Where to Buy Bridal Lehengas in Chandni Chowk : With Price & Pics

When I first visited Chandni Chowk, It was  5 months before my wedding. I had limited knowledge, and  it was a spur of the moment decision to just hop on the metro to go and see if we could find some lehenga options that were cheaper than the lehenga I had loved. Two girls on the metro were discussing places to shop there so I was shamelessly eavesdropping on their conversation and making mental notes. Since then however I have been to CC close to 20 different times, with 20 different people- some clients, some friends etc so I think I am finally in a position to write this!

Okay, so you have probably read about a dozen news paper articles about how Chandni Chowk is this treasure trove of the most amazing bridal lehengas and what not, but when you actually land there all you see is shiney, mind numbing bling (and people climbing on each other) that is totally un-drool worthy? Chances are you haven’t gone to the right store in Chandni Chowk yet !!Take it from a recent bride, a self confessed bridal shopping expert (hey im paid to help people find lehengas!) , and someone who is pretty obsessed with finding nooks and corners that sell bridal lehengas- these are probably the only places worth knowing.

Lehenga from Asiana Couture. 

1) Asiana Couture 

Relatively new kids on the block but already making a ton of waves in the Chandni Chowk bridal scene (LOL- i make it sound like Chandni Chowk has a ‘scene’) . I hadnt actually heard of them when i went shopping for my lehenga, but over time i have seen brides wear some lovely pieces from here. Then i actually visited them and absolutely loved some of their stuff- a lot of new , current styles and very like high quality pieces which if you follow Indian designers, you will know! Prices are not super cheap again, but because they are lesser known than OPJL, you will get a better price for sure ! Again, stay far away from custom.

See more of Asiana Couture Collection:   here

Discounts: Does not bargain unless you have a discount coupon. Send  sms “WMG_ASIANA” to  9599558470 to get an extra 5% off at Asiana ! Also need to set a prior appointment


Left: Photo by Dipak Studios, Lehenga by Om Prakash. Right: Anarkali by Om Prakash

2) Om Prakash Jawahar lal (Naya Katra):

These guys need to start paying me now, because I first put them on the map 2 years back when I wrote a post about where to buy bridal lehengas in Delhi. Compared to the rest of the riff -raff they have nice, elegant pieces in similar style of Sabya and Manish etc. The downside-  I found that the level of flare was slightly lesser than what you would get in some other shops.

Price Points: A good one will cost you upwards of 80,000 INR and the ones i absolutely loved (an orange and pink one which was somewhat like an Anamika Khanna piece (see photo above)) was 1.2 lakhs. The flare though annoys me- i had a HUGE flare on my lehenga and somehow didn’t find that anywhere in Om Prakash.

See more Om Prakash Jawahar Lal photos here

A lehenga from Sunehri : Price 50K

3) Sunehree

My friend got her wedding lehenga from here which was a  very nice shaded peach and coral bridal lehenga  . The collection here ranges from heavy, royal outfits to lighter ones and the prices here start lower . You could  score some lehengas at about 60k but you would have to hunt to find a good piece.Also a great place for trousseau saris .

Find more collections from Sunehree & discounts here

Discounts:  Send  sms “WMG_SUNEHREE” to +919811676504 to get an extra 5% off at Sunehree !



Both lehengas above at Ram kishan sarees. 

4) Ram Kishan Sarees

Tucked away in a corner near Kamal bhai, this small store is a hidden gem. The lehengas offered are all stunning and the prices can range from 40K rupees for a lehenga to 1.5 Lakhs and the styles are very current with styles inspired from Sabyasachi etc. Also spotted lovel y Gota patti anarkalis and floor length jackets for engagement. While the number of pieces may be lesser the pieces in themselves are unique.

See more Ram Kishan sarees photos and contact here

Lehenga by Dalmia

5)Dalmia Fashions

High quality fabrics and embroideries and a great variety has ensured Dalmia Fashions by Aditya and Mohit are a must stop for every bride. While earluer this was a smaller store, they have now completely revamped it to make a super swanky store for your bridal needs.Apart from lehengas they also have some nice jacket silhouettes, and a lot of Sabya inspired outfits.  They aren’t super expensive in terms of prices, with bridal lehengas starting at 50K and going over a a lakh

See them here: Dalmia Fashions

Lehenga by Shrangar

6.) Shrangar 

Shrangar has been one of the oldest names around in Chandni Chowk and have recently gone through an overhaul with some great new collections added. If you are looking for a heavy bridal lehenga or reception lehenga you can definitely give it a visit and they also stock some sarees for your mum and sisters. It’s located in the Maliwara area in Chandni Chowk but a lot of people know where it is so if you do ask around they are likely to guide you to the right place.

See them here: Shrangar Sarees

Photo: Hitched & Clicked

7) Sudhir Bhai (Close to OPJL)

Have you noticed how all shops sound similar? Everyone is a Bhai or a chand or lal or a singh !! Sudhir Bhai is another semi well known shop in Chandni Chowk and once we exited OPJL , this is where we went next. This has some stuff which is really nice and cheaper prices too ! But sometimes a hit, sometimes a miss because the variety keeps changing. My friend scored a lovely peach and yellow lehenga for about 35000 from here for her sisters wedding.

8) Tek Chand Arjit Goel

On my first trip to Chandni Chowk I had only gone to two stores- one was OPJ and the other was this one. While Tek Chand has lesser variety, it is also cheaper and the store staff there are helpful to help you customise your outfit.  It’s also a nice place to maybe buy your sister of the bride outfits , and something for your mom. They’r situated in Moti Bazar

See more from them here: Tek Chand Arjit Goel


Photos of Kamal Bhai Saree Sangam

9) Kamal Bhai Saree Sangam( Katra Pyarelal Gali)

Another hidden gem that nobody really knows about – they sell styles similar to Om Prakash but at a cheaper rate.  However the variety is kind of limited so at times it is a hit, and at times a miss. I saw a montone deep red lehenga with gorgeous soft gold work all over which I had also seen at Frontier as well as Roop Sarees – but here it was half the price. I didn’t pick it up because I wanted a colorblocked lehenga at the time- something with contrast.  Co-incidentally, my friend turned up in that red and gold lehenga on her wedding.I have also seen some gorgeous customised pieces and while they turn out nice the finishing never ends up being like the one had you just ordered off a sample. Prices  just a tad bit cheaper than OPJL but not more expensive than everyone else.

10) Lehenga House

These people advertise a lot and you will see their big-a** hoardings every where in Chandni Chowk ! Umm..personally I didnt find anything here- they have variety but I didnt find anything unique or different from what people generally wear. They are cheaper than the shops I have mentioned and you may find something here but I didn’t find anything that looked super high end you know?

11) Pakeezah Plaza

You will have to hunt here, but sometimes you can score some nice  stuff. SOMETIMES. Still may be worth a visit as it is cheaper than the big names and has quite a bit of variety! Real Bride Urvashi bought her lehenga from Pakeezah Plaza. See her beautiful orange and blue lehenga with gotta patti here


Smaller shops like Tek Chand Arjit Singh, Chetan Saris, Shringar Saris, kalakriti : These are nice for saris and stuff (Specially kalakriti is great for anarkalis and Shringar has nice saris) but the variety of lehengas here is pretty limited. You can wrap up your lehenga shopping in the first three places i spoke about. I saw a white lehenga at Tek Chand whose border i really liked so we spoke about customising and he told me he could give me a beautiful white and pink lehenga for about 75K, but ultimately i didnt trust getting something customised from scratch so i let it go and im Glad i did, i wouldn;t have found my lehenga otherwise (I still, am whole heartedly in love with it)

CTC , Chabbra, & some other well marketed stores:.  I went inside one such store that a lehenga agent recommended to me and the guy made me sit and had a 10 minute discussion of what my ‘style’ was. After i told him, you know i dont like bling- i like stuff like Sabyasachi and Manish Malhotra etc…he was like ok i shall show you something DITTO same. Out came a red lehenga with A lot of of Swarovski and sequin work which quite frankly even a bride in the 1960’s would have been terrified of .  Ofcourse these places are really cheap so you the lehenga was under 50K for example but the quality was just not there , at least from my experience!

So is Chandni Chowk the best place in Delhi to shop for lehengas: Personally, i dont think so – its definitely a must visit for bridal shopping just because it  helps you guage an idea of the vast variety they have, however do remember they take atleast 4 -5 weeks to make a lehenga . Plus if you compare prices, there isnt a very significant difference according to me, so while a trip to Chandni Chowk is nice dont get too caught up if you dont find your lehenga there. I *almost* did, but then i didnt.

Points to remember

  • Those of you from outside Delhi- Chandni Chowk is like having a gazillion people fit inside a 10 feet box with lanes so narrow that only 1 person can go at one time. I am NOT exaggerating. Its not an easy to place to navigate in the least and honestly none of the shops have addresses
  • Be careful of those random lehenga agents who take you to shops they get commissioned on. Dont ask them directions for shops because they end of taking you to totally different ones. True story- a girl wrote in to me saying that she went to what was Om prakash, but turned out to be a different Om prakash than the one I recommended. That ‘different’ Om prakash was a scamster and the shop dissapeared with their money!
  • Bargain. It works in Chandni Chowk.
  • Changing colors, a little bit of emrboidery on the blouse or little changes to dupatta is fine but do not ask for a major overhaul of a lehenga here.  It is best to order on an existing sample!
  • Dont forget to stop for some chaat and some karims mutton korma. Even if you land up in the hospital the next day with a heart disease , or diarrhea, its bloody worth it !
  • Remember most shops in Delhi work with smaller ‘masterjis’ and ‘workshops’ who do the work. So chances are you see the same lehenga in 3 different stores. My aim was to find one that I did NOT see in every store , and Im ecstatic that I chose what I did, but dont be disheartened if the lehenga you like in one store is very expensive. Go to a few others and you will hit jackpot !

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      • alisha says:

        Hi, I was looking for a good place to shop for brides maid lehenga and sarees. Something modern and simple with a modest price rane in CC. Like I don’t want to go above 35k Since its not my wedding.

  1. Sneha Nagar says:

    I visited Asiana Couture and Sudhir Bhai some 4 months back in search of that perfecttt outfit for my Cousin’s marriage..
    My Expr with both:
    1) Asiana Couture- It was around 7:15 pm, after a long exhausting day at CC, I told my mum i knw m not gonna get anything frm here lets go bck…but she is d one who nvr gives up…she asked one of the touts der for anakali and he said “Ma’m thoda mehenga hoga but cheez milega jo aapko chahiye” My mum’s reaction “Koi nahi bhaia…pasand karao mei kitna bhi paisa dungi”… My reaction ” Yeaah yeaahh.. Everyone says that..but all dey show is PATCH WORK…!!”
    then he took us to these superr narrow lanes which were jam packed with all those mata ki chowki vala stuff and I was sure m not gonna find anything..but then I saw a huge store in white right in ffront of me and I was lik..Ohkiee…You hav such showrooms here in CC too..?? Wel..we went inside and the store was totally FULL.. the Ground Floor has all sort of dress materials (lotsa variety I must say), we went upstairs and asked for anarkali but the Sales Guy said Sry its 7:30 already come again tomorrow..n I was lik Huh..!! Attitude…!!
    Well.. we went der again d next week and the guard dint allow us to go upstairs he said we were in d queue (yeaa…der was a queue to go n check out d ready made stuff that they have upstairs) we waited for 1 n half hour..meanwhile we cud see few pieces the sales guy was showing to the customers upstairs and few aunties in the queue (carrying gucci, LV bags) were screaming –OMG..!! tat’s a Tarun Tahiliani’s replica…tats Saby’s design…
    well..after so much of wait we were told that dey r not taking orders or showing Anarkalis as of now as dey r only concentrating on Bridal Lehengas..(surely..it pays them a hefty amount…an Anarkali wud not fetch them tat mch..) So Experience was No experience actually..
    On the day of my Bro’s wedding I met a gurll at the Salon with Asiana couture Lehenga Box.. I was actually vry excited to see as to wht did she get frm der… It was a Golden sequenced Blouse and Neon Pink Lehenga It was nice but not tat great..she tld me she gt it fr 18k (I sersly dunno if she quoted the right price or not)…

    Sudhir Bhai– We bought dress materails for suits in kundan work n all..stuff is gud but again too mch crowd..so u hav to b a lil patient and my advise is keep browsing thr shelves n u mite jst find a real gud piece fr yaslf.. :)

    Now..1 Shop from whr I bought my Saree was Divasa, it’s in Jogiwara CC…. They actually have 2 Brands “DEVTA” and “DIVASA”. The former one is extremely expensive …their Prices for Bridal lehenga starts from 1 Lac on (as told by the sales guy)..I dint go der as it was not my wedding…So we went to the relatively cheap brother Divasa…Gud Stuff..They again have 2 separate stores inside it..one section for Lehenga the other one for Sarees… Again I would say dunt jst luk at stuff tat the sales guy is showing…keep lukng at the shelves and ask those ppl if smthng clicks u…I got my saree lik tat only..The collection is gud..

  2. Rashmi says:

    I would also like to recommend Badru Zari (BZ Sarees) .. but its so hidden that only a saree agent can guide u in .. when I was going there, I was half ready to run back but I braved the route and had a good experience at the store .. !!

  3. Clothes and Creativity says:

    You covered most of the places, Mehak! But I think you need to add Zeenath Plaza to the list! It’s right next to Pakeezah, and if one has an eye for good stuff, then one will definitely find a couple of gorgeous lehengas here! Tried and tested! Another thing I want to mention is that while OPJL is the most talked about lehenga shop in Chandini Chowk, I did find it a little overrated! Plus, the amount of time they take to make a lehenga (atleast 40 days) is a bummer for a bride who needs to sort out her stuff in about 20 days (that was me)!

      • Swati Wadhera says:

        Yeah.. I went to Zeenath Plaza for my bridal lehenga and it showed me around 30 lehengas without any annoyance and I picked up a green velvet lehenga but it costed a little higher. It still is on my list of lehenga love as I have not yet finalised the lehenga. But they have really good collection for velvet lovers.

  4. Charu says:

    This post covered most of the places and will save a lot of time for those who are looking for designer lehenga in Chandni Chowk. I think you should add the Chhabra555 to your list, provides latest designer lehengas in gud stuff by top fashion designer and they have shops in many other parts of India.

  5. Kanika says:

    Hi there!

    Would you be able provide the actual address for Om Prakash Jawahar lal and Asiana Couture? I will be visiting Delhi for wedding shopping and since I am not from the area, I don’t want the guys scamming me into going to the wrong store.



    • wedmegood says:

      Hi Kanika,
      there are no addresses in chandni chowk :( you just need to know where to go..its a crazy place…om prakash is in naya katra….asiana is somewhere in katra asharfi…the link has been given above.

      If yr new, I suggest you hire our bridal shopping service to guide you

  6. deepak saini says:

    hi there ,
    if any body can guide us for shopping from chandni chowk for our marriage.

  7. Dora says:

    Thanks a ton for this post! because of you we managed to pick an awesome piece from Kamal Bhai for my sister and also short-listed one for my friend at Om Prakash.
    I had to come back here, search for the blog and send you a personal note!

  8. Sanaa says:


    When will you be posting more about the bride ‘Neha’ with the lehenga from Asiana Couture? I would love to see more pics!

  9. Saumya Gargom says:

    Hello Friends,

    Well i just started my journey of wedding shopping from today and got my Engagement Lehenga from Divasa, they have some really nice stuff with really good and different combinations. I explored their bridal lehengas as well just for an idea they were ggod. Rest so many other shops at Nai Sarak is not good at all atleast for personal shopping but Dalmia really had nice collection of sarees and gowns.

    Well i will keep sharing my shopping experiences here and also will keep asking everybody’s suggestion/help as well. Like now i am looking for some good imitation jewellery and bangle shops in Delhi.

    Lots of Love,

  10. Aditya says:

    need to buy suite and a saree for my wife .
    can any one tell me where I can buy a decent one . got a kid too so cant go to all shops . just get in n out . Bingo

  11. Jyoti K says:

    I have an upcoming medium sized event coming up ..I want a gorgeous dress for it, a gown or an Anarkali…my budget for this dress is around 20-30K. I can carry a really heavy dress with ease and have no problem with bling either (depends what kind though ..hehe) I can also go a bit above this budget … I was going to head to OPJL, reading a few about them I learnt how these big shops in CC are acting I might as well save my time and go to Rajouri but the problem is that all my family and all of us buy things from Rajouri , I want something that stands out as I would be one of the main people in this event… I have only 3-4 days to buy this dress as I will be flying in on Monday and the event is already on the weekend and I have a baby so … its all a bit tight, time wise..Please help!!! Cumon girls I need some direction…

    • Mehak_Wed Me Good Blog says:

      HI jyoti,
      OP is not the right place for you for two reasons
      1,) Its meant for heavier outfits so prices start at 50k at the minimum
      2, They dont do ready made AT ALL. They only make things that are avaiable in a minimum of 20 days at the minimum

      You should either stick to rajouri or I would say go to shahpur Jat…its such a lovely little place with s many boutiques with heavy anarkalis and the like.

  12. Jyoti K says:

    Thanks Mehak, Aren’t there any other stores in CC where I can hit jackpot? You talked about Kalakriti in your post and what about Asiana couture.. I am ready to go a lil bit over my budget, but 40K would be the last amount I will invest for a -4 hour ceremony. I want to buy from CC becuase they have designer stuff for lesser price that’s all..

    I have heard of Shahpur Jatt and Hauz Khas, one of my friends went there a few days ago .. and she told me that the price for even a basic Partywear Anarkali in these places are sooo high.

    All these Rajouri guys are also getting stuff from CC else why would we find similar pieces in many showrooms! So the CC pro- dearest Mehak …guide mee…

    • Mehak_Wed Me Good Blog says:

      CC isnt the place most people go for lighter stuff. its a bridal hub- you could try Kalakriti perhaps but asiana is all heavy stuff
      Shahpur Jat has anarkalis starting at 20K so its cheaper than CC actually….Im not sure where else in CC to find lighter stuff honestly. Definitely not OPJL

      Also pls check our vendor guide : http://www.wedmegood.com/vendors/browse/type/4
      Most of these are affordable like kavita vanita (great for anarkalis)

  13. Sana says:

    I feel this post is too exaggerated in commending the big showrooms . It is rightly said not to get lured by the agents but do take a chance to walk inside the lanes and visit the small stores. Some of them have mesmerizing lehengas at reasonable prices. The Pakeeza store on the main road : is just making money for its central location …and have nothing great about its designs.

    So do walk in the lanes and get your best deals….

    Also, the parathe wali gali is not that bad…. one of the most famous places in Delhi to visit….

  14. Medha says:

    My budget for lehenga was not more than 60k and after reading this post I went to almost all the shops mentioned here except Om Prakash Jawaharlal because it would have been way beyond my budget. So here is what I found:
    1. Asiana Couture- They have some really good stuff from Sabyasachi to Rohit Bal to Anamika Khanna replicas. But good pieces start from 70k onwards and they don’t bargain. I also didn’t like their sales staff

    2. Sudhir Bhai- Sudhir bhai’s shop has something for everyone. His sales staff is good. Bridal range starts from 35k but good pieces I mean designer stuff would be close to 70k. However Sudhir bhai offers good discount and the owner Sudhir Paul is a gentleman.

    3. Kamal bhai- they have recently renovated and the shop is big. Collection is varied and starts from 50k. I ordered my piece from there and I hope I get it as per sample.

  15. Pooja says:


    So I went to CC earlier this year and a few friends had mentioned getting really nice lehengas from Shringar so I wanted to check it out. Given that there are so many shops (and some frauds like you mentioned!) I attempted to find the right Shringar but not sure I did?!

    I’m going back in a few months for trousseau shopping and just want to make sure I head to the right one. I know you said there aren’t any addresses – but any more descriptive things that may help me find it?? e.g. what it’s next to, what the sign looks like and says, etc.

    Thanks :)

  16. sanya garg says:

    Hi Mehak,
    I just went to all the shops recommended by you and finally found a sabya replica which my mom deemed wedding worthy and which didnt make me look like a christmas tree.I found it at opjl.But I just reread ur blog and I see u categorically mentioning no customizationns.but I ve asked them to overhaul the colour of the lehenga from red to burnt oramge in shot silk with a pink dupatta and matching border colors.Do you think they can carry it off?? Pls pls pls tell me as I am getting extremely apprehensive.I feel like I diddn’t spend enough time in searching.
    Plsss help!

    • Mehak_Wed Me Good Blog says:

      Hey Sanya dont worry – colors etc they can handle…
      just if you ask them to do a different embroidery based on a photo you give them..thats not the best

  17. Neha says:

    Do not buy anything form Asian coutoure in chandni chowk, delhi. they are big cheats. They charge you freaking price for their stuff. I was so excited to buy from this shop after reading reviews and i ended up buying lehnga and an evenning gown. They sold me the piece as an exclusive piece. They sold me the evemning gown for 40000 rs. and the exact same gown i happened to see in meena bazar in lucknow for 25000. I was taken back for the amount they charged me. Please do not go to that shop. Because people are ready to pay for exclusive designs they are just bragging the prices with watever figures they want. I ended up paying 1.25 lakhs for two dresses.I regret to be in that shop that day.

  18. Sarah says:


    Firstly I would like to thank you for this post as it has helped me so much. I am from London and am currently in Delhi looking for my lehenga. I only have three weeks until my wedding which is in Udaipur. I went to OP a few days ago and they told me they could make me the one I liked in 7-10 days however I have read in your comments above it will take a minimum of 20 days. I was planning on going back tomorrow to buy it but now I am worried it will not be made in time for the wedding. Do you have any advice about how trustworthy they are in terms of making time? I would be deverstated if I buy it and it’s not ready.

    If you think it is not possible to get it from there or Delhi do you think I could get an equally good one in Udaipur?

    I appreciate any advice you can give me as I am so unsure of what is best to do.

    • Mehak_Wed Me Good Blog says:

      I think they should be ok on time if they have committed it. I would call and confirm once again!

    • Rashmi says:

      Hi Sarah ,

      Did they give u the Lehenga in 10 days ? I m in a similar situation as yours so would be great if you can advise

  19. amita pandey says:

    hey hi…. great article… there’s not even a single word i missed.. it is my sister’s wedding…. i was little skeptical to visit chandini chowk on a summer day … thank you for awesome suggestions.

  20. Vineet Hassija says:

    I bought a lehenga at Sunehri Chandni chowk and I tried to use your promo code for 5% discount and i was told that this is no longer valid. However i got a text back from the above number “You have earned an extra 5 percent off at sunehree CHANDNI chowk . Show this message at the billing counter to recieve your extra discount”
    Still I got no extra discount. Please look into this.
    Vineet (09891122536)
    Date of purchase :- 3/4/2015

  21. Ami says:

    Hi Mehak,

    Thanks for such an informative blog. We are after a specific Sabya replica and we would really appreciate if you could tell from your experience where exactly could we find it in Delhi? Also, as we are not from delhi, if we get it stitched how long do you think it should take for them to get it ready for us? I could forward a picture of the lehenga that we are after if you could kindly provide your e-mail address?


  22. sanjana murya says:

    here I want to tell you about candani chowk is the shopkeepers are so rude.if you are going to buy your marriage lehnga from any shop of chandi chowk they will tell you they can only give you after 1 and 1.5 months ..but never give them too much time for your lehnga..they are liars..if you have your marriage on 15th may and you are buying your lehnga on 13 april so tell them i have the my marriage date on 5th may..and i want it urgently..then they can give you otherwise they will delay you always..they never give their staff on time…

  23. Sneha says:

    Just wanted to add Anarkali Bazaar to this list – I got my wedding lehenga from there for 55k. Super good, and they are very accommodating in terms of timelines and choices. I couldn’t decide the colour of my dupatta while selecting (was confused between orange and purple… the lehenga was a red and purple) and they made both colours for me to choose from!

  24. Dyna Monterreso says:

    Thank You for this article. It really helped a lot during my wedding shopping. I was actually able to buy my sarees at much cheaper rate than expected from Ram Kishan Sarees store.

  25. Deepti says:

    I brought my engagement lehnga from mehar international chandni chowk . is it the right place for buying bridal lehnga or i should buy it from somewhere else….

  26. Haritha says:

    great site for wedding and indian fashion am a first time visitor of your blog.. astoned with your posts and pictures, want to spend some time in your blog .. thanks for sharing will visit again & again

  27. Komal says:

    My experience at Sudhir Bhai was really bad –

    Short version: These guys are definitely thugging customers. They display a piece and then take it away fromyour sight – bring it back and quote 2-3k above the first quote. They show you pieces that are well above your budget and claim that they will be discounted and brought in your price range.
    Be careful when they mention “discounts”. It means that they will reduce 1-2k Rs. which is not even 5% of the price.

    We entered the shop at 4.30pm and were made to wait till 5.30 pm so they could start showing us lehengas. After waiting for that long, the sales guy promised to show us lehengas within my budget of 40k. As he was showing us pieces, he promised that the lehengas will be discounted to bring it in our range. They were very slow in bringing out the pieces – each piece would take them 5 mins to bring. After an excruciating wait of 4 hrs, I shortlisted a piece. The price for this was quoted at 5-6k above my budget. Now given your own wedding, no one cares for 5-6k rs. in a lehenga. However, I asked for the promised discount to which the sales guy said that it was a “communication gap” and “galti se bol diya” . “Galti se bol diya toh nuksaan thodi karenge” and they refused any discounts to us. The attitude was horrible and they expected us to pay the premium for the mistake they made in communication and I ended up wasting my entire day.

  28. Anamika says:

    Hi mehak, ur posts r vry helpful…i read all the posts about weddung lehenga n jewellery etc… it helped a lot…..n i bought my lehenga frm pakeeza plaza…it was the 2nd lehenga i tried…n i knew i jst want that lehenga….thnks a lot…

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