The golden leaves design in the front and at the back sets the tone for a classy style. The handwoven fabric (dhurrie) and the brown leather with which the bag is created, makes it super durable. The inside of the bag has a smooth poly-suede lining with a zip side pocket and on the outside it has a light gold zipper that runs on the top ends with a classy leather tassel at the end. The bag appears compact from the outside and is quite spacious on the inside.
The long detachable strap of the Vata bag lets you choose whether you want to wear it as a sling or as a cross bag, while the sturdy yet smooth top handle makes carrying it around pretty easy. Everyday wear, this bag is a great option for adopters of edgy fashion.
Vata word comes from the Hindu Vata-vriksh meaning the Banyan Tree. In India, Banyan is sacred tree that symbolises something which is strong, standing firm on the ground with all the virtues and virility. The gold Zari work on our bags were inspired by the leaves and the branches of the tree.