"...each and every part of the feminine physique... have consistently been used to support ornaments... the simple appearance without ornament is "not enough"... Hence the stress on adornment of the women, who are but the poetry of nature..."
"Three conventionalised modes of clothing - one, for the divine female representing fertility, abundance and beauty; two, for an ecclesiastical being; and three, for an entertainer....defined his distinction, rank and role in society. Manu prescribes Brahmins' sacred thread to be made from cotton yarn. No two figures in Ajanta murals wear a similar costume. Ajanta damsels knew multifarious styles of putting on a sari. Ordinarily, a sari was tied on pelvis wrapping both legs....It was worn on body's middle part, that is, from breasts to knees....Designer Blouse from Ajanta which can be the Envy of any Modern Woman."
Silver-Mink and Maroon Bomkai Sari from Orissa with Woven Motifs and Rudraksha Border
Pure Cotton Blouse/Underskirt Tailormade to Size
Marigold and Black Salwar Kameez Suit from Kolkata with Kantha-Embroidery by Hand
Pure Cotton Size # M
Bedsheet from Pilkhuwa with Floral Print
Pure Cotton with Pillow Covers 8.1 ft x 7.0 ft
Pink and Yellow Gol Sheesha Lehanga Choli with Embroidered Mirrors
Art Silk with Butterfly Net Designer Manasi Sethi
Sea-Mist and Eclipse-Blue Wedding Long Anarkali Suit with Embroidered Bolero Jacket
Georgette with Art Silk
Phiran from Kashmir with Ari Hand-Embroidered Paisleys on Neck