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India’s diverse and limitless ethnic clothing repertoire leads one to fabrics, weaving techniques, embellishments, wearing styles and accessories of numerous kinds often mushrooming out in different versions from a single state. From the Lucknawi Kurta and opulent Anarkali, to the humble dhoti and eternal saree, India’s clothing styles are painted in multiple layers, each intertwined into a particular way of life. Whether it’s the Gujarati style of draping a saree that awakens your curiosity, or the playful dupatta, the swirling ghagra, the omnipresent lungi or the ethnic wear of Chhattisgarh, make sure you take a sneak-peek here! Read more

Traditional Indian jewelry is divided into three distinctive heads – temple jewelry, spiritual jewelry and bridal jewelry. Temple jewelry, much like…
The Farshi Pajama was a popular Indian ladies’ dress that was worn between the 17th-20th centuries, particularly amongst Muslim Indian…