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Sarees Represent Indian Culture

02nd September 2010
When a painter is asked to draw a portrait of Indian women, he draws a lady wrapped in a saree. Saree is representation of Indian culture. Saree is instilled in the culture of India or it can be said saree has become identity of Indian women. Whenever ... Read >
Author: Ingress

4 Mistakes Men Make When Dating Indian Women

26th August 2010
Having helping hundreds of men around the world improve their dating success with Indian women, here are the most common mistakes they make: 1) Being the "nice" guy - Indian women are not attracted to nice guys. They are everywhere and too common. By ... Read >
Author: chandravijayanm

Dating Indian Girls

10th August 2010
I am tired of all the notions that make men believe that they need to buy women expensive dinners and jewellery to make them happy. It's like going on a first date and bringing the girl flowers and chocolate. Every girls says that is so cute and she would... Read >
Author: Rickster

Unique Ways to Drape the Indian Wedding Sari

18th June 2010
Here, we look at the different ways to drape a sari so that you can look your best at your big fat Indian wedding! The most common and basic method to drape a sari is to have the sari draped around the waist, with one end (known as the pallu) draped ove... Read >
Author: Molly Devine

Gorgeous Saree Borders enhancing the beauty

08th June 2010
The saree is an essential bit of stylist attire for an Indian woman. However, this essential piece of attire has been transformed into the everlastingly beauty that a women looks extremely gorgeous when adorned in them. To design it in simpler words, the... Read >
Author: Anki

Crepe Silk Sarees

21st May 2010
Crepe silk Sarees are suitable for every function and parties. You can wear Crepe silk sarees for any occasion but in weddings crepe sarees gives a modern look. Crepe silk Sarees make a woman look and feel attractive. In summer friendly fabrics like Georg... Read >
Author: Vivek Jha

Patterns to drape Designer Sarees

18th May 2010
Sarees are the trademarked outfit of Indian women. They are traditional outfits that are the mark of our heritage and culture. Most women in India wear sarees and every state and region has its own unique style of draping sarees. With time the method and ... Read >
Author: Anki

Indian Designer Lehenga choli and Ghagra Choli

26th March 2010
Fashion has been in town since the historical era. Starting from the ancient medieval till the modern times. Indian fashion has truly emerged from the ancient times to the modern times keeping in mind the tradition and customs and the ethnicity. With vari... Read >
Author: Anki

Mung tikka : Indian fashion jewelry

26th March 2010
The Tikka is a distinctive jewelry article that is unique to the Indian subcontinent. Traditionally the use of the Tikka was restricted for the bride. With the passage of time however the Tikka became an important fashion accessory for Indian women. Howe... Read >
Author: EMFEX

Different Forms of Indian Embroideries

18th February 2010
Indian embroidery represents Indian culture. Since years it is doing the same. Indian embroidery is popular world over and is highly liked. It is of various types and is used in the beautification of various items like bags, pillows, purses, accessories, ... Read >
Author: Oebleswan

Indian Women are Crazy for Modern Churidar Styles

09th February 2010
Churidar suits are highly preferred choice of Indian women since traditional times. Be it any female, short, long, plus size, slim or petite all love churidars a lot over salwar kameez. It's so because churidars enhance every figure equally. But with ... Read >
Author: Oebleswan

Anklets Is the Highly Regarded Jewelry by Women

08th February 2010
India is famous for its variety of jewelries. Indian women are very lucky with regard to jewelries as they have jewelries for every part of their body. Variety of Indian ornaments is earrings, necklace, bangles, anklet, toe rings, arm bands, nose ring and... Read >
Author: Oebleswan

Maheshwari saree of Madhya Pradesh

08th January 2010
The traditional sarees of the Madhya Pradesh has an unusual origin for the generous queen Ahilya Bai who once ruled the territory and designed the first saree. These sarees were originally worn by the ladies of royal status but nowadays they are availab... Read >
Author: Anki

Learn the art of wearing saree

22nd December 2009
Saree is an outfit which will never loose its charm amongst Indian women. Even they are becoming so captivating day by day that it is hard to eschew from them. Every Indian woman greatly desires them. Even saris are their one of the most prized possession... Read >
Author: Jake Smith

Ganga Jamuna Sarees of Maharashtra

09th December 2009
The grace lent by a five yard saree woven in silk or cotton and displayed in a rainbow of colors, remains largely unparalleled. The modern forms of dressing don't come even an inch nearer to it. This primary attire of Indian Women has even taken the w... Read >
Author: Web Spiders
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