Vishnu Kumar Patwa is a Patwa craftsman from Kaladera, Rajasthan. He inherited this craft from his father, Antiram the Patwas. Patwa is a thread craft born in Rajasthan and is now practiced in parts of Rajasthan, Maharashtra, and UP. The word Patwa comes from the Hindi word "pat", which means silk, and people involved in the silk and cotton thread business are called Patwas. He has been practicing this craft for 15 years. He has been awarded the Shilpi Saman Awards from an NGO (Rural-Urban Development Foundation). He attended trade fairs across India like in Delhi, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Goa, Bangalore, Chennai, and Chandigarh. He changed the way of design from traditional to modern design by adding metal elements.
The Rajasthani thread craft is known as Patwa is presently practised in some areas of Rajasthan, Maharashtra, and UP. The word "Patwa" is derived from the Hindi word "pat," which means silk, and refers to those who work in the silk and cotton thread industries. The Patwa are mostly a Hindu group of people. They were traditionally weavers who also worked with silver and gold threads to make jewellery. The craft includes nadas, parandis, tassels, pironas on necklaces, payals, and patwa rakhis.
Patwa fancy rakhi from iTokri is the best buy this rakhi season. Our local artists make the Patwa rakhi by hand utilising the traditional Patwa thread work rakhi technique. We also have beautiful Patwa poetry beads rakhi that is specially handcrafted for the beautiful bond between brother and sister. Rakhis are a symbol of strength and affection in the unique bond of brother and sister. You may fight a lot with your brother, but at the end of the day, you know you love each other a lot. This rakhi season, you shall not leave any chance to express your love with our gorgeous Blue Pottery Patwa Rakhi.
Once you try Patwa Rakhi, we assure you that you will be amazed by the unique method of knotting and wrapping the thread, carried out with deft hands. Then, have a look at the magnificent blue entrancing Patwa Blue Pottery Beads Rakhi. It is the perfect rakhi to commemorate a unique Raksha Bandhan!
The unique Patwa rakhi is made with several silk strands in various colours that are interwoven and then further bound with beads. With their brilliant hues and eye-catching mirror designs, the Mirror Patwa and Beadwork Rakhi seem even more endearing. Raksha Bandhan's delight is beautifully captured in this handcrafted Patwa rakhi purchased online from regional artists, bringing you even closer to the core of Indian tradition.
Earlier sisters used to tie a simple thread as rakhi to their brothers but with time there have been new creations of unique rakhi designs with different artworks. iTokri provides you with an online platform that solves all your Raksha Bandhan requirements in one place. We serve you with various types of rakhi collections. Apart from Patwa rakhis, we have many other exclusive collections that you can choose from to buy a special rakhi for your special brother. Explore Rakhi by Neeli Titlee, Leather Puppetry Rakhi, Handmade Paper Quilling Rakhi, stone work rakhi, etc.
At iTokri, you may find products of every kind. This handloom store is dedicated to giving you the most incredible shopping experience possible through its user-friendly website, quick shipping, and premium goods at competitive rates. Now that our store is online, you may purchase a variety of rakhis as well as other items, including cotton dress material, mothers' day presents, kaftans, and online Kurtis. You can even send rakhi to your distant sibling online!
Yes, iTokri ships internationally. So in case you and your brother are living apart, you can send rakhi to your brother and never miss a chance to enjoy this auspicious occasion.
Definitely. iTokri also has a great collection of gifts you can send to your brother or sister. We also allow you to buy a combo of rakhi and rakhi gifts online at our website.