15 grams (approximately). Your rakhi order comes with a pair of cute complementary roli-chawal glass bottles irrespective of how many Rakhis you have in a single order. If you need more than one Roli-chawal bottle with your rakhis, you can request them at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Colourful threadwork & dokra beads / wire bracelet rakhi by Miharu handcrafted for the very special khatta meetha bond between brother and sister. Dokra or Dhokra is an ancient craft practiced by nomadic tribes who have since settles into parts of eastern India. The Dhokra system is one of the oldest form of metal casting and is technically known as 'cire perdue' or lost wax process. These products being made of brass are 100% ecologically friendly handicraft products and inconsistencies are an integral part of it.
By Purchasing Rakhi from iTokri you have proudly associated yourself with our artisan support initiative which brings happiness to more than 10000 families across India. Thanks so much!
It tends to turn dark as time passes (one year or two), though that only adds to their beauty. In case you wish to maintain the original colour, you can rub it with lime or brasso. Otherwise they can simply be cleaned with a dry cloth avoiding contact with water.
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Miharu is a social enterprise which works with Dhokra artisans of West Bengal. Founded by fashion designer Parul Bajoria, it makes contemporary products based on traditional craft techniques. Miharu is based in Durgapur, Paschim Bardhaman district, West Bengal. It works with artisans and craft-based organizations in Bardhaman and Bankura districts. The ancient craft of Dhokra, also known as the lost wax technique, is found in small scattered pockets. Miharu works directly with craftspersons practising the craft. The Miharu design studio designs contemporary jewellery and functional lifestyle products, which are then produced by artisans using their traditional methods. Final finishing is done at the Miharu studio. Additionally, the organization has trained women artisans who do thread work for jewellery and accessories, adding decoration and colour to the brass products. Miharu’s marketing through its own online store as also other e-commerce platforms have ensured that it is able to provide sustained year-round work to its artisan partners.