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    Tribal Dokra Craft Brass & Threadwork Rakhi

    SKU: NHD/485/2

    Handmade tribal dokra craft reusable rakhi by Miharu. This rakhi can later become a dainty choker. Alternately using bracelet this rakhi also allows you to wear them later on as an accessory. To help reduce waste, recycle and reuse rakhi, the new designs created by our tribal women can be converted into Jewelry. 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. 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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    Rakhi should be tied only on the right wrist. It is believed that the right side of the body shows us the right path. He has a greater ability to control the mind and body. Using the left hand is considered ominous in all rituals.

    Rakhi can be made from materials such as silk thread, wool, satin ribbon, etc.

    Mauli is an Indian religious thread used in many worship services across the country. This is the most traditional rakhi thread.

    Our rakhi is naturally dyed by artisans and turned into handmade ribbons. It is also wrapped in environmentally friendly paper.

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