Priyanka C, Hong Kong
Beautiful collection! And I loved the personal touch during the ordering process. I needed the delivery urgently, and they went out of their way to ensure that it reaches me on time. Thank you!
Latha Reddy, Hyderabad
I have been buying from you since 2018 and have never been disappointed. Beautiful collection that I just keep coming back to. Thank you for these exclusive Assam handloom sarees. May you continue to grow exponentially.
Remitha Alphonsa Mathew, USA
I recently purchased a Kesa Paat saree from TSC and what a joy it was to see the clean weaving on the product. The saree is light as air and draped so well without looking puffy. I thoroughly enjoyed the saree and look forward to purchase more products from you guys.
Upasana Kulkarni, Bangalore
I absolutely loved the Celebrating Northeast series. Unique collection that I haven't seen anywhere else. Stunning pieces. I have a Naga design saree that I absolutely love and have received so many compliments from family and friends. Waiting to see what you bring next.
Latha Balu, Singapore
I draped the turmeric Eri silk saree yesterday for a lecture. It's such a gorgeous drape...Not too heavy and oh-so-elegant! Sorry that I didn't get to take a photo.
Anu Shetye, London
Many thanks for the wonderful Muga weave. It looks and feels amazing and easy to drape. I am more than satisfied with your sarees. I will definitely be coming back to you again for repeat purchases.
Historically donned by the royal families of Assam, Muga silk is the perfect piece for a rich and regal look. Indigenous to Assam, it is recognised by its characteristic golden sheen and richness. It is one of the most rarest silks, owing to the fact that it is produced only in Assam. It is also one of the most expensive silks in the world. Being expensive, however, has no bearing on its popularity as Muga remains one of the most desired silks across the globe.
The silkworms that produce Muga are believed to be as old as dinosaurs. It also has the distinction of being registered under GI, putting it in the province of intellectual rights in India.
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