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Choora Cover

The chooda is covered as it is considered inauspicious for the bride to see it before the wedding. These choora covers are designed to match the bridal refinery.

Haldi Ki Gaanth

The ‘Haldi ki Ganth’ holds great significance in various auspicious rituals, especially Hindu wedding ceremonies. Our exclusively decorated pieces make a stunning addition to any ceremonial ritual.

Mukhwas Cone

Savor the flavour with a delightful Mukhwas Cone - a perfect mehendi giveaway or for a nikaah.


Enhance the auspiciousness of your celebrations, with our range of nariyal offerings. Available in different sizes to suit your need, be it a Pooja, Satsang, Grihapravesh, Diwali, Rakhi, Bhaidooj, Bhaat or a pre-wedding ceremony.

Pair Of Mehendi Stick

Nimboo-cheeni is applied on the mehendi because the citric acid in the lemon juice helps in releasing more colour from the henna and the sugar helps in sticking the paste to the skin. By using our colourful, vibrant sticks you can add a unique and stylish touch to your event. Needless to add that they are more hygienic and hassle-free.

Parrot Bhaji box

Sending sweet blessings and cherished memories with every bite, this magnificent bhaji box adorned with pearls, sequins and laces is an ideal present to send with your daughter as she begins a new chapter in her life to gift to your close ones. The captivating parrot pompom tassels add an extra touch of charm. Perfect for packing sweets, laddoos, savouries.

Red Thread With Ghungroo

As per Hindu traditions, no religious work is completed without tying this auspicious thread. By tying this red thread, it is believed that blessings of Trideva, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh and Tridevis, Saraswati, Lakshmi and Durga are received.

Royal chowki and patta

Indian wedding traditions: The vibrant chowki and patta - a cherished addition to the bride’s new home. The colourful and intricate design makes these a beautiful addition to any abode or Pooja room.

Sindoor Daani

The most important custom of every Hindu wedding is Sindoor Dana. The groom puts sindoor on the bride, thus symbolising her marital status.


No Indian Hindu Wedding is complete without the soop.

Tilak Sticks

Let the beauty of tradition shine with our Tilak sticks! The perfect way to apply Tilak at the beginning of anything auspicious. With our exquisite designs, you can add a touch of elegance to any occasion. Trust our high-quality and hygienic Tilak sticks to make your moments more memorable.

Welcome set for new bride

Rolling out the royal treatment for the new bride! Our specially curated welcome set, complete with a luxurious velvet mat, a beautifully decorated lota and parat, It is sure to make her feel like the queen she truly is. #bridalwelcome #royaltyfeels #newlywedbliss.