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Chikankari Rakhi by Lavangg

Everything You Need To Know About Chikankari Hand Embroidered Rakhi 

Chikankari is a traditional technique of embroidery in the Indian subcontinent where the thread is used for fine work on cloth and other materials. The technique is said to have its roots in the ancient Saka civilisation, which flourished in ancient India. The technique is known worldwide and a trendy craft in many different cultures. The technique is used for both decorative and practical purposes. 


Chikankari embroidery is a cloth-making technique that employs fine thread, which may be hand-woven, to create a fabric which is very intricate and sculptural. The technique, which is often associated with traditional dress, is a major concern in the communities where chikankari is made. Apart from traditional apparel, this art form is also used to make chikankari rakhi. If you are planning to buy chikankari rakhi online, you have come to the right place.

Buy Chikankari Rakhi By Lavangg Online From iTokri

A social enterprise called Lavangg was started in 2015 with just three employees and modest beginnings. In keeping with the goal, Lavangg is a company dedicated solely to spreading Awadhi needlework. We are experts in Arri, Mukesh, Chikankari, and Zardozi. Lavangg seeks to assist artisans by providing them with stable employment and other facilities. 


By buying Rakhi by Lavangg you not only support local artisans but also ensure to get the ideal hand-embroidered rakhi for your brother this rakhi season. For the extremely special khatta meetha bond between brother and sister, colourful poly silk fabric rakhi with hand embroidery in the chikankari technique is made. This Poly silk thread work rakhi nicely symbolises the love and affection between a brother and sister at a time when holidays like Raksha Bandhan, which are often private family celebrations, are just around the corner. 

Send Amazing Rakhi Gifts To Your Brother And Sister

Sisters celebrate by attaching a holy thread called a rakhi to their brother's hand. In return, they get a special gift or gift basket from their brothers as a sign of their love and blessing. Amazing Raksha Bandhan gift suggestions may now be found online at iTokri. But the quest for the ideal rakhi gift idea never ends. The abundance of Rakhi gift alternatives on the internet, although undoubtedly fantastic, might be perplexing for brothers.

It is no secret that finding unique gifts for your sister's rakhi requires extensive web searching, but with iTokri, all of your problems are solved. You can pick from a list of Raksha Bandhan gift suggestions that we have provided. Our selection of Rakhi gift baskets for sisters will undoubtedly make your sister smile broadly. Check out our curated selection of the best Raksha Bandhan presents.

Why Buy From iTokri?

Traditional Indian rakhis may be found at iTokri, an Indian handicraft shop, in various hues and designs, so there is something for everyone. The rakhis are crafted from high-quality cloth, making them comfortable to wear. Additionally, superior rakhis are easy to clean and give you comfort all the time. If you plan to buy rakhis online, then iTokri is the perfect place. Additionally, you can purchase one-of-a-kind collections of different varieties of rakhis, such as Handmade  Paper Quilling Rakhi,  Leather Puppetry Rakhi,  and  Rakhi by Neeli Titlee.

FAQs

  • Are these rakhis handmade?

  • Yes, these rakhis are completely handmade with love and blessings from our local artisans. Handmade products are always special because they probie you with the freedom of creating unique designs. 

  • Is chikankari rakhi stuff soft for a kid's wrist?

  • iTokri’s special chikankari rakhi is made with fabric that provides extreme comfort and feels soft when it comes in contact with a kid's wrist. If the material is too itchy or irritating the kid might not just wear it and the purpose of tying rakhi would vanish therefore, we have made this chikankari rakhi stuff soft for a kid's wrist. 



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