The first reason for loving their collection is the mix of tradition and modernity, the second and most important reason is the durability of their fabric of the saree, attractively designed and available at an affordable range. Taking the current situation into accountability wearing a mask is considered as the new normal. So in this puja why just stick to matching blouse with the saree when we can have the matching masks as the new in with a price range varies from 400 to 450 rupees only.
Gone those days when western attires only used to have pockets, now in this century no longer anybody has to think about carrying anything extra while wearing a saree because Minu has come up with their new uniquely designed saree with a pocket in it to carry all the essentials. This latest addition to their saree collection is priced around 560 rupees.
Minu Saree is well known for their tant weaving saree and keeping the trend in mind they have manufactured the tant sarees in the subtle design of Dhakai jamdani using golden threads which is very popular now priced at only 425 rupees.
Minu saree is for the women of all the age and keeping this in mind they have launched their “Shwetashari” collection for all the elderly customers who like to keep it low with mainly white when it comes to choose their attires. This brand new collection with gala border boutique print is priced at only 400 rupess.
Apart from these, they also have floral printed and half half printed saree in store at a minimum price of 370 to 400 rupees only