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CHIKAN KURTIS

CHIKAN SAREES

CHIKAN KURTA FOR MEN

CHIKAN SUITS

If you are looking for embellished Chikan Kurtis, Chikan Kurtas and any other gorgeous Chikan costume, just let us know of such of your need. We will ship you the genuine Chikan apparels at your doorstep. Pioneering in costume business, we provide wide range of handmade original costumes/apparels and Chikan costumes like Chikan Kurtis for girls/women and Chikan Kurtas for boys/men at unbelievable lowest price.

The glamorous Chikan Kurtis/Kurtas which we deal with are manufactured dexterously by efficient descendants of Mughal Chikankars in Lucknow. Unlike fake suppliers we sell only the original handmade Chikan Kurtis and Lahengas to be used on wedding, marriage ceremony or any other important occasion. With hard work and dedication the Lucknow Chikankars (embroiders) create unique splendid embroidery on silk Lahengas, Kurtas, Kurtis, Net fabric and expensive jackets (Sadri), providing the customers great experience of wearing original embroidered costume.

Dwelling on increasing demand for the dazzling Chikan Kurtis/Lahengas and Kurtas, many of the rapacious websites also have cropped up on internet. Befooling the innocent customers they claim to sell gorgeous Lucknow Chikan Kurtis/Kurtas at low price but they ship inferior dresses, manufactured actually in factory. There is a big difference between handmade original Chikan Kurtis and factory-made Chikan costumes which can be scanned easily with the thickness and intricate designs of both. The handmade genuine Chikan Kurtis, Lahengas and Kurtas bear thickness of intricate designs and roughness that makes the costume last long while factory’s readymade Chikan Kurtis, Kurtas and Lahengas do not last any longer and loss their significance.

Our efficient Chikankars (embroider) create unique Chikan embroidery with silk thread to create hypnotizing designs on different fabrics like cotton, chiffon, silk and net. The readymade Chikan Kurtis and Kurtas are manufactured by the inheritors of Mughal period Chikankars (embroiders) who execute unique Chikankari with fingers and needle.