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South Odisha’s largest sarees and garments retailer Sridurga has opened its 3rd exclusive showroom at Patrapada

Bhubaneswar:28/5/19 South Odisha’s largest sarees and garments retailer and 73 years old premier family store Sridurga has opened its 3rd exclusive showroom at Patrapada in Bhubaneswar.

Sridurga has two stores in Berhampur and Raj Mahal Square, Bhubaneswar.

The grand showroom showcases exhaustive range and collection of attire for men and women and home furnishings.

On this occasion, Sridurga also introduced ‘SANSKRITI’, a floor dedicated to branded celebration wear collection especially for men.

The five storied exclusive family showroom Sridurga spread over 10000 sq ft area with ample parking space on NH 16 at Patrapada, Bhubaneswar boasts of exclusive range of sarees, branded dress materials, designer wear for men and women, bridal collection for bride and groom, suiting and shirting, and leather accessories for men & women, home furnishing etc.

On the launch of the new Sridurga showroom at Patrapada, K. Tirumal Kumar said, “Keeping in view the demand for our exclusive designer sarees and other attires from people from Bhubaneswar and nearby areas, we decided to expand our presence in this part of the capital city.”

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