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Abhyuday Block Printed Travel Vanity Case

Rs. 1,499.00
Disclaimer: This product is handmade. There maybe minor imperfections in print, shape, size, and colour which are inherent to the process and what makes it unique. Actual colors may vary slightly due to your screen's resolution.
  • Cash on delivery available
  • Standard delivery within 7-9 working days
  • Free shipping on orders above INR 2999
  • Eligible for exchange and return (T&Cs apply)
  • All purchases of sale items are final
Padma or the Lotus is a central figure in many art forms including Pichhwai. It's a flower with meaning, beauty, and great cultural significance. The origin of the Lotus in Hindu mythology goes as far back as 'Samudra Manthan'. Its first association is with Lakshmi who also emerges from 'Samudra', hence, is referred to as Padmaja or Padmavati. This hand block printed home textiles collection is inspired by the beautiful lotus and other nature inspired elements.

  • Cosmetic / innerwear / toiletry organizer
  • Handcrafted in premium cotton canvas
  • Secures with a zip for easy handling
  • Comes with waterproof lining and vanity mirror
  • Hand block printed with azo-free dyes
  • Featuring an Pinklay original print
  • Designed and ethically handcrafted in India
  • Size: 8 X 7 X 8 inch
  • Dry clean or gentle hand wash in cold water
  • Wash in cold water using a mild detergent
  • Do not soak or wring. Dry in shade.
    • MRP: Rs. 1,499.00 (Inclusive of all taxes)
    • Country of Origin: India
    • Manufactured & Marketed By: Pinklay Retail Pvt. Ltd., 201, Makhija Chambers, Turner Road, Bandra West, Mumbai – 400050, Maharashtra
    • Customer Care: Pinklay Retail Pvt. Ltd., 201, Makhija Chambers, Turner Road, Bandra West, Mumbai – 400050, Maharashtra, Phone: +91-9987752369, E-Mail: care@pinklay.com
    Disclaimer: This product is handmade. There maybe minor imperfections in print, shape, size, and colour which are inherent to the process and what makes it unique. Actual colors may vary slightly due to your screen's resolution.
    • Cash on delivery available
    • Standard delivery within 7-9 working days
    • Free shipping on orders above INR 2999
    • Eligible for exchange and return (T&Cs apply)
    • All purchases of sale items are final
    Padma or the Lotus is a central figure in many art forms including Pichhwai. It's a flower with meaning, beauty, and great cultural significance. The origin of the Lotus in Hindu mythology goes as far back as 'Samudra Manthan'. Its first association is with Lakshmi who also emerges from 'Samudra', hence, is referred to as Padmaja or Padmavati. This hand block printed home textiles collection is inspired by the beautiful lotus and other nature inspired elements.

    • Cosmetic / innerwear / toiletry organizer
    • Handcrafted in premium cotton canvas
    • Secures with a zip for easy handling
    • Comes with waterproof lining and vanity mirror
    • Hand block printed with azo-free dyes
    • Featuring an Pinklay original print
    • Designed and ethically handcrafted in India
    • Size: 8 X 7 X 8 inch
  • Dry clean or gentle hand wash in cold water
  • Wash in cold water using a mild detergent
  • Do not soak or wring. Dry in shade.
    • MRP: Rs. 1,499.00 (Inclusive of all taxes)
    • Country of Origin: India
    • Manufactured & Marketed By: Pinklay Retail Pvt. Ltd., 201, Makhija Chambers, Turner Road, Bandra West, Mumbai – 400050, Maharashtra
    • Customer Care: Pinklay Retail Pvt. Ltd., 201, Makhija Chambers, Turner Road, Bandra West, Mumbai – 400050, Maharashtra, Phone: +91-9987752369, E-Mail: care@pinklay.com

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