Kutch Ji Chhap is an in-house curated brand by itokri that presents both textile and non-textile products to your service. Here, we celebrate the crafts, heritage, and cultural ecology of the Kachchh region of Gujarat. We curate the best products of master craftsmanship from artisans working with various craft processes of the region including woven & printed textiles, leather crafts, lacquered wooden crafts, metal crafts, embroideries, and more.
Gujarat, popularly ...
Gujarat, popularly referred to as the “Manchester of the East,” is famous for its diverse and unique textiles and crafts. In terms of culture and heritage, the arid region of Kachchh is by far the richest in all of Gujarat. However, many forms of textile rafts can be found all over the state in one form or another. To name a few textile crafts of the culturally rich state of Gujarat, you would discover Bandhani, or the craft of tie and dye, a couple of the most famous Gujarati sarees, that is, Gharchola, Patola, and Tanchoi, and the art of crocheting. Suppose you haven't already started thinking about visiting the vibrant state of Gujarat. In that case, iTokri brings to you some of the most exclusive textile crafts from Gujarat that make you want to visit Gujarat, even if you have already done so! Get the most exclusive crafts from Kachchh Ji Chaap only at itokri.
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The above listing was meant to show the beautiful cultural heritage still vibrantly present in the state of Gujarat and to bring to your notice the work of skilled artisans of that state. iTokri is the only online store that carries exclusive and authentic items handcrafted by craftsmen from across India, including clothing and home decor, and daily essentials.
Ans. Some of the most popular textiles of Gujarat are the Patola saree, the art of Bandhej or ‘Bandhani,’ Lehriya, Dhamadka, AJrakh, and Mushroom.
Ans. Mushroo is the most famous textile of Gujarat. It is a mixed fabric woven from a combination of silk and cotton.