A rich variety of footwear was created in India – in many shapes and forms…
Among these, the Punjabi Jutti is one of the styles of footwear most common in North India. Also known as “Mojari” and “Nagra”. Originally made of pure leather and with real gold and silver thread in olden days. From day to day wear, weddings, religious occasions, to parties and festivals, juttis provide an essential ethnic appeal to the person wearing them.
Punjabi Juttis have mainly flat sole and similar design for both men and women… but for men Punjabi Juttis have sharp extended tip i.e. “Nokh” curved upwards also known as “khussa”.
Here we supply you different types of Punjabi Juttis that you would surely love to wear:
Fully embroidered Punjabi jutti both for daily and partywear
Handmade Punjabi Boho-look Khussa
Elegant velvet finishing Punjabi Jutti for newly married brides
Attractive beaded Punjabi Jutti that adds almost everything to Punjabi dressing
How can we forget Punjabi Jutti looklike Rajasthani Mojari that adds grace when worn with jeans
The Shahi Punjabi Khussa for men with “Nokh” on it
In Punjabi they say “Muktsari Kurta Pajama te Pairi Jalsa Payia howe”. Jalsa Jutti is most famously worn with Kurta-Pajama
Pure leather Khussa for Punjabi men
Besides, these Punjabi Juttis have always been a part of the Punjabi culture with many Punjabi folk songs on it.
“Jutti kasuri pairi na poori haye v rabba sanu turna paiya”