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The Design Temple line of products are cleaned-lined and modern in design, but draw their inspiration from Indian myth, history and local nuances. There is a quirky, humurous take in each that doesn’t affect the functionality of the object. Here are some that caught my eye.
Cheerharan Toilet Paper:This hand-grabbing toilet paper is inspired by the evil king Duryodhana who ordered “Cheerharan” or stripping of the saree, in a famous Indian epic from the 4th century B.C. That saree never came to an end, this toilet paper will. Set of 2 rolls.
First Vaid:The “Vaid” or Indian for doctor is your little first aid kit. Use it to store all your prescribed medicines in the house or when you travel. Size: 130mm w x 70mm h x 130mm d
Three Monkeys: These brightly coloured matchboxes encapsulate Mahatma Gandhi’s mantra; See no evil, Speak no evil, Hear no evil.
Black Tongue Cleaner:Swipe your tongue clean with these indigenous tongue cleaners. India’s fun and fabulous answer to fresh breath.
More of their products and work on the designtemple site.
(Via Purvi – thank you.)
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