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Month: August 2019
Do you plan to visit New Zealand? Starting from 1 October 2019, most visitors to New Zealand will now need to request a NZeTA (New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority) to gain access to the country. The ESTA-style visa waiver has been introduced to screen travellers […]
India fashion from wholesale Sarees catalog, browse a top quality selection of traditional India women clothing. The Jama outer garment was popularized during the Mughal Empire. The garment’s shape mimics a tunic, and it has a tight bodice and a skirt which flares out from the waist. The Jama has long sleeves and the ties are fastened under the armpit. The garment’s ends are decorated differently from the rest of the fabric. Less popular among the traditional dresses in India, the Jama is mostly worn in Kutch region of Gujarat and Rajasthan where it has been modified over the years to different forms of garments.
There was a phase when Indian traditional dresses took a backseat in the fashion world, and there were many reasons for this. But, slowly, and then all at once, they started to make an appearance everywhere; and now, going the desi way is not so boring or uncool anymore. We have brands to back us up and designers who have come up with so many options that it kind of gets overwhelming to choose just one. I now wait for an opportunity to doll up in Indian dresses, and never let go of a chance to wear these. But, do we know all there is to know about ethnic wardrobe staples? No? We’ve got this. Bring out the desi girl in you and do a little happy dance, because we are going to talk about just that. Purchase online at Wholesale Salwar Kameez.
Hair, jewelry and skin adornment complement the flowing and often textured and embellished clothing. Indian women groom long tresses with coconut oil, often growing their locks below the waist. Both men and women wear jewelry, including everything from toe rings to necklaces, and they adorn their foreheads with decorative bindi or dots, in red or black. These markings have significance in Hinduism and vary in shape and size depending on the occasion or social position of the wearer, and some non-Hindus wear them for decoration only.
The Saree is one Indian dress that enjoys worldwide popularity. The UNESCO praises it as “valuable Indian contribution to the world’s cultural heritage and diversity”. Artisans across the country make use of locally available resources to produce sarees, which are a masterpiece in their own self. The beautiful weaves and designs on sarees makes one wonder about the creativity of these weavers. Different regions of India have different specialty and variety of sarees. Though there are several varieties, the famous ones are Chanderi and Maheshwari from Madhya Pradesh, Banarsi saree (which have brocade work), Paithan in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra has kept alive the 2000-year old traditional method of weaving Paithani sarees using pure gold threads and yarns of silk. The other types of sarees are Andhra Pradesh’s Pochampally saree or PochampalliIkat, in which skillful weavers create geometric patterns in silk, Assam is home to rich golden colored Muga silk, the finest of India’s wild silk sarees. Kanjivaram and Patola are also the finest silk sarees in India.
Meghalaya have three main tribes Khasi, Jaintias and Garos, and traditional dress of each tribe is peculiar. The traditional Khasi female dress is called the Jainsem or Dhara, both of which are rather elaborate with several pieces of cloth, giving the body a cylindrical shape. The traditional Khasi male dress is a Jymphong, a longish sleeveless coat without collar, fastened by thongs in front. A Garo woman also wears a blouse and an unstitched ‘lungi’ like cloth which is known as ‘Dakmanda.’ It is fastened around the waist. Both Garo men and women enjoy adorning themselves with ornaments. The women of Jaintia tribe wears a velvet blouse along with a sarong called ‘Thoh Khyrwang’ which is wrapped around the waist. Source: https://agarwalfashion.in/.
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