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By Madiha

Is there any better feeling than marrying your loved one at a place that’s as beautiful as the occasion? No. No, there isn’t.
 
That’s exactly why destination wedding has become a rage nowadays. Imagine unspoiled beaches, flourishing gardens, sprawling villas and a lot more to take your breath away. Destination weddings enable you to take a much-needed break from those same old spots and spend real time with people that actually matter.
 
But there’s one problem with these dream weddings: choosing your destination wedding outfit.
 
Indian Destination Wedding
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By Sahil Anand

Dhanteras is a Hindu festival that’s celebrated with great enthusiasm and pomp across the country. On this day Hindus worship Goddess Laxmi for their prosperity and well being. It’s a tradition to buy new utensils or jewellery on Dhanteras, as a sign of good luck.
 
People also buy and wear new ethnic clothes to revere the occasion. If you’re looking to buy ethnic occasion wear on this auspicious day, we’d like to remind you of our pure gold of a deal that’s still going on. It’s simple: You shop more, you save more. And you also get to win a hell lot of deals like free surprise gift, free anarkali suit and free worldwide shipping.
 
Grab it now – last few days left!
 
Ethnic Wear Sale
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By Sahil Anand

Let’s face it: Indian wedding shopping is an uphill battle.
 
You need to buy clothes for various ceremonies like mehendi, sagan, chura, wedding and reception. Then there’s wedding trousseau, pre-bridal photo shoot and much more.
 
And you can’t just compromise on any one of them. You want go all-out on all occasions and you also want to stand out in your new family at those dinner parties and traditional occasions.
 
Dear bride-to-be / groom-to-be, our wedding store has you covered.
 
Indian Wedding Shopping
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By Sahil Anand

At India Emporium, majority of our orders come from outside of India – from countries like US, UK, Spain, Mauritius, UAE and more.
 
The most pressing problem for our overseas customers has always been the shipping amount. Though we had nominal shipping charges, USD 15 per product, and provided free shipping on all orders above USD 200, customers who ordered below USD 200 were not very happy with the shipping charges.
 
Dear customer, we heard you! This festive season we unveil free worldwide shipping on all orders with no conditions whatsoever. All we have to say is, it doesn’t get better than this, does it?
 
Free Shipping Worldwide
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By Sahil Anand

It’s frustrating as hell.
 
You buy a chic expensive outfit for special occasions. It’s trending. It’s your favorite. But a few months pass by and you notice that it’s been replaced by a new trend, an even more appealing one. And you realize that you have worn your special outfit just a couple of times.
 
What do you do now? Well, don’t worry – it’s time you started investing in evergreen sarees, because the six yard wonder never betrays you or goes out of fashion.
 
And speaking of sarees, why not go for a traditional printed saree, ones that’re sure to get you noticed and lend you a stunning appeal from all angles. Continue Reading »

By Sahil Anand

Cricketer Harbhajan Singh (or Bhajji as we like to call him) and Bollywood actress Geeta Basra took the marital plunge today, October 29, 2015. The couple finally tied the nuptial knot after an eight-year long courtship. Held at a gurudwara in Jalandhar, Punjab, the marriage was a low-key affair between close relatives and friends.
 
A grand reception will held in New Delhi on November 1, 2015. Harbhajan’s team mates, Bollywood stars and even Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to grace the high-profile reception.
 
For the mehendi ceremony, Geeta Basra sported (and looked resplendent in) a lemon color lehenga with pink choli featuring ravishing silver work. Have a look:
 
geeta basra mehendi ceremony
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By Madiha

Karva Chauth is a Hindu festival, celebrated with great enthusiasm in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and many other parts of India, where married women observe fast from sunrise to moonrise for the long life and well-being of their husbands.
 
Women apply mehendi on their hands and feet, wear make-up and opulent jewellery. They flaunt their best traditional dress, be it a heavy lehenga choli, Banarasi saree or anarkali suit. Since women don’t even have a sip of water throughout the day, they refrain from doing any household work. An evening puja is performed. When the moon is visible, women see the moon indirectly (usually through a sieve) and offer water (ark) to it, seeking blessings for their husbands. Then they see their husbands in the same way and husbands break the fast by offering them water and food.
 
Nowadays some husbands also observe the stringent Karwa Chauth fast along with their wives to make them feel that they’re not alone.
 
Karwa Chauth Wardrobe
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By Sahil Anand

It’s festive season. And you know how it feels.
 
Your excitement is about to reach its peak on Diwali. You’ve started decorating your home. You’re done with the planning of the grand Diwali party already. But when you look at your wardrobe you feel it’s dull. It’s lifeless. Something is missing.
 
What should you do? How can you add a spark to your Diwali wardrobe and make sure you shine like a diya on the festival of lights?
 
Don’t worry, all you need to do is – add some much-needed bling to your closet.
 
Diwali Ethnic Wear Wardrobe
 
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By Sahil Anand

Sharada Navaratri culminates with Dussehra or Vijayadashami which falls on the 10th day of the Hindu month of Ashwin. The festival is celebrated across India with great pomp and fervor. On this day, Lord Rama, the seventh avatar of Vishnu, killed the demon king of Lanka and Ramayana antagonist Ravana to restore cosmic order. Considered as one of the most important Hindu festivals, Dussehra marks the victory of good over evil and also the arrival of Diwali (when Lord Rama returned Ayodhya, his hometown).
 
Throughout the nine sacred days of Sharada Navaratri, Ramlila, a play based on the life of Rama highlighting his triumph, is enacted all over the country, which concludes with the burning of the giant effigies of Ravana, his brother Kumbhakaran and his son Meghanath on Dussehra.
 
This time around celebrate Dussehra with India Emporium by shopping ethnic wear to sport this Diwali. Gear up to commemorate the Lord’s return in style.
 
Celebrating Dussehra
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By Sahil Anand

You wait for it all year long, don’t you? A sale that lets you buy everything you wished for at a fraction of a price. A sale that spreads happiness all around. A sale that’s bigger than ever.
 
Well, it’s here. It’s valid sitewide. And it’ll here to stay for a while. We bring you Great Festive Deals that are sure to spark up your festivities. Don’t wait – it’s time you binged your heart out and stocked up your ethnic wardrobe like never before.
 
Best Festive Offers on Ethnic Wear
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