Deepak Srinath at the Phantom Hands Workshop, Image : Martien Mulder
For her podcast series, ‘Tell me how you did it', journalist Namrata Zakaria has candid conversations with the founders of some of India’s most innovative homegrown brands about their respective journeys. In this episode, Namrata speaks with Phantom Hands’ founder, Deepak Srinath, about how he chanced upon making furniture and how Phantom Hands is ‘one of Indian designs’ best-kept secrets today.
The podcast is available on Mint, HT Smartcast, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts, among other places.
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