Sunday, March 26, 2023

Whether you’re looking for wholesome gifts for your loved ones or wondering how to give your wardrobe and home or kitchen a complete revamp, iTokri has got the perfect solution for you!! From balmy summer functions to everyday comfortable office wear, we know a brand that’s got just the right outfit for every occasion. The possibilities of colours and patterns that one can experiment within their outfits are endless. Donning bright and exotic prints in easy-breezy clothes is what we all dream of in glorious summers and iTokri has it all covered for you! 

Ranging from block printed fabrics from Kutch & Rajasthan and Chanderi silks from Madhya Pradesh to Andhra’s ikat handloom fabrics. Luchnow’s famous chikankari work to Handcrafted Bamboo & Sabai Grass Kitchen and Home Utility Products by Kadam Haat. We bring a piece of artisanal heritage into your everyday and special occasions.  

In Rajasthan’s ever-evolving cultural landscape, one craft form has been constant, going back to around the 12th century is the technique of block printing. Intricately carved blocks are dipped in dyes and stamped onto cotton fabric to make our Bagru Ajrakh Dabu Hand Block Printed Soft Cotton Dupatta, famous for their exceptional quality of being eco-friendly.  
Price – INR 990 

Another product from this range is our Sanganeri Hand Block Print Pure Cotton Fabric that suits every occasion. Sanganeri is a hand-block printing technique originating from Sanganer, a village in the southern part of Jaipur, Rajasthan and bleed free VAT dyes are used. 

Price – INR 290/meter 

One of our most popular collection is the “3pc Chikankari Hand Embroidered Cotton Long Kurti With Inner & Palazzo.” Generally involving white cotton threads on muslin, this fabric is perfect for hot summers! 

Price – INR 2290 

For those who wish to embrace lightweight fabric, the Chanderi silk 3pc Handloom Chanderi Silk Zari Buti Suit Material Set by Rauph Khan are the best picks this summer. Our chanderi weaving is practiced in the historic town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh. The butis or motifs on chanderi blend are primarily hand woven on handloom, with the use of needles and separate needles are used to create different motifs.