Don't Panic..... Wear Organic !!

Our Story

The origins of cotton production and use go back to ancient times. The first evidence of cotton, use was found in India and Pakistan and dates from about 6,000 B.C.
Scientists believe that cotton was first cultivated in the Indus delta. As we Indian have a long culture of cotton production which was obviously grown cotton in traditional ways. There are different types of cotton crops has been grown in a different part of India.
In this era, the garments are made by using many harmful chemicals for dyeing, printing etc. for a competitive market. These harsh chemicals are not suitable for soft & delicate skin of babies.
Many different environmental problems like water pollution, Land/ Soil pollution is due to large textile industries.
To overcome these issues GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) are introduced to the world by which all processes from cotton farming to Garment making is examined & tested. The aim of the standard is to define world-wide recognized requirements that ensure organic status of textiles, from harvesting of the raw materials, through environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing up to labelling in order to provide a credible assurance to the end consumer.


As a responsible brand PRANAVA ORGANICS is born for the same purpose in 2016 to serve organic & safe garments to infants, children.
Pranava brand is focused and dedicated to tenets of Sustainable development and doing business with a social conscience. Our brand is adding a new dimension to the field of Organic textiles and garments, right from responsible sourcing of the raw materials through every step of creating the final product.
Pranava mainly produces garments, accessories and bath products for babies and children, with only 100% organic cotton and Eco-friendly dyes free from metal contaminants.
In this modern-day world where global warming and climate change are a very real threat, Pranava offers hope of sustainable growth by saying-

Don't Panic Wear Organic !!!

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