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Craftsvilla unveils Bollywood inspired bridal winter line
Dec '13
Its winter time and with winter comes wedding season in India. India's largest online marketplace for Indian products, Craftsvilla.com, therefore announced launch of their Bollywood inspired bridal collection for Winter 2013.

Craftsvilla.com has the largest collection of 10,000+ wedding sarees, wedding jewellery and designer lehenga choli which is perfect attire for any Indian wedding.

The bridal collection on Craftsvilla.com includes Kareena Kapoor bridal sarees, Ram Leela inspired Deepika Padukone  jewellery, Katrina Kaif Anarkali Lehengas, Priyanka Chopra Bollywood ghagra choli, all versatile Madhuri Dixit designer sarees and much more.

All the Indian apparel and jewellery is available for online purchase from anywhere in the world as Craftsvilla.com seller's ship products to all countries including US, UK and Canada.

Most of the Anarkali suits and Lehengas are unstitched or semi-stitched to accommodate size variation. Craftsvilla.com sellers also provide custom stitching facility for nominal charges. Also if you are in rush and looking for express delivery, you can request the sellers for express delivery for extra charges. Some of the sellers also provide cash on delivery on their products.

"Wedding shopping is always a stressful activity and we would like to make it fun and exciting for our customers. By giving customers a large collection with latest designs to buy sitting at their home or office from anywhere in the world, we have made wedding shopping Goosebumps a thing of the past", says Monica Gupta, Founder of Craftsvilla.com.

Craftsvilla.com recently announced they are the sole ecommerce company which is profitable in India. Craftsvilla.com, which started 3 years ago and today is a household name in India, is also launching their franchisee in India and outside of India. Craftsvilla.com claims to have more than 300,000+ products online from 5000+ sellers in India.

About Craftsvilla:

Craftsvilla.com is India's largest and best online site for Indian products including Indian Jewellery, Sarees, Salwar Suits, Salwar Kameez, Anarkali Suits, Lehenga Choli, Bags, Diwali Gifts, Home Decor and Handicrafts.


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