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Divasa launches new line of wedding lehengas & sarees
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Oct '11
Divasa is a wholly owned subsidiary of Devta apparels based in Chandni Chowk, the most dedicated and professional company into retail, wholesale, manufacture and export of appealing and exemplary Indian Sarees, Salwar kameez and wedding lehengas.

Divasa has come with a launch of wedding lehengas which offers wide range of traditional and authentic designs, it is the best place to shop for those looking for fancy, traditional, embroidered, bridal lehengas, ethnic ghagra chunnis, Lachhas, Fancy and Traditional Sarees, Designer and Embroidered Sarees, Handloom and Silk Sarees and Traditional Salwar Kameez.

What makes Divasa bridal wears unique in their imaginative designing with highly intricate embroidery? Divasa has set up his own design unit where expert designers draw up designs for every single piece. The brain besides this ever growing venture is Mr Vivek Aggarwal who itself is a creative designer known for his design and quality of fabric used.

"There is a large selection of designer sarees, bridal wear, wedding lehenga choli, different cut salwar kameez in the extensive collection of fabrics like georgette, satin, brasso, net, and so on. These items are made taking into consideration the latest fashion trends in the market and can be worn on a variety of occasions" says our designer Mr Vivek Aggarwal.

Devta Apparels Pvt.Ltd. slice of the bridal wearr pie with its brand DIVASA. Devta Apparels Pvt.Ltd is the fastest emerging as a big player in the country's bridal wear market.What makes Devta Apparels bridal wears unique is their imagining with highly intricate embroidery and there is no compromise when it comes to quality on material.

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