The ethnic footwear from India that is handcrafted is popularly known as MOJARI.
” Apart from the apparels, the wardrobe demands for a good collection of footwear too. From sandals to jootis, India represents several types of ethnic footwear. Mojari is not an invention of today s time. From the ancient time, kings and queens have been wearing Mojaris.
Punjab, Jodhpur and Jaipur artists are skilled in making mojaris. They are generally made from leather tanned with vegetable. Some mojaris are simple, while in some, the leathery look is enhanced by the embellishment done with silver and golden threads, cowry shells, brass nails, ceramic beads, mirrors and bells.
Fashion trend is ever changing. Girls are looking for something that is evergreen and complements all types of attires. Rustic yet stylish, these colourful mojaris go very well with any outfit. Be it a saree, jeans, lehenga or salwar suit, mojari portrays the imperial and royal personality of the woman wearing it.
Available in all sizes, vivid colours and designs, these hand-stitched mojaris render a perfect fit, if they are more worn. Mojari can be called a perfect wardrobe collection for all those who are very much style conscious.