nava dīti
discover your splendor
Nava Dīti, in Sanskrit, a classical language of India and the language of yoga, means new tide. The concept implies the conjunction of nava: ship, a vehicle to transport you from a perception of reality to another and dīti, tide, strange but significant name of the creator: constancy and movement at the same time.
Its etymology refers to various attributes: The origin of its materials from distant countries (Africa, India and Indonesia), the inputs that make it up (natural fibers and clays), its manual process, characteristic of ancient techniques (the batik and the loom of waist) and sun drying. As well as its international approach (it has ambassadors who live in Mexico City, Sarasota, Medellin to small towns such as Cuernavaca)
With design, inputs from distant countries and ecological characteristics nava dīti captivates worldwide.