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Everything about my experience with Pia Ka Ghar was amazing. I found the number of Pia's boutique from the Sabyaschi's website. So, this was a huge relief because I knew this place would sell authentic pieces and not knockoffs. I got in contacted with Neel. Neel was so incredibly helpful. I told him what type of lehenga I wanted and what my budget was. I really appreciated that Neel catered to my needs and didn't try to sell something that I didn't want. Then I Skyped with Simira in Calcutta for my measurments. I was nervous about taking measurments over Skype, but Simira mirrored how to take each measurement on a model, which was very helpful. My lehenga came a month before my wedding, and it fit perfectly. I was amazed at how I was able to get an authentic Sabyaschi lehenga, sitting right at home. I can't speak highly enough about this place. To anyone who is thinking about getting their dress here I say yes!!
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."