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Rohit Bal Anarkalis

If you want to feel like an Indian princess, you must dress in Rohit Bal anarkalis. Anarkalis, symmetrical or asymmetrical, have continued to be a fundamental part of modern style with a traditional touch. The comfort which Anarkali-style offers has made it the most sought-after style. Today, in many Indian cities, the anarkali has taken up the No.1 spot earlier held by the Indian sarees. Worn at festivals and during wedding functions, the anarkali has grown in popularity. Anarkalis are classy, comfortable, and curated by designers who have perfected the dress for modern Indian women. Not only in India but worldwide, the Anarkali cut is seen in designer gowns worn by celebrities. The Urdu word Anarkali literally means the - delicate bud of the pomegranate flower/ tree. The Anarkali suit owes its name to Anarkali, a courtesan in the court of Emperor Akbar. The legend goes she was executed for falling in love with Prince Salim, the future emperor Jahangir of the Mughal Empire. Anakarli left centuries ago, but her fashion sense prevailed—a long, frock-style top with a slim fitted bottom. The Anarkali suit is symbolic of Moghul era. Its resplendent embroidery, flowy fabrics, and vibrant colours continue to recreate the beauty of the ages even today.Checkout designer bags & jewellery for women by Rohit Bal.

 

Rohit Bal Printed & Embroidered Anarkalis

The eminent designer Rohit Bal designs anarkalis using modern patterns and prints. His curated line of designer anarkalis are an intelligent and studied effort that appeals to both Indian and international buyers. His collection of designer anarkalis for weddings is much sought after. Check out the wide range of anarkalis by Rohit Bal. The collection offers digitally printed anarkalis perfect for the daytime to heavily embroidered Chikankari Anarkalis for weddings. Be it organza or velvet, silk or linen, the anarkalis make a statement with their fine detailing and royal feel. Go for Rohit Bal’s favourite ivory anarkalis or be brave and don a bright orange, fuchsia, red or black anarkali. Whatever be your colour choice, yes, you become the Indian princess of the moment in a Rohit Bal anarkali. You can also shop designer lehengas, kurtas & sarees for women.