sherwani for Grooms in Pune or Mumbai

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Hi,

Guys I need your help. I want to buy good and decent looking groom sherwani for my wedding. Please suggest me places in Pune or Mumbai. I am not experienced in sherwani's. My budget is less then 30K. My wedding is on 30 April so please guys suggest some places.
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Originally Posted by ajaydubey View Post Hi,

Guys I need your help. I want to buy good and decent looking groom sherwani for my wedding. Please suggest me places in Pune or Mumbai. I am not experienced in sherwani's. My budget is less then 30K. My wedding is on 30 April so please guys suggest some places.
I do not recall the name- but there is a boutique at Shorabh Hall near Jahangir hospital.

There are quite a lot of options in Pune unless you want to confuse your brain by visitign 100 shops and seeing 1000 options
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Try JaiHind in Pune... there is a huge store in Lakshmi road
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There are lot of places in Pune like
Jaihind (Rate : Budgeted)(Sadashiv Peth, Pune-411030)
Manyavar (Rate : Best)(Shop No 13 &14, Huzurpaga Building 689, Bajirao Road, Narayan Peth, Pune - 411030)
You can also find a good Shervani in local Boutique.

I would suggest you to visit Mumbai as you will be having latest fashion with good options.
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Have you conidered renting, as I do not think many people will use it much after the wedding. My brother bought one for his wedding in 03, designer one cost him over 3000 pounds. Now its just gathering dust.
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#6 Mar 4th, 2011, 15:56
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I am agree with JOHNLORD.

If you are not preferring on Rent then you might choose something which can be easily convert to Normal Cloths. Like you can opt for easily removable Embroidery Scarf, Sleeves or something like that.

Now a tradition of Really Heavy Short Open Button Curta And Dhoti is also there.
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While I agree cent percent with John and Rushi, I cannot ignore the whole pompous indian wedding.

The Indian groom will never rent his wedding dress- he might use it agin or not. but he will BUY it.


And as per the budget by the OP - He surely wont find much of interest in Jaihind or other like Mall like stores.
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Manyavar is really a nice place to find such cloths but I would strongly suggest to find something in Mumbai there are lots of good shops in South Mumbai, Bandra Linking Road and Inorbit.
#9 Mar 4th, 2011, 18:05
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I agree with John.. Recently one of my close friend got married. At that time, we were also thinking on same lines.. We came up with an idea to collect wedding dress from all friends who are married and start to give them on rent .. It would be a great business!!
Ajay would have been our first customer
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#10 Mar 7th, 2011, 14:10
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Sushant it seems to nice business, but how many Wedding Cloths do you have, say 50.

Do you think 50 are enough as size, style, regional value everything is different?

And Ajay has 30K of budget so I do not think he is more interested in taking it on Rent.

But really a nice Idea.
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In Mumbai, there is a shop called Khatri in Borivali West, where you will get a good range of sherwanis..They have them sorted by budget to make it easier for you

Be prepared to spend some time and effort though..Or plan to go really early in the day. like 10.30 in the morning when they open. During the afternoon/evening, if there is too much crowd inside, they may give you a token and ask you to wait outside! So, only go if you have the capacity for such waits..
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Thanks All

Thanks all for wonderful suggestions.

JOHNLORD -- Its true that the wedding dress normally taste dust more than skin But like me every one knows it. Still people go for buying one instead of renting. This varies people to people and i am one of those who will buy.


rushijoshi -- Thanks for sharing the stores and address as well. What about stores in Pune.

Also there is one site http://www.jodhpuri.com/ and they have good collection. Only issue that they deal online and i am not sure whether to buy or not. Had anyone tried this before?

Thanks Guys
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Best luck for your search Ajay!!
#14 Mar 10th, 2011, 15:46
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try Marwad at laksmi road next to Jaihind, they also have a good variety of shervanies.
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Thanks All of you... i got what i was looking for from jaihind Aundh showroom.

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