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Black Sharara set

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Black georgette kurta with sharara and dupatta

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    Domestic Orders:
    Estimated Delivery Time: 13 Weeks
    Estimated Delivery Time: 91 Days

    International Orders:
    Estimated Delivery Time : 13 Weeks
    Estimated Delivery Time: 91 Days.


    Colour: Black
    A black georgette kurti paired with a sharara. The embroideries, rendered using kasab-dori and resham marodi ka kaam, gota patti, sequins and pearls, are layered over a base print that has been referenced from an archival 19th century resist-dyed cotton fragment. The look is completed with an embroidered silk tissue dupatta.


    Dry Clean only


    This is a handcrafted product containing vintage fabrics, Threads, sequins, zari etc. and may have slight irregularities or imperfections. These irregularities are the result of the human involvement in the process and raw material that adds to the finished products charm while ensuring you have a "one-of-a-kind piece”

    Despite every effort to provide accurate images of each outfit's color and design, actual colors and design may vary slightly due to the screen settings of different devices, the mood and lighting in the shoot location, and other factors.

    Any returns for a product due to customer dissatisfaction with a finish (that is not a fault) will need to comply with the RAH terms and conditions.


    The Kārawān collection draws inspiration from folk arts and textile crafts found in far flung tribal belts spread across the undivided Indian sub-continent and is a functional prêt line with each garment being a journey on its own, having its own story that comes with subtle twists and surprises. The collection hearkens back to the glory days of the erstwhile princely states of Patiala, Kapurthala, Gujranwala, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Oudh, Kashmir and Sindhh. Various techniques and elements are juxtaposed over one another in each ensemble yet there is a sense of harmony and balance that renders the collection