An airplane for two made from wood. The propeller spins and the wheels turn. The plane is 6 inches long with a 6.5 inch wingspan.
Based in Mumbai, India, Asha Handicrafts, established in 1975, is a non-profit organization, working to promote Fair Trade and Fair Trade practices. Asha in Sanskrit means "Hope", and Asha has brought hope into what was largely a "hopeless" situation by providing a marketing outlet for the craft of talented artisans. From the beginning, the mission of Asha has been the development of the artisan through various development projects designed to meet the needs and standards of overseas markets. It is a society formed with the objective of preserving the crafts of India while marketing them abroad and providing training in craft development. Today, Asha assists directly, and indirectly, over 103 producer groups and 5,000 artisans in India throughout various cities.