Pink princessy net wrapped rida with broad sequins border along with tiny scallops at the bottom and
sequined veils all over paired with raw silk lining and pardi with broad panel and silver pipings at both the sides.
P.S- Shade of the RIDA may vary a bit due to light effects.
“Exclusive Rida” refers to a specialized and unique version of the traditional Rida worn by women in the Dawoodi Bohra community.
The term “exclusive” implies that this Rida is distinct, exceptional, and stands out in terms of design, craftsmanship, materials,
or other attributes that set it apart from standard or regular Ridas.
a sect within the Ismā’īlī branch of Shia Islam. The Dawoodi Bohras are known for their distinctive customs, traditions, and attire.
The rida is a two-piece garment consisting of a long, flowing dress and an accompanying headscarf.
The dress is usually a long gown-like outfit that covers the entire body, often in vibrant colors and
adorned with intricate embroidery or embellishments.
This traditional attire holds cultural and religious significance for Dawoodi Bohra women and
is an integral part of their identity and community.
The design and style of the Rida may vary based on personal preferences, regions, and occasions.