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Haresh Mirpuri

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Haresh Mirpuri
🏳️ NationalityIndian
🎓 Alma materSri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning (MBA)
💼 Occupation
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Haresh Mirpuri (born 1977) is an entrepreneur and founder of Aranyani.[1] He was the first industrialist to coin the practice of conscious luxury, or the method of focused environmentalism, sustainability, and commitment to a sustainable workforce.[2] The products he creates are inspired by the ateliers of Europe as well as the original Indian ateliers which were called Kiranas.[3]


Textile manufacturing[edit]

Haresh began his career in textile manufacturing in Indonesia and then India. Haresh was raised in an institution that practiced and taught Vaidika dharma also known as the Vedic way of life. In 1993 Haresh received an MBA from Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning. Haresh worked briefly in Japan and South Korea in textile manufacturing before returning to India to work at his father's garment manufacturing business. Haresh went to Belgium for training in weaving technology and then trained in Italy in textile printing. In 1996 Haresh established a spinning mill becoming a dominant producer of open-end yarn in Asia. Haresh's mill became the first mill in the world to be approved for production in Mudd Jeans, Gap Inc., Abercrombie & Fitch, Diesel (brand).[4]


After working 20 years in textile manufacturing, Haresh decided to focus on a luxury brand more associated with Indian artistry and sustainability. Haresh named his brand Arayani which comes from the Rigveda and translates as queen of the forest.[5] Aranyani was created to make customized, hand-painted limited edition luxury handbags.[6] Haresh also created Aranyani as one of the only luxury goods company in the world to own and operate its own atlier.[7] In 2018 Haresh brought Arayani to New York City by collaborating with Indian designers Romi and Shan Re.[8] Aranyani handbags are retailed at flagship stores in Bengaluru and New York City.[9][10]


  1. "Aranyani is a conglomeration of people, culture and art: Haresh Mirpuri". Everything Experiential. October 16, 2018.
  2. "On ELLE's Radar: Bengaluru Handbag Label, Aranyani". Elle India. Retrieved 2021-07-03.
  3. "Aranyani, Luxurious Handcrafted Indian Handbag For Every Woman". Upscale Living Magazine. 2020-10-05. Retrieved 2021-07-03.
  4. Katz, Charlie (August 12, 2020). "Haresh Mirpuri of Aranyani: How We Plan To Rebuild In The Post COVID Economy". Authority Magazine.
  5. Madan, Shilpi (February 3, 2019). "Bag these beauties". The New Indian Express.
  6. Gulati, Gurbir (March 1, 2018). "Luxury brand Aranyani aims to grow in square feet, create art through product offerings". India Retailing.
  7. Katz, Charlie (August 12, 2020). "We Spoke to Haresh Mirpuri of Aranyani on How to Rebuild in the Post COVID Economy". Bitbean.
  8. Tripathi, Shailaja (February 9, 2018). "Just bag it". The Hindu.
  9. Balram, Smita. "Bengaluru handbag brand looks to Karnataka's Kodagu district for inspiration". The Economic Times.
  10. Karthik, Krishna (February 5, 2018). "When the silk route took centre stage". Bangalore Times.

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