Kutch Painted Traditional Terracotta Clay Craft Rakhi Festive Hamper
- The Rakhis come with a special message, for you to convey your loving wishes to your brother.
- Celebrate the bond of love with Kutch Painted Pottery Terracotta Craft Rakhis.
- Rakhi symbolizes the spirit of Menhood, friendship and the heart achingly beautiful relationship between a Brother and sister.
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Designer rakhi - a touch of modernity into the traditional and sacred thread of rakhi. The rakhi thread is introduced for the celebration of the festival of rakhi which is also known as ‘Raksha Bandhan'. It is the sacred thread that every sister ties on the wrist of their brother, while praying to god for their well-being.
But now with many changes have occurred in their availability in the markets and people are showing more preferences for the latest variety. So keeping in tune with the latest trend, we have come up with an excellent variety of online designer rakhi that is perfect for making your brother feel special. Rakhi is the festival of expressing feelings of love.
Kutch Painted Pottery: This age-old craft dates back to the Indus Valley Civilization, with only a handful of families practicing today as most others have moved to other day jobs. The entire process has been the same that was practiced ages ago - and all the materials used are completely organic and locally found!
They collect mud from a nearby lake and make their own clay. The clay is given shape using hands or a potter’s wheel and left to dry. The dried ware is then decorated with clay-based colors (from locally found stones/clay which is ground into a fine powder and made into a paste) using locally made bamboo brushes and tools. Once dried, the ware is fired.
By buying these Rakhis, you can support local artisans and help keep the ancient Indian handicraft alive. This Rakhi is traditionally designed and handcrafted.
The hamper includes 1 kutch painted pottery rakhi packed in a jute pouch, 2 pcs mini chocolates, 1 unbaked clay deep with Kapoor-ghee batti, roli+chawal teeka, and 1 handpainted "Happy Rakhi" card that goes with your personalized message!
- Material : Terracotta Pottery, Handpainted with Natural Organic Colors, by potters from pottery cluster of Kutch.
- Dimensions : 1.25 inch Diameter Rakhi.
- Weight of Rakhis : Rakhi 18 gm.
Note: Use your creativity to convert the rakhi into an accessory or fridge magnet post the festival, so you can keep and cherish the beautifully handcrafted piece for years to come! Do reach out to us in case you'd need any help with the same! Shipped within 3-5 days of order placement.