New Delhi [India], May 14 (ANI/PNN): A breath-taking godly architecture drew the public's attention to the HSR layout, giving the divine impression of entering a temple, and was enriched with wonderful age-old sculptures and art forms, especially the sacred idol of Venkateshwara Swamy at the storefront.

It was evident upon entering Mugdha that it was not just another textile showroom, but rather a monument to India's greatest artisans and rich silk tradition.

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Mugdha has an unending assortment of traditional weaves across India weaved by experienced and skilled artisans of India. The pattu saree collection comprises 10 types of gorgeous and opulent silk sarees, ranging from Kancheevarams to Benerasi, from Ikkats to Gadwals and many more.

Mugdha also exhibits stunning ready-to-wear collections starting from Anarkali, Designer gowns to the designer lehenga. Their fancy saree collection is the cherry on the top, with a diverse selection of sarees ranging from Bandhani, Organza, and Banaras to designer and fancy sarees.

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Apart from the most diverse collections, it is also the history of Mugdha which stands apart. The journey started way back in the year 2012, when Sashi Vangapalli, the creator of Mugdha believed that she could transform her passion for making traditional and enchanting weaves into a successful business venture.

Initially, she gained popularity on social media through which she found high profiles and South Indian NRI customers, who really admired her designs. Now Mugdha stands as a house for one of the largest handloom collections in the city!

On the whole, this is a massive architecture which stands tall at HSR layout covering 12,000 sqft that has so much history and passion towards serving people with magnificent silks and handlooms.

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