OWNER NAME – KRISHAN MOHAN AGARWAL
HISTORY OF CHHANGAMAL
ABOUT KRISHAN MOHAN AGARWAL
Krishan Mohan Agarwal is a self-made businessman who has been expanding his business in the field of chikan industries. He has been working constantly on expanding his business in different ways. He has modern approach towards business and his goal is to make it a big name in the market. He believes in hard work and dedication towards his work that has made him successful so far.
About Chhangamal chikan industries was established in “1897”, initially the firm was involved in the production of caps but gradually diversified into fabrication of ‘angarkhas’ Kurtas, sarees etc, based on customer preferences. Since then, the brand Chhangamal has become synonymous with premium and handcrafted ethnic wear that showcase the traditional Chikan embroidery in contemporary designs. Presently, chikan designed items include dining table covers, bed sheets, gents shirts, ladies suits, sarees, bottoms, dupattas and more.
Chhangamal is a prime shopping destination for locals and domestic tourists alike. With a focus on providing quality material, exceptional embroidery and designs that suit individual preferences, it’s no wonder that Chhangamal has become the prime shopping destination for chikankari lovers and ethic wear.
Whether you’re looking for traditional chikan clothing or modern fashion, Chhangamal has something for everyone. From traditional chikankari suits and dresses to contemporary tops and pants etc, Chhangamal has an extensive collection of products at competitive prices.
HISTORY OF CHIKANKARI
Chikan name is originated from a Persian term called Chakin that means Kashitakaari (embroidery).
Nur Jahan wife of Jahangir, a very talented lady started this craft of replicating the beautiful eccentric carvings done on the walls of the empire to the fabric with the help of needle and thread. She taught the art to several villagers. From then, the villagers started making Do-palli topis (caps) and Angarkhas and decorated it with intricate designs using combinations of Chikankari stitches. They followed a trend of gifting these hand-made topis and Angarkhas to Nawab Wajid Ali Shah.
Meet Our Team
Our team is made up of experienced professionals who have worked in the chikan industry for years. We know the ins and outs of the industry and can help you find just the right product to meet your needs.
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