The inception of ‘Baarique’ (intricate) happened over a cup of butter tea and a big bowl of thukpa out of traditional metal utensils when Co-Founders, Malika Budhiraj and Surkhi Matharu were on a road trip in Leh.

The brand aspires to encourage the work of local artists through functional art by working with metal-smiths and painters from Rajasthan to produce sustainable traditional Indian metal utensils. The designs are influenced by art, ranging from the gorgeous house boats of Kerela that are intricately hand crafted and covered in flowers, to the gorgeous cherry blossom trees that highlight the streets of Japan.

 Baarique brings an amalgamation of unexplored tradition, raw beauty and luxury.  

It stands for sustainability, functional art and well-being.

We define Incredible India as tradition, culture, festivals, ayurveda, hospitality, food, and a whole lot of colour. And our attempt to revive ancient Ayurvedic wisdom through contemporary design thus making Baarique, a little bit of India, in all its glory.