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Posted On 19 September 2009 at 15:11 Report Abuse


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Posted On 19 September 2009 at 15:14

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Posted On 19 September 2009 at 18:39

 

  Red georgette ready-to-wear Indian sari for children. The readymade saree set consists of a blouse, petticoat and sari. The sari is attached to the petticoat. The pleats are pre-made and are in blue. The "pallu" is red and blue. All you need to do to wear this sari is to slip it on like a skirt, and then arrange the "pallu" the way you want to; a sari in minutes!! The blouse is short, and leaves the midriff exposed; it has work on it using lace, silver sequins, silver zari and clear beads. It has an inner lining and elastic in the back makes it adjustable. The sari has work on it using lace, silver sequins, silver zari and clear beads too. The skirt part of the sari has a drawstring waistband. Sizes available for little girls aged 1 year old and

 




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Posted On 19 September 2009 at 18:46

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cotton maroon & yellow lacha. The top (choli) has adjustable ties at the neck and the sides for a fitted look. Silver sequins, yellow beads and embroidery work cover the entire choli-style blouse. Matching work on the entire skirt (lehenga). Dupatta is maroon with similar work as on the lehenga and choli. Traditional Indian dress for girls for "dandiya" and "garba". Sizes available for girls aged 1 year old and up.

 




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Posted On 19 September 2009 at 18:50

 

 

 

 

Cotton, dark green & orange, bandhni print (tie & dye) traditional lacha for children. The choli is dark green and orange, with a thin orange border. The choli has adjustable ties and hooks in the back. The flared skirt is dark green and orange and has a drawstring waistband. The top and skirt, both have work all over using sequins and tiny round beads. The dupatta is cotton orange with bandhni print border. A very common clothing style in Gujarat and Rajasthan (India). An ideal attire for garba and dandiya.
 

 




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Posted On 20 September 2009 at 18:57

 

 

 

Beautiful black and red chaniya choli lacha w/ mirror & sequin work. The choli is red with a thin black trim at the base and sleeves. The choli has adjustable ties on both sides and hooks in the back. The flared skirt is black with a red trim at the base. Both the top and skirt are embellished with sequins & mirrors. The dupatta is red with a thin black printed border at both ends. This is a very common clothing style in Gujarat and Rajasthan (India). A perfect outfit for dandiya and garba.
Sizes available for toddler to teenage girls




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Posted On 20 September 2009 at 18:58

Pink & white bandhni print chaniya choli for garba (GL1301)

Cotton pink and white traditional Gujarati chaniya choli with bandhni print. The choli is loose fitting and has heavy sequin work in the front and has a blue & white striped design. The skirt/ghagra is flared, with a drawstring waistband, and has work on it similar to that on the choli. The dupatta is striped blue, pink and white. A very common clothing style in Gujarat and Rajasthan. Ideal dress for raas garba/dandiya.
Sizes available for girls aged 6 months old and up.

 

 

 

 




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Posted On 20 September 2009 at 19:01

Cotton brown and black traditional gujarati lacha with bandhni print. The choli has adjustable ties on both sides. The choli has heavy work all over using sequins; smilar work "patches" on the brown ghagra. The ghagra is flared and has a drawstring waistband - it also has a thin black cloth border at its base. The dupatta is black with brown border and sequin "bootis" all over. A very common clothing style in Gujarat and Rajasthan (India). Ideal dress for raas garba/dandiya.
Size available for girls aged 6 months old and over.

 

Traditional Indian gujarati lacha w/ jute work (GL1302)

Yellow bandhni chaniya choli for dandiya/garba (GL1205)

 

Cotton, yellow & green, bandhni print traditional chaniya choli. The choli is green with a thin yellow border at the sleeves and base. It has adjustable ties on both sides and hooks in the back. The flared skirt is yellow and green and has a drawstring waistband. The top and skirt, both have work all over using silver sequins. The dupatta is yellow bandhni print with sequins work all over. A very common clothing style in Gujarat and Rajasthan (India). Ideal dress for raas garba/dandiya.
Sizes available for toddler to teenage girls

 

Cotton backless orange & blue kids garba outfit (GL0676)

 

Cotton orange and blue shoulder less lacha/garba outfit. The choli is backless with adjustable ties at the top and a strap at the bottom. Sequins, silver and pearl-like beads, and black & yellow thread and mirror work cover the entire choli. Matching mirror work on the ghagra. Dupatta is blue with a thin orange border. A perfect Indian outfit for "dandiya" and "garba". Sizes available for infants and above.

 




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Posted On 22 September 2009 at 16:10

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