New Delhi [India], May 14 (ANI/PNN): Breathtaking divine architecture drew public attention along the route of the HSR, giving the divine feeling of entering a temple, and enriched with marvelous carvings and age-old art forms, especially Venkateshwara Swamy’s sacred idol at the showcase. It was obvious upon entering Mugdha that this was not just another textile showroom, but rather a monument to India’s greatest artisans and rich silk tradition.
Mugdha offers an endless assortment of traditional weavings across India, woven by experienced and skilled Indian artisans. The pattu saree collection includes 10 types of gorgeous and opulent silk sarees ranging from Kancheevarams to Benerasi, Ikkats to Gadwals and many more. Mugdha also exhibits stunning ready-to-wear collections ranging from Anarkali, designer dresses to designer lehenga. Their collection of fancy sarees is the icing on the cake, with a varied selection of sarees ranging from Bandhani, Organza and Banaras to designer and fancy sarees.
In addition to the most diverse collections, it is also the history of Mugdha that stands out. The journey began in 2012, when Sashi Vangapalli, the creator of Mugdha, believed she could turn her passion for making traditional and enchanting weaves into a successful business venture. Initially, she gained popularity through social media through which she found prominent profiles and NRI clients from South India, who really admired her designs. Today, Mugdha is home to one of the largest collections of looms in the city!
All in all, it is a massive piece of architecture that stands proudly on the HSR layout covering 12,000 square feet that has so much history and passion for serving people with beautiful silks and looms. This story is provided by PNN. ANI shall in no way be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/PNN)
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