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Zari, Jaipur

What’s Interesting :- Gotta Patti worked saris

Market :-

Products :- Indian Wear  Bridal Wear  Salwar Suits  Sarees  

Days Closed :- Open all days

Timing :- 10.00am to 7.30pm

Phone :- 0141-5158500 / 01

Address :- 10/11, Narayan Singh Circle, Opposite City Pulse Mall, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004

Landmark :- Opposite City Pulse mall

Parking :- Available

Bus/Metro :- Sindhi Bus Stand

Price Range :- Starts from Rs 5000

Payment Methods :- Card and Cash

Zari Jaipur

Zari shop in Jaipur is a spacious and well laid out store.It is situated near the Narayan Singh circle, (crossing),which is a prominent landmark in Jaipur. Jaipur shopping for bridal wear dress es will include a trip to this shop.

The ground floor showcases salwar suits, where you can shop for both party wear and casual salwar suits. There are in house designer pieces that are grander pieces with more intricate work.Salwar suits are comfortable & stylish and are definitely party wear dresses . Both the young & the old prefer to wear salwar kameez. This dress is practical, comfortable & stylish. Party wear and wedding wear salwars are available in Zari, Jaipur  in a variety of colours and price range .

The upper floor has a great selection of sarees and bridal lehangas on offer. Zardosi, sequins, embroidery and gottapati work on chiffon, georgette, crepe and Kota are all available. There are  bridal lehengas

The sarees range from the not too expensive to very expensive ones. The bridal lehangas on display are trendy with latest designs and elaborate work and the prices are in line with the work that has taken place on these garments.

Zari is a popular Jaipur shop.

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