Fine quality traditional kutchi embroidery handmade doll. These dhinglas and dhinglis (dolls) are often made from small pieces of waste fabrics called thigdas. They are usually made by women from traditional Kutchi families living in the interiors of Kutch. These dolls are stuffed with fabrics.
There was a time when playing with handcrafted toys was a joy of a very regular kind. But today, when we look back, we realize how much things have changed. Give them a try and experience a little of your childhood again.
Gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents recommended.
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