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1, the leading portal for curated handicrafts and handloom products, has introduced a new collection of gift sets for the upcoming Indian festival Karwa Chauth.

The hand-picked gift sets include hand-painted Thali, Channi, Sindur Box, Kalash, Deepak, Camphor Bowl, Jewelry, Handloom dupatta and sarees. One can even buy a basic set without jewelry and clothes. All items are hand-painted and decorated.

The curated sets include handloom Chanderi Silk Sarees, Chanderi Silk Dupattas, Phulkari Dupattas in festive and vibrant colours of red and green, the company said.

A customer can even customise the gift box with their choice of saree/dupatta from the website. Oxidized jewellery including earrings, bangles, and toe rings, are also a part of the combo collection.

The price for the gift collections starts at Rs. 1250/- and goes up to Rs. 6500/- depending on the type of saree/dupatta selected.

iTokri, known for its eco-friendly packaging and hand-written letter on handmade paper, is also personalizing packaging and gifting options on request.

 iTokri Co-founder Nitin Pamnani said, “It is an age-old ritual to buy/gift pooja essentials along with new clothes and jewelry during Karwa Chauth.”

“At iTokri, we have more than 100,000 listed items from the handicrafts and handloom segments and have made these specially curated gift sets for our customers from across the globe, helping them unite in the joy of festivities even if it is virtually,” Pamnani said.

iTokri sources products, including jewellery, dress materials, and household items from nearly 10,000 artisans across India, making it the largest curated portal for art and handicraft products with over 100,000 listings. The portal adds 500 plus new products on a daily basis too.

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