Our nation’s epic dates all the way back to 2500BC, generating
evidence for centuries old cultural and traditional jamboree and hence
it comes to no shock that our ethnic antiquities shine brighter than the
sun in the whole world. Here at KALI HOUSE, our goal is to bloom that
very ethnicity into these modern time buds. The one podium
destination which brings together a huge ethnic wear collection to your
doorstep, freeing you of all the shopping hassle and keeping you and
your loved ones safe.

We offer exquisite range and variety of traditional wear like Designer
Lehengas and Sarees, Kurits for festive occasions as well as daily wear,
ethnic gowns to fulfill your fairy tale dreams with a hint of Indian twist,
Pallazo Pants and even Mughal era inspired Anarkali suits. The party
does not stop here; we also bring you an iridescent collection of Bridal
Lehengas, gowns and many other festive wears. There are also vigilant
efforts by us to keep you upto date with our fusion collection of Indo-
Western Collection. To cater your trendy taste buds we stay updated
with all the fashion trends and works posing thousands of choices to
choose from, compare to or even match it to create your own look and
make those heads turn!
No need to bargain your fortune anymore because KALI HOUSE brings
you not only a variety in stock but tons of offers, festive discounts and
deals. We make sure that your wish list does not remain just a wish list
but is carried forward to the cart and then straight to your home with
paramount care and safety. Ethnic wear shopping is now made hassle

free- just select your outfit, customize your size, pattern, color, price
range, and execute delivery. We hope to suffice the trendy needs of the
youth as well as the charisma of all the ladies out there.

At KALI HOUSE, we aim to keep the flame of our age old traditions
burning by merging it with the very technology of today; the World
Wide Web. It’s our endeavor to bring out the transcend of the past with
the current fast track world.
“I take thee day as a gift by the divine, for there must be a reason it’s
called the ‘Present’.”