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15 Aug 2020
Wecomart is Open for Business on 74th Independence Day!!
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new eCommerce marketplace for niche products. Shop for a wide collection of Indian Handicrafts, Eco, Organic & Beauty care products and much more. #golocal, #independenceday, #aatmanirbharindia.
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Liquid Body Wash Read More
Liquid Body Wash
Body washes are colorful, smell great, and found in so many varieties, that it suits all needs and purposes of dry skin, sensitive skin, men and women alike. Not only are body washes and shower gels c...
Jute Bags - a perfect replacement for Plastic Bags Read More
Jute Bags - a perfect replacement for Plastic Bags
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Organic Gulkand With Damask Rose Read More
Organic Gulkand With Damask Rose
The literal meaning of Gulkand is 'Gul 'which means 'Rose' and 'Kand' which means 'Sweet'. Gulkand is one of the most delicious Ayurvedic preparations known to mankind. Gulkand is a sweet preserve of ...
Classic Lanterns Read More
Classic Lanterns
A lantern is a device that can be moved from one place to another, used to create light and to light up open areas. Lanterns may be used for giving signals, or as general light sources for camping. Th...
Traditional Authentic Ceramic Products Read More
Traditional Authentic Ceramic Products
Ceramic art is art made from ceramic materials, including clay. It may take forms including artistic pottery, including tableware, tiles, figurines and other sculpture. As one of the plastic arts, cer...
Gond Painting - a Traditional Folk Art Read More
Gond Painting - a Traditional Folk Art
Gond paintings are a form of painting from folk and tribal art that is practiced by one of the largest tribes in India with whom it shares its name. Gond comes from the Dravidian expression, Kond whic...