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These Stores In Hyderabad Will Sort Your Sankranthi Shopping

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We are all excited to see what 2021 has in store for us and some of us are going to begin this year with the first festival, Sankranthi. This auspicious festival is a great reason to celebrate with your family and of course dress up! Here is a list of places you can head to in Hyderabad to shop for Sankranthi. 


Smacked inside Next Galleria Mall in Punjagutta, Ethnicity specialises in ethnic wear for not just women and men but also kids. They've got cotton kurtas, indigo peplum tops, and breezy cotton skirts. The price range begins at INR 799 and can go as high as INR 2,500. Check out the palazzo pants and dupatta section if you love yourself a full ensemble. Complete your look with handmade earrings, bracelets, and neckpieces.


Taruni might have been your constant while growing up, and we still go here to pick anarkali kurtas or blingy lehengas. We love their range of half sarees that we usually find in their General Bazaar stores. If you have a tailor who stitches up a dress in hours, the dress materials at Taruni are quite beautiful too. 


Tucked inside City Centre Mall in Banjara Hills, Rangriti makes beautiful and casual Indian wear for women. Whether you're looking for tunics or kurtas, and even jewellery that can go well with them, you're never running out of options at this store. Love peplum kurtas or jackets? Spot them in both bright and subtle colours. The store has bottoms like leggings, palazzo pants, trousers, and skirts too. To pair your kurtas with dupattas, they've got plain and elaborate dupattas and stoles.


Popular online store — Craftsvilla has opened its first flagship store in Sarath City Capital Mall, and this is where you can go all out and about. The store claims to bring in fresh designs every day, and as you step in, the first thing you'll notice is a wide range of lehengas. Say hello to sequins and motifs. Prefer kurtas this season? Along with a few festive ones, we found the cotton pieces and coordinate sets to be much better. While you are at it, don't forget to check out oxidised metal jewellery. In fact, their gold-toned jewellery like jhumkas, and chandeliers are a steal.


Ogaan is a great place to find a variety of designer wear collection. This store has clothing on the more expensive side but it's perfect for people looking splurge this festive season. You will find everything from Dupattas, Anarkalis, Kurtas to Sarees and ethnic Co-Ords sets.