Madurai Sungudi is a cotton fabric of Madurai in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, which is an exclusive textile product traditionally produced using tie and dye (using natural dyes) method by the Saurashtrians who migrated to Madurai under the patronage of King Thirumalai Naicker in the 17th century.
Here we present Mayuri long border Sungudi sarees for you.
Care - 1.Before washing your sarees with soap, keep them soaked in salt water for some time.
2.But do not keep them soaked in water overnight, or even for longer duration as it may lead to discoloration.
3.After soaking, rinse with cold water 2-3 times before proceeding to wash with a detergent.
Note : a)Color may slightly differ due to lighting.
b)Sungudi sarees are dyed and dried in sand under sunlight. Colour and sand smudges are quite common in sungudi Sarees.
c)Some times the border pattern will be different from the saree you select but you get the same colour combination and pattern in the category.
These little things are not considered as damages for Replacement or Refund.
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Please also note that the shipping rates for many items we sell are weight-based. The weight of any such item can be found on its detail page. To reflect the policies of the shipping companies we use, all weights will be rounded up to the next full Kilogram.
The current covid pandemic situation could lead to unforeseen delays.