I noticed the tiny shop of FashionArts Maggam Training Centre while walking in Ramkote, and was pretty much in awe of the services they offer. From the outside, it looks like a hole in the wall store with jars filled with colourful threads, kundans, and sequins, while you see men at work adding details to cloth. But, I found out then that they have an entire floor upstairs where the store owner, Raju takes Maggam classes for anyone interested. It can accommodate upto 10-12 people at a time and is pretty spacious. Being in the business for over 10 years, you can rely on this store for intricate, and vibrant designs like that of peacocks, flowers, parrots, mirror work and various traditional patterns that will make your blouses, sarees, and lehengas look every so grand. They work with zari & zarkhan also and give you customised Maggam artwork on a fabric of your choice, starting at INR 1,200. Do place orders at least 10-15 days in advance though. If you do want to learn the skill, enroll for the course which lasts for a month and is priced at INR 3,500 (all days except Sundays), and master this beautiful art form.