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Both Phulkari, a traditional embroidery style originated in Punjab, and Pochampally, a famous saree fabric from Andhra Pradesh that displays extraordinary ethnic skills, are considered to be the must-haves of Indian women wardrobe as both fabrics offer varied colour combinations, styles, patterns and designs that suit every woman’s taste.

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Lehanga style sarees are the latest trend in ethnical women fashion clothes in India. Many women prefer to buy Lehanga style sarees online from reputed online stores. These sarees flaunt an appealing and eclectic mix of a traditional sari and a Lehanga Choli. These sarees have the same style, colour and pattern as the sarees worn by Bollywood actresses in different Bollywood movies. The only difference is of the fabric and that’s what makes these sarees far less costly than the original ones.

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Saree forms an integral part of Indian tradition and is the national dress of Indian women. Saree is an important part of the trousseau of an Indian bride. Sarees come in various materials, weaving patterns, designs, visual effects, goldwork, etc. There are different types of sarees available for different occasions.

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