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Indian Apparels

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Indian Apparels

Buyers Guide for Apparels Saree Sarees are woven with one plain end (the end that is concealed inside the wrap), two long decorative borders running the length of the sari, and a one to three foot section at the other end which continues and elaborates the length-wise decoration. This end is called the pallu; it is the part thrown over the shoulder in the nivi style of draping. Saree is a strip of unstitched cloth, worn by females, ranging from four to six metres in length that is draped over the body in various styles. The most common style is for...

More about Lehengas Gowns and Sarees

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More about Lehengas Gowns and Sarees

Lehenga India is the land of beautiful ethnic attire, colours and special occasions. This land is fa-mously known as Ghagra, Lacha and Chaniya. It is a three-piece Indian attire that comes with a long skirt, blouse or choli and a dupatta or stole. These are perfect for all occa-sions like weddings, parties and festivals, and help the women to look graceful in the most elegant way. These are found in many different fabrics, work and designs. Sarees and Lehengas are the two conventional attires for every women. Ghagra Choli/ or Chania choli is also an oldish name for a whole...

Important Types of Indian Jewellery

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Important Types of Indian Jewellery

Ethnic jewellery sets When it comes to style and elegance, there is literally nothing that can match up to the ethnic jewellery pieces. Jewellery has always been a very important part of a woman's attire. Ethnic jewellery, for example, has been a part of the Indian culture for more than 5000 years. From amazing Boho jewellery to the Assamese jewelry that are offered, there are so many different designs to choose from. Now is the time to choose from the best of the designs and we are pretty sure that you are going to like what we have for you...

Jewellery Care

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Jewellery Care

Jewellery careYour jewellery should be stored in a dry place away from humidity, moisture and extreme temperatures. Rings and bracelets should be worn sparingly to avoid damage through impact.Don´t forget to remove your rings when washing up or showering, as soap particles may become lodged in stone settings and crevices. Soaps can also leave a film over metal and stones, creating a dull appearance. Store your jewellery in its own box or pouch to prevent scratching, chipping andentanglement. All silver is hand polished before sale. Exposed to the atmosphere, all silver is prone to oxidation and consequent tarnishing. Gentle rubbing...

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