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Wedding Saree

A Wedding sari is the traditional wedding dress of Indian women. The sari is traditionally red, with golden embroidery.Red saris are the traditional garment choice for brides in Indian culture. Sari fabric is also traditionally silk.

Designer Sarees

Designer designer party wear Saree has been crafted with lovely design all over Saree. This simple designer Saree is simple but its color combination makes this attire glowy. This designer Saree with blouse being some nice matching. This Saree is beautifully decorated with resham, sequins, zari, beads and patch work. We make outfits in all sizes, so don't be shy even about unusual requests.

Chaniya Choli

The most famous traditional dress of India is lehenga choli or ghagra choli. The Indian lehenga cholis with their glittering mirror work very attractive. The lehenga choli or ghagra choli is extremely colourful and attractive. The Indian lehenga choli/ghagra choli is usually worn with the 'dupatta' to cover the head and the chest. In India, lehenga choli is also known as lehenga or ghagra chunni or chunri, ghagra chunari, ghagra chunaris and sometimes Lachcha choli.

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Chaniya Choli

The most famous traditional dress of India is lehenga choli or ghagra choli. The Indian lehenga cholis with their glittering mirror work very attractive. The lehenga choli or ghagra choli is extremely colourful and attractive. The Indian lehenga choli/ghagra choli is usually worn with the 'dupatta' to cover the head and the chest. In India, lehenga choli is also known as lehenga or ghagra chunni or chunri, ghagra chunari, ghagra chunaris and sometimes Lachcha choli.

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Panetar

The panetar is a Gujarati bridal sari usually consisting of red and white colors, and sometimes red, white, and green colors. The pallu is placed over the front of the bride, instead of the back as in most normal wear. I really love the front-style pallu, as it has a delicate, feminine look.

Ghar Chola's

Gharchola saris are the most symbolic element of a Hindu or Jain wedding in Gujarat. The weaving technique of the Gharchola silk saris first came from the region around Cambay. These saris are first woven by using silk and zari thread and are later embellished by tie and dye or bandhani work. The golden grid pattern of a gharchola sari, dyed in rich red and pecked white dots illustrating varied themes, make the ceremony of wedding or any other ritual a picturesque and glorified occasion.

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