Kutchi dolls are created with cotton, small cuttings of fabric and an assortment of colourful beads and mirror. Only scissors, needle and thread are used to create these beautiful and intricate dolls. The clothes of the Kutchi dolls model those worn by the villagers.
A simple 6 piece wooden puzzle from the Children of the World Tuzzles range. The puzzle depicts an Indian girl, wearing a traditional Sari, with a bindi on her forehead and holding her hands together in a prayer position.
A sherwani is a long garment which resembles an Achkan and it is very popular among men in South-Asia. It is famous as a wedding outfit. A sherwani signifies the rich traditional fashion style of India as it is a traditional outfit of Indian men. It signifies elegance and style.
Brightly coloured fabric elephants, hung from colourful beaded strings as a hanging mobile. Each elephant has a small bell at the bottle that ‘jangles’ in the breeze.