Unleashing The Royalty In Ethnic Wear

India is said to be a melting pot of diverse cultural traditions. Our traditional clothing originated from ancient cultures. People were believed to wear clothing made out of locally produced cotton throughout the fifth millennium B.C. Uncovered through old cave monuments, we now know how Indian clothes originated from sculptures, paintings, and other human artistic creations.

Lehengas became a popular fashion choice during the 10th century. Initially, cotton material was used to make lehengas, but following the advent of the Mughals in India, it underwent considerable artistry, including royal fabrics and costly needlework.

Saree is one of the world's oldest types of clothing and its roots could be traced down the Indus Valley culture. Women's clothing known as "Jatakas" and "Sattika" in Sanskrit literature and Buddhist literature, respectively, can be compared to the contemporary saree. Sarees were manually block-printed using vegetable dyes at the start of the Portuguese and British eras. Multiple prints on sarees were first introduced as a result of European motifs.

Salwar kameez has a significant Persian influence and is thought to have originated during the Mughal Empire. Anarkali suits are one of the most well-liked salwar kameez designs. Various shapes and prints, as well as needlework, give the garment a variety of styles.

It's time to release the monarchy of Indian Couture's ethnic suits for women to have these magnificent qualities on all of its premium selection of dresses, taking into account the long, rich history of traditional clothing in India and its eternal beauty.




Bright shades of orange and pink combine beautifully in our Nafisa set from the Nazm collection. The mirrorwork embroidery on the kurta is complemented by hand stitching. It has a front opening, translucent sleeves, and embroidery patches on the sleeves. The sharara pants' flexible design, brilliant orange hues, and hand-embroidered accents on the hemline balance the kurta's heavy craftsmanship.


Exceptionally fashionable lehenga set from our Zikr collection with an elegant off-shoulder top adorned with yellow-colored antique embroidery. This amazing item of perfection is a perfect fusion of modern ethnic clothing for ceremonial occasions embellished with vintage gold and copper foil work. The matching blouse is made of silk and decorated with zari, sequins, beads, and thread designs. The lehenga is renowned for its intricate handwork.


The Reet Sharara Set is what elegance is now known as. This garment is a one-of-a-kind beauty because it is intricately embroidered with flower designs all over the kurta. You'll be prepared for any cozy family gatherings if you pair it with the ideal earrings and bracelets. This ancient attire is beautiful and distinctive everywhere you look in its motifs and patterns, textures, and architecture.


This vibrant red lehenga, which aims to beautify the modern woman, combines new ideas with vintage charm. With this captivating beauty, decorated with silver applique work and tassels, you can spread the magic of the color red. This gorgeous lehenga, which is covered in crystal embroidery, will shine like a star on starry nights.

With our collection, we intentionally set out to reinvent the classic aesthetic in a sophisticated, contemporary way. To provide fusion with the genius of blending a melange of elements, strong colors, playful designs, and decorations in bright bold hues are expertly combined.