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DEDO9030

Blissful Purnima - White - Gaura Nitai Deity Outfit

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Hand Made in Vrindavan by ISKCON Devotees.-  IMPORTANT-Choose your size -according to Dhoti Length. (NOT KURTA Lenthg) -(Measure from navel to top of foot.) That is the size you need. Read all-
Soft Sheer white Silk with soft white thin cotton lining. Not stiff.
Fully framed with glistening, hand-stitched embroidered edging.  No strings to cut. Fitted Kurtas (Shirts) And nice belts that may be used with other outfits.  This outfit would match with Silver or Gold color accessories. It's unlimited. 
Please see in section- (Deity Jewelry, to find accessories, and Deity Crowns and Necklace Sets)

This outfit is simple and sweet and you can embellish Their outfits with ruffle trims, sequin, rhinestones, crystals or anything you like. Simply glue on the trims with fabric glue. (Gently put glue on the trim edge and face the ruffel forward and glue it onto the skirt or the chadar as you like.  Use same color or other colors
NOTE: See trims in this section. (Trims Coming soon

Mix and match with your other outfits. Embellish it with your own jewels, Have fun with Jewelry. Very sweet colors and design.

See Matching Radha Krishna and Jagannath Baladeva Lady Subadra outfits.


NOTE: Price changes according to size

PLEASE READ- (Very Important) Do not go bigger or smaller or the shirts will not fit.
Choose your size -according to Dhoti Length.
Measure Sri Sri Gaura Nitai from the waist to the top of His lotus feet, with an inch ruler or tape measure. 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 that is that size.

Choose Style Then
Choose  Dhoti Size   

2 " Inch
2 1/2" Inch

3 " Inch
3 1/2" Inch

4 "  Inch
4 1/2" Inch

5 " Inch
5 1/2 Inch

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.

NOTE: See the matching Kurtas with one arm up and one arm down for those Deities with one arm up and one arm.