Karnataka is known for its magnificent temples with intricate designs and architecture. If you are visiting the state, make sure you visit its temples. Well, another thing that Karnataka is known for is the saree. The popular showroom has decided to combine both the specialties of Karnataka into one in its new launch in Bangalore. Mugdha, HSR Layout showroom, Bangalore is an ancient temple themed showroom and a must visit.

A temple themed showroom

If you walk on the HSR Layout road, you can see a huge temple written in Mug there. Well, don’t get confused because this is not a temple but a temple themed textile showroom. We know it’s hard to believe looking at the pictures, but it’s true. As soon as you step inside you will feel like entering a temple with beautiful charming designs and Lord Venkateshwara Swamy at the front. But once inside, you’ll find that this is no ordinary showroom. It is India’s rich silkmaking tradition and India’s amazingly skilled artisans. This huge and impressive architecture covers an area of ‚Äč‚Äčabout 12,000 square meters and is a symbol of tradition and culture.

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Endless variety and collection

The magnificence of the temple dedicated showroom explains that it serves an endless assortment for you to choose from. Talking about sarees, they have all kinds of silk sarees from Ikkats to Gadwals and from Benaras to Kanjeevaram. Along with traditional sarees, they have a huge collection of stunning sarees from Bandhani to Organza. They also have a ready to wear collection that includes designer lehengas, gowns and Anarkalis. At Mugh, you will find the largest collection of hand tools under one roof. It has gained popularity through social media through which they have attracted some NRI customers and some high profile customers. Today it is a successful enterprise based on its traditions.

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When will you visit?

Cover Image Courtesy: Instagram/Mugdha

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