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Wedding Attire for the Brides and Grooms in Hindi Matrimony

17th January 2012
In India, a wedding embodies and symbolizes a number of rituals, customs, traditions, party and celebrations. These customs are rituals have been inherited from one generation to another. A wedding is undoubtedly a very special moment in the life of every... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar

Marathi Matrimony - A Celebration of Culture and Tradition

09th December 2011
The wedding celebrations of the Marathi people are simple, joined by relatives and close family friends in the weddings. Most of the population in Maharashtra is Hindus and falls under different caste following the Hindu Varna system. The Marathi Matrimon... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar

Enchanting Venkatagiri Handloom Hub In India

16th June 2011
The main aspect is that Indian fashion is known for its rich and diverse heritage, where each province has its own traditional apparel. Indian fashion designers tweak these various trends in the most innovative ways and give them an indo-western touch. In... Read >
Author: Raaji Mittu

Beautiful Party Wear Sarees Collections

02nd March 2011
Adarshsarees.com has a wide range of beautiful party wear sarees collections with new, latest design and style for gorgeous women. This is a great destination to buy designer party wear sarees collections. These are all new and gorgeous Indian parties ... Read >
Author: search4india

3 Things You Must Buy in India

21st January 2011
As a country, India has and various cultures and traditions. In fact it is considered that every state has different cultures and traditions. The art and handicrafts that come in from all the states are a reflection of the tradition. The kind of art and h... Read >
Author: TechSneha

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

History of Indian clothing

25th March 2010
More expensive saris had elaborate geometric, floral, or figurative ornament created on the loom, as part of the fabric. Sometimes warp and weft threads were tie-dyed and then woven, creating gorgeous bridal baluchari patterns. Sometimes threads of differ... Read >
Author: EMFEX

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

Crepe Sarees-The Comfortable Fashion Of Today

12th November 2009
Crepe sarees are suitable for formal get together and parties. You can wear crepe sarees for any occasion but in weddings crepe saree gives a modern look. Crepe sarees make a woman look and feel attractive. The summer friendly fabrics like georgette saree... Read >
Author: Anki

History Of Sarees

02nd September 2008
Sarees The history and origin of sari seems to date back to the period of the establishment of civilization. Evidence states that women in the Indus Valley civilization used to cover themselves with a long piece of cloth, draped like a trouser. His... Read >
Author: Saiera Hilton

Wedding Gowns, Color And Style Depends On Religion And Culture

13th December 2006
A wedding dress or wedding gown is clothing worn by a bride during a wedding ceremony. Color, style and ceremonial importance of the gown depends on the religion and culture of the participants. In modern tradition, the color of western-culture wedding... Read >
Author: Victor
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