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Bhakti Lata Bija - All Silk - Blissful Blue - Gaura Nitai Deity Outfit

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Bhakti Lata BIja - (Devotional Creeper)

Hand-made in Vrindavan by ISKCON Devotees.
Best quality. Detailed, first-class embroidery. Lovely outfit! Soft, pure silk including silk lining! All sewn, not cut edges. No strings to cut. Beautiful outfit. Not stiff.
Very nice, fitted Kurta design, with 3/4 sleeve, so you can show off Their bangles.  Blissful Deep Blue, Silk fabric, and same silk lining. Silver Jari  With Red and green leaves and silver Vines embroidery, with red sparkling seed beads. Wrap style dhoti with Velcro to adjust. 
 This outfit will match best with Silver, crowns and accessories, and red and green or multi-color.  Please see in section- (Deity Jewelry, to find accessories and Crowns and Necklace Sets section for crowns). 
The Sri Radha Heart of Vrindavan Crown and Necklaces Set looks amazing with this 

Note: There is also a matching Radha Krishna outfit available...See in Radha Krishna Deity outfits section. 

Very important to measure your Gaura Nitai from Their waist to top of foot. Do not  go smaller than this size or the shirts may be too small.
See instructions below-
Choose Size
Choose your size- (according to Doti length (Waist to top of foot).
DHOTI length-
2" Inch
2 1/2" Inch 
3" Inch
3 1/2" Inch- 
4" Inch
4 1/2" Inch
5" Inch
5 1/2" Inch
6" Inch 
10" inch

NOTE: Price changes according to size 

Choose your size -according to Dhoti Length.
Measure Sri Sri Gaura Nitai from waist to top of His lotus feet, with an inches ruler or tape measure. Or measure with a string then measure the length of the string.) The dhoti length in the Size section shows how long the front section hangs. That will determine the size you need. (For example if your measurement is 4"inches from waist to top of Their Lotus Feet, then you need the 4" inches dhoti size) Choose the length that is that size.

Care Instructions. Do not wash. Wipe with a damp cloth. Be careful with ironing. Use medium heat and put a cotton cloth between the iron and the outfit.