Khada Dupatta

My passion for the traditional Hyderabadi clothes and embroidery naturally translated into designing dresses for my local clientele here. I’ve been designing clothes for my friends and family from time immemorial and now I have decided to extend my services professionally with the help of my daughter who brings the modern touch to my traditional approach.

I have a good team of karigars and embroidery artists working for me both in Hyderabad and Lucknow, who could produce intricate zardozi, naqshi, mukaish/kamdani, dabka and aari embroidery on depending on the taste and preference of my clients well within the deadlines.

I beg to differ from the countless commercial enterprises we find at the Patthergatti and Lad Bazar areas of Hyderabad, primarily because I wish to give my clientele a piece of art, custom made to their exquisite taste – a timeless heritage that they can not only treasure but pass down from one generation to another.

What Clients are Saying

Mrs. Anjum is probably the best and the most unassuming designer to work with. She has an eye for innovation within the walls of tradition and heritage. She is so easy to talk to; if you tell her Rs. 15,000 is all I can invest in a khada dupatta and still I want the best, she’ll make for you a khada dupatta that you find so hard to believe is anything less than Rs.40,000. She will give you the best you can get in Hyderabad.

– Mehreen Mehdi, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad

“My wedding got fixed in a jiffy and I had only one month to get my khada dupatta designed and shipped across to Chicago. Mrs.Anjum not only kept in touch with my through email, sent me pictures of the color she is working on, the masala she has chosen, the measurements, the ghoonghat etc. She always ensured she kept my preference as her top priority. I got my khada dupatta a week before my wedding celebrations began and I when I unpacked the dress I tried it on, I knew it was my dream wedding dress.”
– Afreen Syed, Chicago, USA


“I’m passionate about bringing the highest level of quality and creativity to every ensemble that I work on. I’m always interested in the preference and the budget constraints of my clients while designing their trousseau.

I’m a sucker for good company, good information and good clothes – and anything that brings me a little more of any of those makes me a happy person.

My goals for the next handful of years are weave more dreams for the brides who wish to wear the most unique and exquisite yet traditional Khada Dupatta, Peshwaz or Gharara for their weddings.

– Anjum