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“Teej“” the festival of vibrance, love and celebration, and so is a Leheriya Saree. During Saavan, Hariyali Teej is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and passion by both married and unmarried women. The beautiful leheriya is symbolic for the showers of monsoon. Leheriya is also associated during this period as a symbol of prosperity and
Saree is nothing less than a 9-yard long wonder that truly defines the culture, strength, identity, and most importantly the essence of the women of our country. Yes, it may be one of the most popular and commonly used attire in today’s ages but it has its origin from ages. Thanks to the development of
Welcome aboard bride-to-be! We’re pretty sure your heart and soul must be fancying about the latest bridal lehenga designs that you can choose for your special day, right? Whether you’re going for a big fat Indian royal wedding or a close affair gathering at a beach, dressing up perfectly is mandatory. Wedding is all about
Originated by the talented artisans of Rajasthan and Gujarat, the Leheriya pattern is one of the most popular artforms that has its root from ancient times. The process of designing Leheriya involves traditional tie and dye technique that creates unique ripple effects on the fabric in various designs and patterns. Leheriyas depict wave-like patterns and