Indian August Diwali Offer: Get Flat 30% Discount On Fabrics (Running Material)

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Hey gorgeous girls and beautiful ladies, get a flat 30 % Diwali off on fabric (running material) at Indian August Online Store www.eindianaugust.com.

Hey gorgeous girls and beautiful ladies, get a flat 30 % Diwali off on fabric (running material) at Indian August Online Store www.eindianaugust.com. The running material include Brocade, Mashru Silk, banarasi Silk, Tanchoi Silk, Block Printed Cotton and Cotton Silk. So, don't miss the opportunity.  


You can buy Ajrak Block Print Cotton Fabric and Banarasi Silk Fabric in various colors for multipurpose use. You can use these printed cotton cloth to make Kurtis, Salwar Kameez or any other needs as per your choice. The prices are for per meter of fabric. These fabrics are available in Whole Meters only, so you cannot buy 1/2 meter or 3/4 meter. So, add the number of Whole meters needed to the Cart to order.  


The marketing manager of this store said, “ Indian August is a niche online store for all your fabric needs. The store offers a complete range of fabrics, which can be used in Sarees, Salwar Suits, Party Wears, Ethnic Wear and many more.” For more information click here.” https://www.eindianaugust.com/fabric/running-material

How to avail Flat 30% OFF On Fabric @ Indian August :

  • Click on the fabric category

  • Add any running material to the cart

  • Fill/Update your shipping details carefully

  • Make payment

About  Indian August

A 7500 sq ft lifestyle store, is situated in the heart of Sector 18, market block, Noida. The store is spread over four floors of exclusive range of modern-day lifestyle products reflect the current trends in fashion, interiors and art. The store showcases the best talent as well as exploring new aesthetics, blending traditions and the contemporary with sophistication. Indian August promises to provide platform for free expression of artists, crafts enthusiasts, designers and revivalists who integrate Indian handcrafted traditions to reflect a contemporary vocabulary. Our prime aim to build a symbiotic relationship between the artisans and the urban market.

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