The JP Munga Doria Kota saree is created in a way that the saree displays an almost graph like pattern called khats which is a square formed between the different thicknesses of fibers. These sarees are worn in summer to get relief from the heat of summer. There is no comparison of traditional craftsmanship of Kota Sarees, all over India. This traditional collection is handpicked from Kota (Rajasthan). Each saree is Unique & Exclusive, mostly available in bright colours. This saree is renowned for its transparency and weightlessness. This Saree is worn by the ladies on all casual and formal gatherings. After each wash and Charak Polish, you will find it as good as new.
Although it could be hand-wash with mild soap in cold water but we strongly recommend for Dry Wash, For extra Gleam and Shine have Charak Polish after wash as final finish.
Return/Exchange will be applicable only if:
*An unboxing video of the product must be shot as evidence.
*The issue should be conveyed to the customer care within 48 hours of delivery.
Return/Exchange will not be considered if:
For more details please refer our ‘Disclaimer’ and ‘Return/Exchange policy’.
Due to flash and lighting used while taking photographs, the color shade of the product may slightly vary and it may appear different on your screen. Color may also vary because of your screen resolution. We mention color of the product with its description but some colors overlap in multiple categories e.g. Sea-Green belongs to Green color family but it looks like Blue. Similarly Peach color may look like Orange and Rani color like Dark Pink. Therefore, product will not be returned / exchanged because of minor color variation.
Customers are also informed that ‘Minor Flaws’ in weaving are the beauty of handloom fabric and because of such minor flaws, which are actually not a defect, return/exchange will not be accepted. Similarly, there might be small holes at the ends of a saree which might occurs because of tying of the saree with nails during stretching process before coloring, dying and roll polishing. We cannot avoid these holes and must be ignored in hand-woven sarees.
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