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Kolhapuri chappal: Popular summer wear

Kolhapuri chappals are famous handicraft footwear of subcontinent. They are made from processed leather in Pakistan and are best for daily wear and tear of summer season. These Pakistani chappals are a popular wear among Pakistani ladies and are available in different sizes, patterns and colours.Regular kolhpuri chappals are best summer wear for Pakistani ladies. Pakistani Kolhapuri chappals, are adorned with gold cord, zari strips, pom poms or gota and can also be worn on special occasions such as weddings, Eids and parties.These Pakistani chappals are made from processed leather. Hides of buffalo, goat and cow are processed and grazed. The grazing of leather makes the leather hard enough for casual use and the basic design of Pakistani chappal is...

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Kapashi kolhapuri chappal by Vhaan

Hello fashion lovers,You guys are bit aware of Kolhapuri chappals. Kolhapuri chappals are Indian hand-crafted leather slippers that are locally tanned using vegetable dyes. These are commonly referred to a style of open-toed, T-shape chappals which originated from Kolhapur, a southern district in the state of Maharashtra.One of the well-known handcrafted product - "Kapashi Kolhapuri chappal". Neatly hand made Kolhapuri chappals enhanced with a leather belt and thread embellishments for a classy look. We add the natural element to the product which makes it truly one of a kind.   These handcrafted Kapshi kolhapuri chappals are made by most experienced and skillful craftsman in the industry who has at least 40 years experience of making the craft. One special thing...

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Long before ‘Make in India’ became a catch phrase for a modern, entrepreneurial India, the busy town of Kolhapur was the hub of many forms of indigenous commerce and enterprise. Famous as much for its fiery cuisine as for its superbly crafted jewellery, it also lent its name to the well-known Kolhapuri chappal, which became both a style statement and a comfortable accessory. Now, in the dusty bylanes of Kolhapur, makers of the footwear are bracing themselves for the industry’s decline – if not demise. The problems have been building up over the years, but the final nail in the coffin, as it were, is the scarcity of the basic raw material-leather. The state government’s enthusiasm in enforcing its law against...

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