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Thank you for my amazing dresses I recently received!!! I get comments all the time about how beautiful the designs are (I have three of your designs now). I actually bought my first play clan dress a couple of years ago in Mumbai when I was working for Brett Lee's music therapy foundation (MEWSIC) at St Jude's Memorial Hospital where I worked with children with cancer and their families. I came across your amazing shop when wandering one day and the dress still looks like new after years of wear. They are of such high quality and fit so well. 

I thought I'd take a snap of the Sangeetar dress as I'm a music therapist so this dress is just perfect and the kids love all the cool designs on it too :) 

Thanks for your beautiful, unique and amazing creations!

Keep playing and making :) one of your biggest fans,

Vanessa Ropa, Australia

Hanuman Men's Tee

US$ 24
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Who would have thought that an obese baby, who attempted to swallow the sun, would grow up to become a spectacular, muscular God. And no, he didn’t compromise on his diet for the transformation. Its just that his idea of a workout is lifting mountains instead of weights! Born to the unique combo of Wind (father) and Monkey (mother), Hanuman is one helluva God. He is the mighty ape who aided Lord Rama in his expedition against the evil forces of Ravana. He has extraordinary skills and can shrink or enlarge to fit any size ranging from XS to XL. He can also run and fly at the speed of the wind!


Men's graphic printed short sleeve tee with delicate embellishment.

Material: 100% Cotton except embellishment.


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Great products! I will be ordering again very, very soon. smile emoticon
Tamara Altmann, Egypt