Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Perfect Bangles choice for every kind of Indian Bride.

A bangle is one of the most important ornaments that an Indian woman wears. For married women, bangles hold a special significance as they are a sign of suhaag. Bangles Hold an importance in Indian traditional bridal Jewellery. Nowadays wedding season is going on a country, so there are different types of bangles worn by brides from the different regions. Here are 6 types of bangles that the brides wear.

Sikh Bride Bangles

Sikh Bride:
The red and white chooda is traditionally for the Sikh bride and has to wear for at least 40 days after the wedding. But now it is popular and it looks good so every bride love to wear on her wedding day.

Rajasthan Bridal Bangles

Rajasthani Bride:
In Rajasthan, the brides wear ivory bangles or chooda as well. In Rajasthan or Gujarat, the bride's maternal uncle gives her the chooda in a ceremony called mameru , with red or pink bridal silk saree with red border.

Maharashtrian Bangle

Maharashtrian Bride: 
Green glass bangles are the sign of a married Maharashtrian bride. The bride wears a number of bangles like 20 and 21. They teamed with gold Kadas and thin bangles.

South Indian Gold Bangles

South Indian Bride.
In the Southern States, South Indian bride wears a Lot of Gold on D-Day in different shapes and Size. In Some communities, the brides wear green colored glass bangles with Gold ones.

Bengal Bridal Shakha Pola

Bengal Brides:
In Bengal, the new bride wears a conch shell bangle and a red coral bangle, which is locally called Shakha Pola. Apart from this there is another bangle made of iron worn in the left hand called Loha

Odisha Bridal Glass Bangles

Odisha Brides:
In Odisha, new brides wear the red glass Bangles with Golden kadha and Matti Sankha. Nowadays every bride loves to wear the matching bangles with their matching outfits.

For Indian Women, Bangles are not just ornaments. Indian women love their bangles too much and it is a part of their identity.

Monday, December 25, 2017

Virat, Anushka look Traditional Fashionable at wedding Reception.

Virushka's Grand Wedding reception in Delhi and we just cannot take our eyes off of the Cutest Couple. The Newlyweds Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli wear the Traditional outfits of Sabyasachi Designer.

Virushka Reception
We are too much proud that Anushka Sharma Choose a Bridal red Indian Benarashi Handwoven Silk Saree which designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She Looks Gorgeous in a traditional bridal look by wearing a red bindi, sindoor, flowers, Bangles, Jewellery and put the mogra flowers on her hair to complete the Indian Look.

Virat Kohli wears a Traditional Black Kurta with white Silk churidaar. A Maroon pashmina Shawl brings his outfit more elegant.
The Cute couple Looked Gorgeous and Stunning together.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Types of sambalpuri handwoven sarees of odisha.

Sambalpuri Saree names come from the Sambalpur region. Sambalpur is in the state of Odisha(India). These Handwoven Traditional sarees are made of Bhulia(weaver) family from Attabira, Bargarh, Barpali, sonepur, Padampur and many areas. These weaving sarees are traditionally handwoven which made in the process of tie and dye. This tie and dye saree is known as ikat or baandha. In this saree, they weaved various types of animals, birds, shell, wheel, flower and various designs. These saree comes in both silk and cotton. While Silk saree wears in any festival, wedding day and in any party type occasions. 

Handwoven Bomkai Sambalpuri Silk saree


Types of Sambalpuri sarees:

Bapta Sarees: It is a type of sambalpuri saree which is a mix of cotton and silk weaving.Golden colored threads are normally found in bapta sarees which gives the saree a unique look.

Barpalli Sarees: This saree specially made in a small city of western Odisha named Barpali.

Bomkai or Sonepuri Sarees: These are the pure handwoven sarees which weaved in sonepur and this saree have an attractive pallu and border design.

Pasapalli Sarees: Pasa means one type of game like a chess board. Traditionally the colors of pasa are white- red or white black squares with contrast designs. 

Try to wear the handwoven sarees which give you a comfort and graceful looks.

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Archita Sahu Looks Gorgeous in Red and White saree.

Archita Sahu is an Indian Actress and Model. She is Known for her career as an actor in various Ollywood Movies. She wears the red with white Sambalpuri Orissa handloom saree with Matching Red Blouse and spotted at Lord Jagannath temple puri. She completes her look with pearl Necklace, glass Bangles and put the ghungat which looks her lovely.

Archita Sahu in Red and White Saree

Friday, July 28, 2017

Tamanna Bhatia in traditional Handwoven Silk saree.

Tamanna Bhatia, the milk beauty of Tollywood inaugurated Malabar Gold and Diamond's store in Ananthapur. She wears a Lotus Pink and orange combination traditional Handwoven Silk saree paired with pink Sleeves high neck blouse. She completes her beauties with traditional gold jewelry and Straight with wavy hair.

Tamanna Bhatia wears Handwoven Silk saree.
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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Aishwarya Rai at Cannes 2017 & Her Princess Gown.

Most Talented and Beautiful women Aishwarya Rai looked like a real life Cinderella in a Michael Cinco gown at the Cannes Film Festival 2017 red carpet. She wears a beautiful off shoulder Light blue gown with a plunging neckline where the dress looks like a perfect ballroom dress from the waist down. She looks so outstanding in this gown.

Aishwarya Rai


Monday, May 22, 2017

Rakul Preet Singh's Traditional Look •

The cutest Bollywood Yaariyan , actress Rakul Preet Singh looked gorgeous and simple by wearing a light blue handwoven kanjeevaram silk saree accessorized with a pair of Handmade jhumkis. Straight hair and a blue bindi finished off her traditional look!



Rakul Preet Singh