Mora translates into “Mine”, and is an organic extension of its Founder Designer Ritika Mittal’s quest to revive the withering handloom tradition of Indian textiles, among the world’s finest. Driven solely by Ritika’s own passion for the preservation of the intrinsic beauty in all things natural, Mora designs are an eclectic collage of influences from various regions of India: a handful of Ahomiya jungle mist, the tickling laughter of Kutchi women, the spicy wet earth of Kerala and the booming railroad whirring of Punjab’s song and dance.
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Saris and navels are hot topics of conversation on many an Indian bulletin board. To show or not to show — of course that is the big question for women. And what do men think? Well, the gentlemen prefer to ogle – and if you don’t believe that, check out the picture on the left (click picture for better view!). Note Shilpa Shetty’s navel in the low rise sari is the center of show!
A well toned midsection, with a nice navel, particularly pierced, with some delicate jewelry, is of course, a very sensuous sight. With saris, the best way to show off a navel is to wear a see-through chiffon sari. It is infinitely more sexy to have a diaphanous covering, than to just stick out the midsection.
With the brewing national (and international) obsession of navel watching, we thought we would declare our own Saree Dreams Best Navel Awards!
The Saree Dreams Best Navel award winners are:
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Best All round navel star in a saree: Shilpa Shetty
Best pierced navel women in sarees: Reshma Bombaywala and Ayesha Takia
Nicest navel and abs : Nisha Kothari
Honorable mention for sexy sari navels: Rani Mukherjee, Meera, Payal Rastogi, Anushka Shetty and Bhoomika Chawla