Colourful gamcha fabric rakhi by Rangila Dhaga handcrafted for the very special khatta meetha bond between brother and sister. This rakhi is made from handloom pure cotton gamcha fabric. Shop at iTokri.com India's most trusted and reviewed online store for authentic handmade products handpicked from all across India. Shipped Worldwide. Free Shipping. COD is available.
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Colourful gamcha fabric rakhi by Rangila Dhaga handcrafted for the very special khatta meetha bond between brother and sister. This rakhi is made from handloom pure cotton gamcha fabric.
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Essence of RANGILA DHAGA is inspired by the sheer magnitude of Nature’s beauty and the versatility of Indian Art and Culture. Women from various part of rural India join us. They team up, learn & create. They don’t use any machine, Their hands are their tool, And knotting & stitching are their skills. They work with Embroidery, Handloom Weaving, Painting, Block Printing, Knotting and Stitching Skills. To create a unique one, Rangila Dhaga has chosen Gamcha as their core idea to play within multiple approaches. Gamcha is a symbol of the working class people through the ages in many parts of South Asia. However, The state of Bengal has the oldest & largest weaving industry. On a visit to those villages, Kalpana realised the importance of revival of the handloom Gamcha, A heritage of Bengal’s weaving industry. To celebrate the art of weavers, Rangila Dhaga initiated to introduce Gamcha, The essential of rural class to the urban fashion house. The idea clicked so well and the journey is still going on. In fact, Rangila Dhaga is now researching & experimenting on fusion fashion, To incorporate diverse traditional fabric of different parts of the country with gamcha fabric. Such as; Kalamkari, Dabu, Ikkat, Indigo. The aim of Rangila Dhaga is to create a sustainable future for a section of Indian craftsmen.
Rangila Dhaga is home to handicrafts offering both retail and wholesale products. RangilaDhaga has pioneered a unique niche in the country's cultural landscape. Based in Delhi, but maintains the Bengali countryside tradition in a unique way. Rangila Dhaga is M.A. Taught by Kalpana Das. Active in the field of political science, he brings traditionalism to the present day by exhibiting traditional Bengal gamcha, handmade jewelry bags, women's clothing, and upholstery. While empowering local artisans, it supports Bengal's cultural heritage. Rangila Dhaga has crossed the new threshold to introduce gamcha in its own way. Hand-woven bags, table linen, and women's clothing incorporate Rangila Dhaba's signature style.
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