Shankha Hardcover Journal


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Original Art: Handwoven textile from the Kasim Silk Emporium
Era: Modern piece, ancient tradition
Region: Varanasi, India

Artistic, religious and cultural traditions unite in our Shankha design. The handwoven fabric reproduced here is an expression of the weaver’s cultural heritage. The name “shankha” refers to the conch shell, one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism. The shell represents “fearlessly proclaiming the truth of dharma.”


  • Paperblanks: Sacred Tibetan Textiles 
  • 100% recycled binder boards
  • Decorative printed cover paper
  • FSC-certified text paper
  • Acid-free sustainable forest paper
  • Smyth Sewn 
  • Memento Pouch
  • Elastic Band Closure
  • Custom-Designed Laid Paper

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Grande, Grande Sketchbook, Midi