Other handmade items at iTokri
iTokri handicraft store is an actual #madeinIndia store consisting of a large variety of aesthetic and quality art and crafts. Not only this, all the products are handmade and handcrafted; thus, their durability is also very high. You do not have to worry about the quality of the products, as we assure you that the colour, fabric and quality will not be hampered in any manner. Further, the small artisans make these products with their inherent skills; thus, the produced products are unique and filled with talent and hard work. So, to have the best shopping experience, you must shop at iTokri. The collection of handmade products at iTokri are handmade necklaces, golden grass necklace, silver necklaces, wooden necklaces, beadwork necklace, pencil pouches etc. Therefore, the most beautiful and handpicked items are made available at the online store of iTokri. From phulkari to pashmina, we have it all.
Why choose iTokri?
Our products are already explained above, but the other most attractive part of shopping with us is our customer care services. The services offered to the customers include fast delivery of products within a matter of seven days from the date of placing of the order, free shipping over all the products ranging above 500, easy return, replacement, and cancellation policy without any hassle or any problem. Also, we have included the option of an e-gift card so that you can gift them to your loved ones, and they can also shop worry-free at our store.
So, think iTokri, think handmade!
Q1. Why is dhokra art famous?
Dhokra art is famous because of the metal that is used to make the products. The metal casting that is used in Dhokra art is used in India for over 4,000 years.
Q2. Why are these tribal dhokra necklaces so famous?
The dhokra art necklaces are famous because of their texture and the designs they are made up of. The thread work and beadwork is stunning.
Q3. What is the history of traditional dhokra crafts?
The earliest trace of the art can be found in the dancing girl of Mohenjodaro.