Rachu is worn by Bhutanese women with kira, national dress for women. It is usually worn on the left shoulder. Some rachus represents women’s profession. However, most of the women wear red color rachu with different intricate designs. Rachu are used as a way of showing respect while visiting temples, attaining official meetings, meeting high officials, and celebrating festivals. Rachu also play important role in protecting and promoting Bhutanese culture and tradition.
The Rachu in this collection is about 100 years old and made of rawsilk and it is vegetable dyed.
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