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"Pia Ka Ghar made my bridal shopping experience such a positive experience during a very rough time. With one trip to a NYC trunk show, I met such a loving and caring individual who was at my every Beck and call for anything and everything. Neel and Pia aunty, made sure that every piece of clothing I purchased for my wedding was exactly what I wanted and how I wanted it. Made sure every item was perfect. Neel always went the extra mile to make sure I was always happy with everything. Late night / early morning video conferences with sabya sachi couture and constant emails back and forth. I knew that I was always in good hands with pia ka ghar and did not have to worry. Every single.one of my purchases including my wedding ceremony outfit, my reception outfit and my dowry was done based on pictures. Initially Pia ka ghar started off as a vendor I purchased my designer couture from. As time progressed, they became close friends. I am grateful for the experience that they have provided to me and would highly recommend a shopping experience with them."
This dupatta is handmade by village women in India, who do running stitch work on the tussar silk fabric, using motifs that they see in their daily lives. Birds and flowers are very commonly used motifs in kantha products for that reason.
Black tulle saree with benarasi border and palu. This saree comes with a fully embroidered blouse piece on dupion fabric. This saree can be ordered on request.
Blue handwoven authentic patola saree. Comes with a matching blouse piece.
"Patola is a double ikat woven sari, usually made from silk, made in Patan, Gujarat, India. The word patola is the plural form; the singular is patolu. They are very expensive, once worn only by those belonging to royal and aristocratic families."