadwork on diaphanous mul cottons that creates a shadow effect

DABU | Rajasthan

Handwoven cotton and silk hand-block printed and mud-resist dyed in natural indigo

KALAMKARI | Andhra Pradesh

The finest hand-drawn designs that use only vegetable and mineral colours

KANSA | Odisha

Tableware and utensils in bell-metal that’s heat-cast, beaten, and crafted by hand

MALKHA | Tamil Nadu

Made of handspun and handwoven cotton, the name comes from combining mul and khadi

Gandhara: A Retrospective

Gandhara: A Retrospective

Design Collections

As we close the chapter of our design collection for 2018-19, here’s looking back at the myth, memories, and legacy of the ancient land of Gandhara.

We only know what we’ve lost because
of what is left behind.

Each year we create a design collection that tells the story of a particular culture or mythical aspect of a region in the Indian subcontinent and surrounding areas across Asia. For the year 2018-19, we embarked on a design journey to unfold the legends of Gandhara along the famed Silk Route.

An ancient kingdom that existed during the time of the Rig Vedas, Gandhara, was located at the confluence of rivers Swat and Kabul, both tributaries of the mighty Sindhu. The first true global civilisation, exemplifying a fluid melding of Indic, Persian, Greek and Central Asian cultures with a predominantly Buddhist influence, it was a cradle of art and design, and a hub of knowledge and learning.

As we proceed towards this year’s annual theme, we bring the Gandhara chapter to a close with the launch of our design journal. Insightful and visually rich, it records our inspiration and research behind the Gandhara Design Collection: a re-imagining of the rich history through the Good Earth lens.

Ancient Inspirations: Designs and Details


The trumpeting elephant motif was borrowed from the coins issued by the ruling Satraps of that time.

The Bactrian Horse motif was inspired by the mythical flying stallions of Bakhtar, as ancient Bactria was known.

Dining like Royalty

The Taxila dinnerware collection was named after the city of Takshashila, where one of the world’s oldest universities was situated. It was also an important centre of commerce, and its residents lived in ease, amongst the prosperity that trade and exchange ensured in the region.


The Taxila dinnerware collection was named after the city of Takshashila, where one of the world’s oldest universities was situated. It was also an important centre of commerce, and its residents lived in ease, amongst the prosperity that trade and exchange ensured in the region.

The Potter’s Wheel

Gandharan terracotta represented a stylistic simplicity of form and material. With practical, functional shapes to assist everyday use—such as storing food and grain or drinking and pouring water—each vessel celebrated distinctive curves, balance, and subtle refinement. Drawing from the pottery and utensils excavated at Gandhara, we created a range of handcrafted Greek amphorae, pots, and jars, along with metal and glass ones.

The Weaver’s Loom

Gandharan textiles reflected a diverse amalgam of culture, design influences, and style. From the beguiling geometric patterns of Ajrakh to the twinkling Banjaran mirrorwork of nomadic tribes, our collections captured the spirit of this cosmopolitan civilisation with rich textures and traditional craft techniques, narrating tales of a forgotten world.


Gandhara Playlist


Anhad Naad 
Ram Sampath, Sona Mohapatra & Shadab

Dil Sulagta Raha Chandni Raat Mein
Ustad Nusurat Fateh Ali Khan

Khwaja Mere Khwaja

Kaho Kya Khayal Hai
Zeb and Haniya

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Cocktail Hour with Karina Aggarwal

Cocktail Hour

 with Karina Aggarwal,
Beverage Expert and Consultant


She can make delicious drinks with
the easiest ingredients, and swears
by the basics of bartending.
Join Karina as she shows us how to
mix the best (and booziest) Negroni.

“For a long time, we have made cocktails to be these really exclusive things that you have to go out to have... But at home, it’s so simple. You just need to stock your bar with about four different things. The rest comes from your kitchen anyway.”

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A Luxurious Lunch with Dhruv Oberoi

A Luxurious Lunch with Dhruv Oberoi

Executive Chef, Olive and Serai at Olive, New Delhi | With every menu he puts together, his culinary creations become more and more decadent. Join Dhruv as he serves up a Moroccan fantasy for the midday meal.

“When I style a menu or a table, the only thing I keep in mind is the experience and the concept...Lunch for my guests needs to be filing; it needs to be substantial...”

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Breakfast of Champions with Sahil Marwaha

Breakfast of Champions with Sahil Marwaha


Partner Founder, Beam & Words | Known as Delhi’s Breakfast-Bowl Boy— thanks to his yummy (and healthy) Instagram feed—he whips up delicious morning meals in moments, and serves them with style.

“People often say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day I vouch for that. It’s a great kickstart for me... It’s something I love eating, and that’s why I’ve started creating it for myself every morning now.”

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Dinner For Two with Eeshaan Kashyap

Dinner For Two with Eeshaan Kashyap

Restaurateur and Culinary Expert | Running some of Delhi’s most awarded restaurants, his expertise lies in creating unforgettable experiences through food, ambience, and service. Here, he talks about his love for all that’s Indian.

“I don’t wait for a birthday or a special day... I love the concept of a thali; it’s a combination of all the regional foods put together. For me, the gold of the Kansa, the green of the betel leaves, and the red from the roses forms happiness on the table.”

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Time for Tea with Shreya Soni

Time for Tea with Shreya Soni

Founder, Delhi Secret Supper Club | The capital’s most sought-after host and curator of creative experieces, she talks about making teatime special by mixing flavours, flowers, and fun at her table.

“It’s so interesting... how you move from sweet and savoury and crunchy, and the different layers that could tingle your senses... And the interjection of happy flowers on the table. And somehow it makes the whole teatime tradition so much more special.”

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Pichwai: The Dance of Krishna

Pichwai: The Dance of Krishna

Ornate, handpainted temple hangings that bring alive the legends of the deity 


The word Pichwai has its roots in the Sanskrit pich (behind) and wai (hanging). A traditional art form that emerged in the 17th Century at the Nathdwara temple in Rajasthan, Pichwais are intricate paintings dedicated to Shrinathji and are typically hung behind the idol of the deity in local shrines. These elaborately handpainted artworks celebrate the different moods and expressions of Krishna, and mostly depict temple rituals like the adornment (shringaar) of Shrinathji according to the seasons or festivals in the Pushtimarg calendar: Janamashtami and Gopashtami, for example. A popular depiction of Krishna found in Pichwais is the Chappan Bhog (a feast of 56 delicacies) rendition as an offering to the deity. Elements of the Indian monsoon like the peacock, the lotus, and even his beloved cows are featured prominently and repeatedly. 


Over time, Pichwai painting came to be practiced in various local styles. The most recognisable among these are the Nathdwara style known for its expressive portraitures, the Deccan or Hyderabadi defined by a liberal use of gold and silver leaf, the dynamic and fluid Kota-Bundi style, and the Kishangarh style inspired by Mughal miniatures. 


As an endeavour to preserve and revive this sacred art form, we present contemporary renditions of traditional Pichwai paintings in collaboration with The House Of Things, curated exclusively on our web boutique for a limited time.

One God, Many Avatars

From dancing to eating, cow-herding to flute-playing, Pichwais depict the many moods of Lord Krishna

Shrinathji Morkutir Pichwai: An ode to the Monsoon, this colourful Pichwai features Shrinathji playing his bansuri (flute), surrounded by dancing peacocks and his beloved cows.

Shrinathji Duhera Manorath: Painted in the Mughal miniature style, this intricate Pichwai depicts the ritual dressing (shringaar) of Shrinathji before a Chappan Bhog ceremony.

Shri Gokulchandramaji Gopashtami: Symbolising Lord Krishna as the Gokulchandrama (the moon of Gokul), this Deccan-style Pichwai features the deity in a Tribhanga (three-body-bends) posture.

Gopiyo Ki Pichwai: Rendered on a dark background with gold leaf detailing, this exquisite Pichwai depicts four Gopis in adulation of Shrinathji.

Moods Of The Monsoon

“Monsoon, spring of India, saviour from the torment of summer.
You brought tidings of the month of Tir, once again we escaped the heat”

Mas’ud Sa’d Salman (d. 1121), Persian poet

Discover the joys of the Indian Monsoon through our curated playlist, home collections, wellness products, and range of easy apparel

The Good Earth Playlist

Revel in the rains with our favourite tracks featuring the sublime Raag Mian Malhar and the familiar Tu Jaane Na.

1. Manj Khamaj- The Rough Guide to Ravi Shankar
2. Diwana Hua Badal - Kashmir Ki Kali (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
3. Serenata -  Armik 
4. Paradise – MCP Performs the Greatest Hits of Coldplay, Vol 2
Dance All Night – Axel Boman 
6. Raga: Gaud Sarang – Raza Ali Khan & Ustad Munawar Ali Khan
7. Up Close: Embrace – Ottmar Liebert + Luna Negra
8. Tu Mane Ya Na Mane – Wadali Brothers
9. Tu Jaane Na - Atif Aslam (From “Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani”)
10. Raga Mian Malhar – Tarana – Flights of Melody (Veena Sahasrabuddhe)
11. Dasht – E- Tanhai – Meesha Shafi
12. He Govinda He Gopala – Treasures of Classical Indian Music

Monsoon Dreams

Transform your room into a haven of relaxation with our soothing bed collections, creating the perfect recess as you unwind to the sound of the falling rain

Hand-block printed mul, natural dyes, and delicate quilting are the
ideal bedmates for languid, rain-soaked slumber

Home, Sweet Home

Give your home a makeover with colors and patterns that evoke the magic of monsoon

Celebrate the arrival of monsoons with lotuses blooming on our Neelanjana table linen, finely hand-block printed and dyed in natural indigo

Infuse a refreshing, natural flavour into your tea, coffee, or cocktails with these handmade spices from Sri Lanka

Enjoy delectable monsoon treats on a palette of blue and white
with our resplendent Indechine dinnerware range

Converse over steaming cups of chai with our finely-decorated Narmada range of mugs and kulhars

Let the bright colours of our Indian Ocean umbrella lift your spirits on an overcast day

Dress Divine

Effortlessly casual, easy silhouettes in handloom fabrics: welcome the rains with our Zineb, Vapika and Machlipatnam collections

From African Berber patterns to the lightest white muls, to hand-block printed motifs in jewel tones, dressing easy for the Monsoon was never easier. Pick from a range of classic kurtas to opulent odhanis from our apparel brand, Sustain.

The Rozana Edit

For everyday casuals that never go out of style

Rituals of the Rains

Indulge in the delights of filigree lamps, fragrant Dhunas, and health-giving brass with our lineup of lifestyle essentials for your home

Luxury Lights

Sparkling light scattered through crystal and glass evokes something almost magical…

A chandelier becomes the means by which this magic is worked.
It arrests attention, gives dimension, and adds focus to any space.

Presenting our luminous new range of chandeliers and lustre lights, studded with hand-cut
glass and crystals in an array of geometric shapes that capture and refract light
to create artistic displays and brighten your homes.

Siena Chandelier
Ratna Chandelier
Persia Chandelier
Heba Chandelier
Lustre Light

“Light, my light, the world-filling light, the eye-kissing light, heart-sweetening light!

Ah, the light dances, my darling, at the centre of my life.

The light is shattered into gold on every cloud, my darling, and it scatters gems in profusion.”

-Rabindranath Tagore

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Rozana Resort Edit

As the summer sets in, we’re dreaming of long, beautiful journeys and short, spirited getaways. Exploring new places and discovering ourselves.

Think pristine beaches and verdant oases,
picturesque towns and quaint countrysides.

Soaked in this spirit of wanderlust and the laid-back summer vibe,
we bring you our Sustain Rozana Resort collection.


Celebrate an aesthetic of travel and comfort in fluid, free-flowing silhouettes that move with you. Awash in a palette of sun-washed whites and sea-swept blues, the range is crafted in cool cottons and wispy silks, and is handblock printed in natural indigo dyes, using the traditional kalamkari and dabu techniques.

On Archanaa: Rozana Resort Magnolia Cotton Farshi
On Archanaa: Rozana Resort Lily Cotton Kaftan
On Archanaa: Rozana Resort Buti Cotton Kurti
On Archanaa: Rozana Resort Sakurakamal Silk Modal Kaftan
On Archanaa: Rozana Resort Multi Silk Modal Kaftan
On Archanaa: Rozana Resort Multi Silk Modal Kaftan
On Archanaa: Rozana Resort Gul Cotton Kurta, Bali Cotton Pant
On Archanaa: Rozana Resort Saara Cotton Shirt
On Archanaa: Rozana Resort Jasmine Cotton Top

"Live in the sunshine,
swim the sea, drink the wild air."

Ralph Waldo Emerson




A line of everyday, handwoven essentials, that celebrates breathe-ease styles in calming, tonal colours.

Our Video Library

Our Video Library

brand videos

The Good Earth Story

Woman is Chaos - Vogue Empower

'pehchaan' craft documentary films

Pehchaan - The Discerning Eye

Pehchaan: Making of a Kansa Thaali

Pehchaan - Chintz of the Coromandel Coast

Pehchaan - Story of Gyasar Weave

sustainable luxury

meet the master

The Miniaturist, A Celebration Of Traditional Gota Work

Good Earth Craft Map

enchanted india

Enchanted India at the V&A- The Fabric of India

Enchanted India - Good Earth Boutique in Jaipur

Enchanted India- Benaras

good earth collaborations

Husn-e-Taairaat - Rohit Bal for Good Earth

The Story of Babur - Good Earth & Penguin India

Elephant Parade India- Making of Van Vaibhav

Elephant Parade India - Making of Tara Astamangala

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Spring Harvest

“Spring and all its flowers now joyously break
their vow of silence.

It is time for celebration…”

- Hafiz

Spring is here

Browse beautiful Sustain apparel in gossamer, windswept styles with delicate embroidered accents and blooming patterns, in stores and on our web boutique.
As chilly winds mellow into a warm, gentle breeze, it brings all things fresh and flowering. We found inspiration in the free-spirited beckoning of nature, from which flow all things beautiful and pure.   
Join us as we celebrate the abundance of spring with the launch of cool, breezy collections of Sustain and Home at Good Earth Spring Harvest. Now available in shops and on our Web Boutique.

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Enchanted India Playlist

Good Earth Playlist: Enchanted India

Vibrant colours juxtaposed with subtle serenity captures the essence of Indian style, where opposites and contradictions coexist naturally, and easily.  

Rooted in the rich heritage of the Indian subcontinent and Asia, Good Earth captures the essence of Indian style through unique design stories, thoughtful in design and considerate of the environment.
Each year, we create a Design Collection that tells the story of a particular tradition or culture through Good Earth’s eyes. The collections explore myths, crafts, culture, flora and fauna of varied geographies of India, and focus on the revival and refinement of traditional crafts, in a contemporary context.  
Through each offering and story, Good Earth strives to build a cultural legacy of sustainable luxury through designs that elevate cottage crafts, innovate with natural dyes, and keep traditions alive for future generations.

Enchanted India Playlist


Vaishnava Janath
Padmanabha Bapu

Yeh Jo Des Hai Tera 
A.R. Rahman 

Raga Gaud Sarang (Tarana In Ektaal)
Ustad Rashid Khan  

Tu Jaane Na
Atif Aslam 

Hum Aapki Aankhon Mein
Geeta Dutt 

A Night In Lenasia
Deepak Ram 

And More... 

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