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Kota Doria Red-Violet Kurta & Leheriya Dupatta with Cotton Bottom| कोटा डोरिया सूट

Rs. 2,500.00
Product Name                               : Kota Doria
Stitching Type                               : Unstitched
Occasion                                       : Casual
Package Details                            : 1 Top/ 1 Dupatta
Work Details                                  : Printed
Weight                                           : 150 Gm approximately
Kameez Details: Kameez Color   : Red-Violet
Kameez Fabric  : Kota Doria
Kameez Length : 2.5 Metre
Kameez Width  : 1.15 Meter
Bottom Details :  
Bottom Color    : Red-Violet
Bottom Style     : Salwar
Bottom Fabric   : Cotton
Bottom Length  : 2.25 Meter
Bottom Width    : 0.90 Meter
Dupatta Details :    
Dupatta Fabric  : Leheriya Kota Doria
Dupatta Color    : Red-Violet
Dupatta Length : 2.5Metre
Dupatta Width   : 1.15 Meter


Shipping Description:- COD Available, Free Shipping. Ready stock. It can be delivered within 5-7 days. Returns accepted
Colour Description:-
 Slight difference in color from the visible product image is possible due to light setting. 

Material:- Kota Doria, also called Kota Dori, is a distinctive woven fabric with a unique square-checked pattern crafted on fine silk, cotton or a blend of these two fibers. The cotton provides strength to the fabric, while silk makes it more lustrous and lends it a softer touch.कोटा डोरिया सलवार सूट मटेरियल सेट। 

The name Kota Doria itself indicates the origin of the craft. Kota, a town situated in southern parts of Rajasthan, hosts several clusters, which have been weaving delicate muslin saris, called Kota Doria or Kota Masuria. The word ‘Dori’ literally translated from Hindi, means ‘threads’