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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 >

Today’s’ Salwar Kameez Designs

03rd June 2010
The Salwar kameezes are popular worldwide and its reputation has reached to every nook and corner of the fashion world. It is also one of the most popular and comfortable dress in the Indian society. The flexibility in the color and the design has added a... Read >

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 >

Patiala Shalwar Kameez

23rd April 2010
Salwar kameez dressing was originated during early Mughal times Fashion in the mother land and in the neighboring countries has widened. It is widely believe that Salwar Kameez was originated from Afghanistan and was spread out in neighboring countries es... Read >

Variety of Lehenga Cholis through Fabrics

13th April 2010
The Indian Lehenga Choli can be made out of a wide variety of fabric. Consequently they can be classified into different categories based on the fabric used. The categories are: Silk Lehenga Silk Lehenga is never goes out of fashion, made form silk it ... Read >

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 >

Styles of Bridal Lehenga

15th March 2010
While talking about traditional Indian bridal outfits, the first things that come to your mind are saris, salwar kameezes and of course lehenga cholis. While the sari is the most popular wedding dress in India, North Indian brides still prefer wearing a l... Read >

The Colour Symbolism in Indian sarees

04th March 2010
Colours are an important thing to consider in any kind of attire and in a colourful country like India; hue plays probably the foremost role. Since the Vedic times, colour symbolism in Indian sarees has been playing a very important role. In Sanskrit, ano... Read >

The Venkatgiri Sarees of Andhra Pradesh

11th February 2010
If you thought the Indian culture manifested itself only its magnificent architecture comprising temples and monuments, then you are probably unaware of the rich textile heritage the country boasts of. Of all the important facts, the one that needs specia... Read >

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 >

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 >

Indian Bridal Sarees - Your Dearest Ensemble

12th November 2009
Wearing Indian bridal sarees imparts an air of sensuality and sophistication, which best describes the mood it may give to those who wears and beholds them. With the rich array of accessories to underline a saree, the wearer's splendor will surely radiate... Read >

Paithani Sarees of Maharashtra (India)

10th November 2009
Have you ever imagined a story narrated on a saree? India and its garments, especially sarees have been the bed of seamless creativity. Acknowledged all across the globe as a 'poem' hand woven onto silk and gold backgrounds, Paithani Sarees are the ultima... Read >

Cotton Saree - Origin and Evolution

03rd November 2009
Indian Sarees are illustrious among women across the world. The main forte of wearing a Saree is that it accentuates the beauty of a woman. Generally, the length of Saree is between 5 to 5 and half meters. According to their ethnicity and customs, Indian ... Read >