Lepakshi (Andhra Pradesh Emporium)

Andhra Pradesh is situated on the country’s southeastern coast and is well known for its textiles. Lepakshi , the State Emporium of Andhra Pradesh ,stock saris like Ikkat-Telia, Gadwal and Mangalgiri. Ikkat is also known as Pochampally. The name derives from the oil treatment of yarn. Gadwal saris are cotton ones with pure zari borders. Kalamkari block printing is the art of painting cotton fabrics with mythological themes and is very famous in Andhra Pradesh. One can find home décor and other accessories with these prints in this store. Do not miss checking out the Hyderabadi pearls. They come in white, pinks, greys and blacks and in various sizes. Check out the strings and the sets. The price starts from Rs 1200/ string.

Kondapalli toys which are made out of light soft wood and painted with vibrant colours are also very famous.

Lepakshi (Andhra Pradesh Emporium)
3.5 (70%) 2 votes

What’s Interesting :- Pearls and silver filigree work

Market :-

Products :- Handicrafts and Home  Kurtis  

Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 11am to 7.30pm

Telephone Number :- 011 - 23363892, 23366892

Address :- B-6, State Emporium Complex, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, New Delhi - 110 001

Landmark :- Opposite Hanuman Mandir

Parking :- Available

Bus/Metro :- Regal Bus Stop/Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, on the Yellow & Blue Line

Price Range :- Rs. 3000+

Payment Methods :- Cash and Card

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Andhra Pradesh is situated on the country’s southeastern coast and is well known for its textiles. Lepakshi , the State Emporium of Andhra Pradesh ,stock saris like Ikkat-Telia, Gadwal and Mangalgiri. Ikkat is also known as Pochampally. The name derives from the oil treatment of yarn. Gadwal saris are cotton ones with pure zari borders. Kalamkari block printing is the art of painting cotton fabrics with mythological themes and is very famous in Andhra Pradesh. One can find home décor and other accessories with these prints in this store. Do not miss checking out the Hyderabadi pearls. They come in white, pinks, greys and blacks and in various sizes. Check out the strings and the sets. The price starts from Rs 1200/ string. Kondapalli toys which are made out of light soft wood and painted with vibrant colours are also very famous.

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