A Traditional Himachali Foot Wear Called Pulla, Pulle, Peru, Pahadi Chappal, Bhaang Ki Chappal and Many More, Which is Loved by Our Prime Minister Sh. Narender Modi and Gifted around 500 Pullas To Priest of Kashi Vishwanath Temple.
These Himachali Pullas are Best Slippers for Temples, As you can Visit to Temple With These Chappals.
This traditional handmade Himachali Footwear is called Pulla depending on which Pahadi region you’re in. Interestingly, the base of the Poodhe are made from the stems of Bhaang (Cannibis) and have been part of Himachali tradition for over a century.
A staple in every Himachali wardrobe, It is a handcrafted, most popularly in upper reaches of Inner and Outer-Seraj.
Pullas are grass shoes which are used as footwear. Grass has been Twisted into a rope and then topped it with a Wool thread upper. This footwear is made out of fibers procured from the bark of a wild bush, Bhaang (Hemp fiber). The upper portion of pullas is made of sheep wool and is decorated with colorful designs using threads while the bottom of footwear is made of Bang fiber. These Shoes are considered lightweight and warm & are preferred for acupressure effects. You can use them as slip ons for the house.
Hand crafted with breathable, natural materials, these all-season Pullas are the perfect footwear for Temples and Kitchens.
Grass has been Twisted into a rope and then topped it with a Wool thread upper.