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  1. Phulkari Dupatta

    India is a country of traditions and multi-colored ethnic weaves and wears. The women wear alone is the rendezvous of traditional and contemporary. Several trends have washed over the Indian clothe-scape, and only a few have survived the test of time. Dupattas are one of them. For several (over several) decades they kept up with the time and appeal.
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  2. Punjabi Kada

    The Kada is originally a bracelet made of iron or steel and was first given by Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the 10th Sikh Master, in 1699 as one of the 5 K's of the Sikhs, a powerful protection and radiant symbol for the one who wears it. The basic kada is a simple unadorned iron bracelet, but other forms exist.
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  3. Meditation Shawls

    A meditation shawl is simply a soft blanket that you can drape around yourself. Meditation shawls have been used for thousands of years by all cultures and religions to help you stay comfortable and focused during your meditation and to ensure that your body stays warm
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  4. Participated in Singapore International Indian Shopping Festival, September 24-27, Singapore 2015

    The Amritsar Store participated in Singapore International Indian Shopping Festival, September 24-27, Singapore 2015 through FIEO to showcase and market the products created by the local artisans.
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