We are a Sole Proprietorship firm functioning in this industry with the aim to cater the diverse needs of customers in best possible manner. We design our offered sarees using finest quality fabrics and latest machinery as per the fashion trends prevailing in the market. We provide offered sarees in plethora of colours, designs, patterns and styles so as to meet with the ever rising demands of customers. Apart from this, with the help of our sound logistic network, we provide our sarees to the valued clients within the estimated time frame and at market leading rates.
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We have developed a highly advanced infrastructure that sprawls over a huge area of land. This infrastructure is further divided into various departments such as designing, procurement, packaging, warehousing, admin, logistics, etc. These departments are equipped with the modern stitching and designing machinery and tools that are required for creating fabulous sarees and wedding lehengas. We are well supported by a team of highly skilled and experienced professionals who hold immense expertise in this domain. Our professionals work hard to fulfil the requirements of our esteemed customers in best possible manner.
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Published in: Lifestyle. Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Ethnic fashion 1. Fashion is a style which we express ourselves, especially in clothing, accessories, footwear, makeup, and so on. It is all about expressing your identity, showing others whom you are, what are your choices and tastes that tells something about you and your personality.
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It is something that shares the unique cultural character or traits of a group in society. Ethnic relates to a group that shares a national, racial, religious, or linguistic heritage. It often features pretty shawls that can be worn as an evening wrap and glorious beadwork designs. And, Indian men usually wear the dhoti or kurta. Indian clothing types: 1. The exact origins of the sari are unclear.
But, they are found mentioned in the Vedas as early as B. Mostly, the saris, long drape fabrics made from silk or cotton, are wrapped around the legs, draped over the shoulder, and then cover around the upper torso. The beautiful and colorful saris are still a regular form of clothing for 21st century Indian women. Dhotis: Dhotis are the traditional clothing of men in India. They are made from a single, non-stitched cloth tied around the waist and legs.
Sometimes called a lungi, the dhoti can be seen in sculptures dating as far back as B. Though it looks similar to a saree, dhoti is shorter than a saree.