The images above gives us a glimpse of the silk weaving loom in Kancheepuram, a city that is renowned for its crafted world famous silk sarees.
– Photography by Nirmal Ranganathan
This is too cute to pass up.
A beautiful mix of the traditional and the contemporary. This traditional Indian Bride, with henna and bindi details, is dressed in a beautiful sari and paired with her groom in a clean sophisticated black suit.
Hmm, shouldn’t the bride be wearing red for hindu wedding? Yup, if she chooses to serve cake at the wedding with a topper on it, she might use this instead.
Traditional Indian Bride and Groom Mix & Match Cake Toppers
The Contemporary Indian Bride is in a rich red dress with henna and bindi detail while the traditional groom is dressed in his sherwani. Use as a set, or co-ordinate with our Contemporary Indian Bride and Groom or any of our other Mix and Match cake toppers.
Source: Pink Frosting.
This is not a half saree!
Picture from Shilpa’s pre-holi bash for Rajasthani Royals cricket team
Sorry to disappoint you .. it is indeed a sari collection but it is a make up line and not sari line…
Inspired by the sensual and refined beauty of Indian women, this precious collection offers touches of bright, joyful oranges and pinks that are evocative of the culture’s ornate clothing and makeup. Together, the sultry shades create a seductive look expressed through a soft healthy complexion, sensual lips, and—most of all—intense, magnetic eyes.
If you want maharani pink or maharani orange, you know where to go!
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Beautifully done. – most saree vendors forget to show off the saree in different colors and how they will look in different drapes. Modern marketing and sales techniques applied to traditional clothing.
I love the image of four women in same sarees with different colors and different drapes. Nicely done by Bombay Looks Direct in London. Kudos.
<rant> Why do they feel OBLIGATED to put bindis on every model; like the model will stop breathing or her soul will leak out if she is not wearing a bindi or something. Jeeez! Here are four beautiful women in a saree and suddenly they start to look like little caricature of desi women!</end rant>
Soft laser sequence cut dana border. Latkans in paloo. All sarees come with stitched blouse size 38. Sarees are about $50 each – $50.01 if you want bindis with it.
YES, YES, YES AND YES.
If you go by the RTO rule and regulations it is mandatory.
all the motor cycle should be fitted with Saree Guard and number.
Besides, I have seen sometimes how a saree guard can be useful, including a skid launching an avenger with no saree guard very near to me, because the lady’s dupatta caught hold of the tyre. So if you plan to get any lady in kurta/saree, think twice before removing it.
One of the reasons guys like to ride bikes is to impress the ladies. Does it even make sense to have a bike where you would put their life in danger if they came close to you?