100% Made in Vrindavan. It is hand embroidered on Violet colour silk fabric with beautiful combination of Yellow, Turquoise & Green threads. The high quality threads are used in this outfit and made by multi talented workers of Vrindavan. It can never be dull. This outfit could match with Turquoise OR Yellow Crown and Necklace in contrast. (See Deity Crowns and Necklace Sets in Deity Jewellery page to find accessories).


NOTE: Price changes according to size and style. See Variations.


Choose your size - According to Dhoti Length.

Measure Sri Sri Gaura Nitai from waist to top of His lotus feet, with an inches ruler or tape measure. Or measure with a string then measure the length of the string.) The dhoti length in the Size section shows how long the front section hangs. That will determine the size you need. (For example if your measurement is 4"inches from waist to top of Their Lotus Feet, then you need the 4" inches dhoti size) Choose the length that is that size. 

Gaura Nitai Outfit (Violet & Yellow)

  • How To Put Their Dhoti -
    Start with the pleated sectioning in front.  For Lord Nityanand the tail should  be in your right hand and put it between the legs to the back, under the fabric  and secures with Velcro at the waist on the outside back. Make it tight and secure at the waist in front with the Velcro. (it matters which dhoti to use. For Lord Gauranga, put the pleats in  front with the tail in your left hand and put between the legs up behind the fabric and up to the waist and secure with the Velcro on the outside waist. Keep adjusting it until it is situated nicely.


    Care Instructions. Do not wash. Wipe with a damp cloth. Be careful with ironing. Use medium heat and put a cotton cloth between the iron and the outfit. 


    Please Read This - Please note that 5% to 10% variation in color is considered as normal as there are difference in the color of actual product from that seen in a picture or on screen due to light effects. Sometime photo may differ from the actual product due to reproduction limitations of photography and limitations of viewing photos at different resolutions, hue, brightness, contrast and other screen variations are out of control. Actual product received may be slightly different than the product image as handicrafts are manufactured by hand not through machines. So presence of irregularities should not be considered as defects.