Little Asia Emporium introduces discounts for festival season

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Little Asia Emporium, a leading showroom for ready-made garments, is coming up with a fabulous pack of discounts for its valuable customers to match with its reputation in its trade of saris and wedding dresses. 


Wedding saris of the latest fashions and saris for the homecoming are available with stunning discounts and salwas are offered with a discount of 30 percent till January 15. 
You can be endowed with all these concessionary prices at the showrooms in Wellawatta and Pettah. 


The Entrepreneur Award that was conferred on it for the section of decorated saris in the field of ready-made textiles at the Flame Awards Ceremony organised by the Western Provincial Council, is a token of recognition for its quality in saris imported from India.


You are given the freedom to choose your favourite saris of high-quality that match your purse and desires. The unbeaten Little Asia Emporium showrooms are brimming with various desires and patterns of exquisite saris. 


It is the definite choice of many customers who are happy with ample space and fascinating finishing. Little Asia Emporium started in 1999 is a location for fashions that suit ladies, gents, kids and all. The friendly staff satisfies the customers with a magnificent service to drive them to do their shopping of their volition. 

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