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Established in 1980, Rajwada by Rama Sarees is an epitome of royal tradition, enmeshed into precisely crafted menswear like Sherwanis, Jodhpuri suits, Bespoke shirting, Bespoke Suits, Indo-western and Designer Kurtas.

At Rajwada, we venture to pick high-quality raw materials from across the globe and mix it with impeccable craftsmanship to align with our ideology of delivering you clothing that reflects the best in you in every occasion. Whether you’re looking for something to wear in an evening function, office or something to wear on celebrational meet you can visit us.

About Us

Chikankari

Chikankari is a delicate and intricate embroidery style that is believed to have been introduced by Nur Jehan, the wife of Mughal emperor Jahangir. A chikan piece is created by block printing patterns on it. Craftsmen then embroider stitches along the pattern, and the finished piece is later washed to remove traces of the prints.

Phulkari

Punjab’s Phulkari is the embroidery of flower motifs on fabric. The stitches are embroidered on the reverse of the cloth so that the design takes shape in the front. The fabric used is usually a hand-spun or natural-dyed khadi cloth. The contrast of bright colors on a lighter colored fabric is what makes this embroidery stand out.

Rajasthani patchwork

Amidst a sea of sand and never-ending arid land, the Rajasthani people, with their bright colorful clothes stand out like a green oasis. It’s a basic craft that stitches together small pieces of cloth in a decorative pattern to form the topmost layer of the piece with layers of cloth padding underneath. And voila! You have a treat for the eyes.

Zardozi

An ancient art of sewing gold and silver threads on a fabric, Zardozi comes from the land of Persia. An embroidery that was once used to embellish royal garments, the art flourished in the 17th century during the rule of Mughal emperor Akbar. Original Zardozi work used gold and silver threads as well as pearls and precious stones, and the choice of fabrics too had to be royal. Hence, plush velvets and rich silks complemented this rich embroidery.

Kantha

One of the traditional embroidery styles practiced in Bengal and Odisha, Kantha work is known for its simplicity. Characterized by motifs of birds, animals, flowers and everyday activities in a running stitch format with short gaps.

Kashidakari

Kashidakari, more popularly known as Kashmiri embroidery, evolved under the patronage of Persian and Mughal rulers. While not much is known about the origins of this craft, legend has it that a Persian sufi saint brought the skill to Kashmir.

Aari

One of the most famous forms of Kashmiri embroidery that deserves a special mention is Aari. Aari embroidery, also known as crewel work, is a specialty of Kashmiri artisans. Created in fine, concentric rings of chain stitch using a long-hooked needle called the crewel, it is a form of very fine embroidery that involves elaborate and intricate floral motifs favored by the royals.

Mirror work

An ancient art of sewing gold and silver threads on a fabric, Zardozi comes from the land of Persia. An embroidery that was once used to embellish royal garments, the art flourished in the 17th century during the rule of Mughal emperor Akbar. Original Zardozi work used gold and silver threads as well as pearls and precious stones, and the choice of fabrics too had to be royal. Hence, plush velvets and rich silks complemented this rich embroidery.

As a result of this perfectly textured global fabric and regional craftsmanship blend, we are able to infuse royal lineage in all our creations and personal assurance of bringing the delightful experience in all our ethnical clothing.

Carefully Handpicked Raw Materials

We know that a right couture outfit begins with the best quality raw materials – a fact that we would never compromise over. Our process starts by procuring specially sourced yarns of luxuries Irish linen, English wool, Mulberry silk from around the globe, and then spinning it with an optimum number of turns in its twist in order to get perfect texture, highly comfortable and crease resistant fabric for all our meticulously created signature pieces.

Aesthetically pleasing designs

Our design team conscientiously keeps the track of all global and local trends to give our creations a shape which not only helps you keep up with the global trends, but also brings alive your personality by exhibiting the best of you.

Bespoke creations

We at Rajwada honor the vibrancy of human body types and with our craftsmen using methods like half-canvas construction for perfect body silhouette and pad stitched lapel for the natural role at the front. You can always count on us for the clothing that fits your fit irrespective of your size and shape.

By precisely performing all the fine steps our craftsman creates superlative final creation for your wardrobe and deliver it with affirmation of “Unleashing the true Maharaja feeling in you”.

Whether you’re after ethnic wear or office wear, we welcome you to walk in and browse through our solitary creations at our showroom

196, Showroom, Shri Ram Rd,
Aminabad, Lucknow

Lekhraj Palace, Faizabad Rd,
Bhoothnath Market, Sector 5,
Indira Nagar, Lucknow

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