Raja Mat Bag
Raja Mat Bag
Raja Mat Bag
Raja Mat Bag
Raja Mat Bag
Raja Mat Bag
Raja Mat Bag
Raja Mat Bag
Raja Mat Bag
Raja Mat Bag

Raja Mat Bag

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Raja Mat Bag was mindfully crafted underprivileged but over talented women in India. Keep your hands free by carrying this lightweight mat bag and exude good vibes only. 

Raja is a Sanskrit term meaning "king." Just as raja is the highest rank of the state, Raja yoga ranks highest among the four paths of yoga and is also called the royal path. Practice of Raja yoga helps one to achieve spiritual supremacy, which makes the practitioner the "king" of the mind and the world.

Raja yoga, is an "eight limb" practice as described in the Yoga Sutras by sage Patanjali.

 

Soul of the Yoga Bag

  • Lining
  • Exterior zip pocket large enough for phones, card holders, keys, cash etc
  • Big enough for most mats and a change of clothes

Wash and Care

We recommend to machine wash in cold water and then dry flat. 

Mindful Craftsmanship

Your bag purchase helps stitch back lives of women from the economically challenged backgrounds in India. We help empower them with a livelihood, confidence and give them the respect they deserve. Read more

Rooted in Earth, Grown with love

Yoga is a powerful practice and we want to inspire our tribe to explore this using the right tools. The right tools are found in nature.

Mother Earth has given us a beautiful home in which we find food to eat, air to breathe, medicines to heal, sunsets to enjoy, mountains to hike, water to survive. She also gave us fibers whose quality surpass manmade alternatives. To illustrate our proof on concept we created our Ahimsa Mat. It is made using sustainable materials, is 100% biodegradable and chemical free. It grips much better than plastic mats, is anti-slip, odorless, and longer lasting. The values behind this mat inspired the rest of our yoga gear + activewear.

Let us tread lightly on Mother Earth by giving what we can and taking only what we need.