Sari: Carrying the Indian message by travelling the World

International market is thronging with stylish single piece attire. Most of them owe their origin to the Indian saris. The Indian saris are not just limited to the Indian wedding and daily routine. They have successfully migrated to other parts of the world including Latin America, Western Europe Russian, Japan and even Caribbean. The formal setting allows the use of sari in its traditional stance. The formal draping is associated with the receptionist and air-hostess style. The times have changed! Even corporate leaders, executives and bank officials are making rave fashion statements with the Indian saris.

Here’s how the whole world is adopting the Indian sari trend with feisty attitude.

-    The United Nations
Humanitarian and amnesty programs organized by the United Nations encourage their women ambassadors to sport Indian sari whenever they are in the Indian Subcontinent. The unique programs associated with the child welfare, AIDS rehabilitation, war zones and cancer. Even Breast awareness programs promote the draping of sari to signify the beauty of woman’s mind and body.

-    Taj Hotels International
The lady staff at Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces wear a richly draped 6 yards of Benarasi silk. The sari is common to all hotels across the world. The saris are hand-made by the villagers adopted by the Taj group.

-    Bengali Cultural Associations
The Bengali committees across the world are taking the trend of sari to new heights. Nothing beats the place where it all began. Dhaka! Today, Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh, a country formed in 1971 carved from East Pakistan. For centuries, Bangladesh was part of East Bengal Province and continues to prosper as a cultural hub for saris. The Dhaka Jamdani is a hand-made sari that blends well with varieties like Tassar silk, Manipuri, Khatan, Rajshahi and Benarasi silk. Even the President and Prime Minister of Bangladesh prefer the Indian sari as their formal outfit.

-    Pakistani Formals
Indian and Pakistan may be bitter rivals but when it comes to fashion sense, both countries share a mutual bonding. Other than the regular cotton shalwar Kameez, Pakistani girls prefer Indian saris for special occasions like wedding, baby shower, engagements and other formal outings. The sari is the business attire for women in up-scale markets of Karachi, Peshawar and Islamabad.

-    Nepalese Paradise
Nepali women use a special draping style to experience the beauty of Indian saris. The saris style is locally known as the Haku Patasihh. The sari is worn like a shawl draped around the waist like conventional attire. The upper part of the sari is used as a wrap and often accompanied by the woolen shawls and skives.

-     Elsewhere
Across the world, the Indian saris have been beautifully renovated into a western outfit. It can be draped with skirts and jeans. In Burma, Philippines and other South-East Asian countries use a rectangular strip of cloth to wrap around the body. It resembles a sarong drape and worn with shot blouses. Malong, Longyi and Tapis are popular sari variants found across the world.

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A look into ever popular and stylish Paithani, Chanderi and Gadwal Sarees

 India is a land of wonders, and the fact that the land has various sarees on store for one to choose from, makes it a delight for all saree lovers. Here, we take a look at ever popular and stylish top three unique sarees Paithani, Chanderi and Gadwal sarees and find out why these are loved by ladies across India.

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1 Paithani Delights:
The famous Paithani saree belongs to Maharashtra. The saree actually originates from a place near Aurangabad at a place called Yeola where this rare saree is woven into existence. These sarees require a lot of hard work, labor and skill. In order to make each piece worth being a part of your wardrobe a lot of hours, dedication and hard work goes into the saree. These sarees are known for their bright and contrast color scheme and are famous for their parrot, peacock and flower design. The magenta and peacock green and purples are usual color schemes that are used to enhance the beauty of the sari and make it look rare and unique in its own stature. The Pallu of the sari is known to have contrasting colors and the Pallu is adorned with heavy gold pattern that makes the saree look gorgeous. Paithani is a heavy saree that is woven with pure silk thread. The price range of this saree is known to be dependent on the color scheme and the use of patterns on the saree.

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2 Chanderi:
These are another category of rare saree that Madhya Pradesh is famous for. The Chanderi Sarees are cotton based sarees that are made by using pure cotton or mixing silk and cotton. The designs on the saree are inspired from the motifs on the Chanderi temple and hence the saree gets its name from the temple. The patterns are unique and the fabric is light to wear and hence it’s a preferred saree for the Indian summers. Another sibling of this saree is the Maheshwari Saree. This saree is generally found in bright colors like green or purple and come with a solid and distinct Zari border to enhance the look of the saree. This region is also famous to make Tussar block printed saree. These sarees are basically block printed on silk Tussar fabric and generally on the expensive side. The cheaper version is the Balla tinsel and Khari work saree that has metallic embroidery and is distinct and famous.

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3 Gadwal:
Gadwal saree is a distinct saree and cannot be confused with Garhwal saree. The sarees are influenced by the Benarasi saree designs. The sari is known to have self checks and borders and have Zari or Resham work on it. These sarees are available in both silk and cotton variety.
gadwal sareeThe work on the saree is done by dipping the thread in copper or gold. Loads of motifs are used to ornate the saree a few famous ones are peacock and Rudraksh.

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Top 5 tips to follow While Getting Saree Blouse Stitched

The blouse plays a vital role in deciding your look. It is one apparel that needs to be selected keeping in mind your body vitals, skin tone, kind and shade of saree you are planning to wear. It is seen that most women doesn’t take it seriously and go for readymade blouse, which at times break the look. Here, we are going to reveal 5 wonderful tips to get the best blouse for your stunning saree.

1. Decide on Design:
An attractive design of the blouse will make it standout. The design should be chosen that compliments the saree. Remember, the design keeps on evolving so it is good to go for the latest one, otherwise you will end having a same blouse design like other 10 ladies in the party. It is something that you will never want even in your widest dream, right? To find the latest designs search on fashion blogs on the internet. The other option is to take see follow B-town fashion divas like Sonam, Deepika and Alia Bhatt.

2. The right fitting:
The right fitting of the blouse is very important. Its significance can be judged from the fact that even saree marker doesn’t give readymade blouse, instead they attach blouse piece to one end of the saree. It means the wearer can get it stitched in a way that perfectly blends with the saree and her vitals. A loose fitting or tight fitting top will not only make you comfortable but also spoil the look of your saree. Hence, make it a point to get yourself correctly measure by your tailor. The area that needs attention is arms, shoulders and bust. It will help you to get the perfectly fitting blouse.

3.  Right Bra:
Bra comes up in a lot of variety. Nowadays women choose the bra keeping in mind the kind of apparel they are planning to wear. A strapless bra is perfect if you are planning to wear apparel that shows your back. Hence, when you are going to give measurement, make it a point to wear the bra that you are planning to wear with the blouse. It will help the tailor to take the right measurement of the bust area.

4. Fabric – your companion:
The choice of fabric seems to be a simple decision but it is the other way around. There are lot of parameters that you need to consider while deciding on the fabric like the fabric of your saree, season and the occasion. In winter go for a fabric like chiffon that will keep you warm, similarly for summer you can go for cotton that will let your skin breathe. The design of blouse will also help you in beating the climate.

5. Keep it Simple:
Keep the design of your blouse simple as its main purpose is to compliment the blouse. A lot of embellishments and cuts will take away the attention from your beautiful saree. Moreover, there is a probability that the heavy blouse may spoil your entire look. Here, the mantra is to keep things simple.
Now you know vitals tips that you need to take care while getting your blouse stitched. Following these will help you get a stunning perfectly fitting blouse.

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5 Quick Bridal Shopping Tips to get the Best Wedding Trousseau

The bridal shopping is fun. The bride goes on a shopping hunt with her close pals and relatives. The aim is to get the best bridal attire but at times end up taking the wrong one, which eventually causes lot of stress. Here, we are going to reveal some wonderful tips for would-be-brides to get the best attire. It will help you to have stress free wedding shopping and get a stunning bridal trousseau.

1 Decide budget:
First decide a budget, and be mentally ready to follow it. Avoid showrooms where you know that prices are pretty high. Even don’t go to such showrooms for window shopping because if you like something then it would be really difficult for you to set your eyes off. Going for online shopping is an intelligent option nowadays as you can easily get the latest bridal Lehenga within your budget.

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2 Take only one or two people along:
Well, when it comes to wedding shopping your 70 year old aunt to 17 year cousin would be equally excited to be part of the wedding shopping wagon, but remember taking so many people with your will only make things difficult. You will find it hard to voice your opinion especially when it comes to elderly aunts. Hence, just take two of your friends along with you, who can assist you with your decisions.

3 Avoid trying lots of dresses:
First decide what you are planning to wear on the big day. You have many options from heavy bridal Saree to stylish Lehenga. It is very important to be clear about the kind and style of the attire you want to buy for the big day. Once you have decided what you want to adorn then start looking for it in saree showrooms. Don’t try each and every dress as it will only leave you confused. To avoid landing in such situation try only selected dressed. It will help you to get the best deal.

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4 Be Specific about fitting:
Generally, the wedding trousseau is heavy. Things become more difficult as you need to sit, walk and touch feet of elders at various point in the ceremony. It is important that your bridal trousseau is comfortable and allows your freedom of moment. Make sure to check the comfort level before you give green signal during the trials.

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5 Don’t get allured by big discounts:
Discounts are nothing less than a big bargain. During discount or stock clearance sale the companies may offer you bridal trousseau almost 20 to 40 percent less than the actual amount. It sounds like a big deal, but wait minute before you go ahead with the deal. Most of these are stock clearance sale, it means they are selling items that did not sell over a period of time. Hence, make it a point to check dress carefully for any defect and damage. Secondly, most of the discounts are offered during off season, so it is quite possible that the bridal saree style gets outdated by the time of your wedding. Here, the right move would be to go for a timeless design.

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Tips for Preserving Your Expensive Sarees

Sarees are considered to be a prized possession for women. There was a time when women did not mind traveling to new places to get their favorite saree. The time has changed but not the passion for this gracious traditional attire. Today, the emergence of online store has certainly made online saree shopping easy. It gives saree lovers an opportunity to buy popular sarees from every corner of the country. Well, buying saree has become easy but taking care of it is still a challenging task. If you want to know how to take care of your prized saree then here are 5 wonderful tips.

Paithani Saree:
Store your classy Paithani Saree in a dry place. They need to be kept away from moisture, so you need to be extra careful with them during monsoon. Take them out and put in sunlight within every four months. Avoid using chemical protection like naphthalene balls to keep away insects. It would be a good idea to use cloves to keep away bugs.

The gracious cotton sarees needs utmost care as they have the tendency to lose color fast. When washing them for the first time, deep it in lukewarm rock salt water for 20 minutes. It will stop the color fading and bleeding. If you have dark shades of cotton saree then make it a point to wash them separately. Never, wrung your cotton saree, instead put them water tap and let the water to drain off.  Cotton Saris are known for their crispness, so to get that soak them in starch and put them to dry in shade.

Georgette & Chiffon:
Georgette and Chiffon are delicate fabrics. They need to be handled carefully otherwise might get torn. You can easily wash them at home, but make sure not to twist them to drain the excess water. Simply put them on wire in shade and let water drain naturally. When it comes to putting them in Almirah, fold them neatly and hang on saree hanger.  Make sure to take them out and refold after every 25 days in case you are not wearing them regularly. It will help in avoiding ripping.

Organza & Tissue:
The Tissue and Organza are delicate material hence machine wash is a big no. The right thing would be to get them dry-cleaned. When it comes to storing, fold them neatly and put them on saree hanger but just make sure to take them out time-to-time refold. The other way is fold them neatly in muslin and store, but here also you need to take it out time to time and change the fold lines.

Silk Saree:
The expensive silk sarees are high on maintenance. They will look like new if you take proper care of them. When it comes to washing, right move here would be to get them dry-cleaned. Store them in soft cotton as it allows the fabric to breath. The rule of changing fold that we follow with Georgette and Chiffon applies also with silk sarees. If you are not wearing them on a constant basis then take them out and refold within every two to four months. You need to careful while ironing these delicate sarees, avoid sprinkling water as it may leave stains.

These tips will ensure that your sarees doesn’t lose its sheen and make you look stunning.

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The Exclusive Summer Sarees from Different Parts of India

Sarees are basically the best wear for all Indian women that suits every season including summer. Irrespective of the scorching heat during the summer, you can easily get the desired look with the exclusive summer sarees that even helps you to acknowledge the comfort.

Variety of summer sarees
Today every woman is aware of the latest fashion trends but you may worry what to wear to avoid the uncomfortable situation due to the excessive heat. You can choose the light weight sarees that carry the suitable fabric giving you the cozy feel. Here are some variations that you can look into:

Cotton Sarees:
India is famous producing the enormous options of cotton sarees that are the most comfortable wear during summer. The sarees carry an average length of 6-6.5 yards that get easily fitted into the body. Here is a brief look onto the different variations of summer sarees:
1.    Phulia and Tangail sarees from West Bengal
2.    The Kota Doria from Rajasthan
3.    Maharashtra’s Paithani and Lugade sarees
4.    Dharamavaram and the Gadwal from Andhra Pradesh
5.    Kanchi sarees
6.    Phulkari embroidered sarees from Punjab
7.    Mysore silk from Karnataka
8.    Patola and Asavali sarees from Gujrat
9.    Bandhej and Lehariya sarees from Rajasthan and Gujrat
10.    Bandha and Sambalpuri sarees from Orissa
11.    Muga silk and Pat saree from Assam

Apart from these, you can also explore certain other options that include the light weight chikan and Dhanekhali sarees with the high quality fabric from west Bengal. The Baluchori sarees are another option that can be the perfect attire with the enchanting feminine look.

Chanderi Sarees: Basically, the Chanderi sarees have the origin since the Mughal Empire, as revealed by the history of Madhya Pradesh. Originally, Chanderi was a place where very thin Malmal attire was being weaved from which the name came out as the Chanderi sarees. The sarees carry a good combination of silk and cotton fabric making it the best one for the summer. The borders are adorned with some beautiful designs representing the innovative thread work that enhance the overall glory of the Chanderi sarees.

Maheshwari sarees: Another beautiful fabric produced at Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh and the sarees were first introduced by Queen Ahilyabai. During the 18th century, the Queen of Indore asked to stitch the 9 yard sarees that are today recognized as the Maheshwari sarees. The sarees represent the perfect royal status and is revealed that the Queen herself created the amazing designs. The gold zari works along with the plain body make the attire look gorgeous yet simple. Stripes and checks all over the saree are brilliant used that create the stunning view along with the shiny texture. The Maheshwari sarees come in different color variations and you would love to wear the beautiful one that suits you the best.

Nowadays, the printed cotton sarees also can be the suitable option to achieve the desired look eliminating the worries. As an Indian woman, you can attain the prefect identity that makes you feel confident wearing the saree representing the traditional outlook.

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A look 5 Sarees ruling Fashion scene in 2015

Sarees have always been an extremely versatile form of garment. For ages, it has managed to grow its craze amongst women whether young or old.  Irrespective of age, women seem to dote on saris and still consider it to be one of the most sought after clothes of all time. In terms of experimenting, one can easily say that sky is the limit. A lot can be done with these 9 yards to ensure that the sari craze never goes down and keeps building up with every passing day.

Here are a few sarees design ruling the fashion circuit in 2015

1 Khadi sari:
Khadi sari was majorly launched by the famous designer Sabyasachi. He simply seems to dote on the fabric and has used it in various ways in all his collections. It is a reality, when we say that the Khadi fabric was introduced as a fashionable fabric by the designer. Slowly, with years it emerged as a fashionable sari. If you take a look at the fashion scene in 2014, you will see that the ramp was majorly ruled by Khadi Sari’s as the most preferred option for day wear.

2 Chaos :
Chaos or chaotic sarees seem to be the latest mantra amongst designers. Gone are the days. When the sarees were predefined  by a proper and distinct border , Pallu and Motifs. Today’s designers like Masaba Gupta believe in making a splash of colors on the sari and creating beauty in chaos. There is no definite pattern in these saris and it is all about a plethora of bright colors on a garment, to make it look beautiful and exciting. Many Bollywood personalities like Madhuri Dixit and Kajol seem to be doting on this trend and wearing them at various functions and parties to keep their look interesting.

3 Neon Color Sarees:
This fashion trend has stayed on since 2013. The neon color sarees that initially were a huge craze amongst the youngsters have slowly won over hearts of the older generation also. The Neon color sarees are extremely chic and fashionable to say the least. We are not saying  that you need to wear sarees completely immersed in neon colors but even light color sarees with bright neon borders will brighten up the look of the sari and make it look bright and colorful.

4 Pant Style Sari:
Earlier by pant style sari we referred to the traditional Maharashtran drape of sari called the Nawwari sari. Now, many designers have understood the importance and elegance of such looks and have come up with various pant style saris that are a huge rage amongst youngsters.

5 Gown style Sari:
Both the gown and the sari are extremely graceful and elegant form  of clothing. Imagine what would happen when both the style forms are merged to make one garment. Try the amazing gown style sari that has aesthetics of an Indian Sari but the drape and silhouette of gown. It is indeed a true blend of East meets west.

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Neon Colors takes the Indian fashion Scenario with Strom

Now days Fashion Trend is flowing in a magnificent range of attracting and dazzling neon colors. When some say “How gorgeous you look” a sense of feel good factor ripples our mind. Each one is conscious about their look and how to look special from others among the latest fashion emerging every day.  If anyone wants to steal the show and desires then the eyes should be on them exploring the real zeal of neon colors.

A look that gives a definition to fashion
When we see the Show stoppers hitting the stage wearing these eye-hitting, fresh neon colors in the fashion parade it strikes on our mind that how it will go on us.  This peppy look goes well in all form of style from kurti’s , top’s, shirt’s, kaftan’s, salwar’s and sarees. It has become the latest style mantra.  Some of the popular neon colors are pink, lime green, yellow, blue, orange, light purple, and bright poppy red.  Not only has the western attired but also in eastern dresses as in sarees these neon colors are in high demand. Ace fashion designer Masaba Gupta has created a niche for herself by using various shades of this shade in her collection.

Brightening the life of Bollywood with Neon Sarees
Most of our Bollywood stars are making a fashion statement with the attracting neon color sarees. Many celebrities can been seen in the page 3 parties, the fashion week parades, award ceremonies and even in social functions draped in a sophisticated neon saree. Bollywood actor like Priyanka Chopra walking the ramp on a lemon green neon georgette saree has the set the stage on minty refreshment. Actor Deepika Padukone has been spotted in a lime green neon saree during the promotions of the super hit movie Chennai Express.  Other Bollywood actors who have followed this trend are Kajol, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Madhuri Dhixit, Sonam Kapoor, Alia Bhat and Sonakshi Sinha. Many Bollywood songs have also featured actors in these hot chic neon colored sarees.

Fabric and Patterns used in Neon Sarees
The mostly used fabrics in neon colors are georgette and net but designers have introduced these into cotton and chanderi silk. These colored saree has an advantage to wear on nights creating a feel that a person can be marked out in the dark with the specific look. These neon colors work wonders whether they are spread all over the body of the saree or a patchy work on the body of the saree. Dark color saris like navy blue or black, bottle green and brown bordered in fascinating neon colors like orange or pink and lime green gives a classy and sophisticated look. A trend of bi colored pattern of sarees using neon colors with soft colors like ash, white beige and baby pink are also very attractive.  You can rock the party with these highly thrilling and luminous neon color sarees with a half net and half georgette body in glittered borders.

You can easily find the designer wears at any renowned online Indian wedding saree.

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Bandhani Sarees – Gracious Traditional attire for special occasion

Known to have its origin from Rajasthan and Gujarat, Bandhani Sarees are a perfect manifestation of bold colors and small-sized motifs done all over its fabric. Light in weight and soft to touch, these sarees are easy to wear and comfortable to be worn all day long. These sarees can be worn in a regular draping style or the Gujarati-right shoulder Pallu style.

Having a historic significance, right from the time of the Alexander era, these sarees have evolved in terms of the pattern as well as the fabric. These were extensively worn in the later period for wedding ceremonies and Poojas. They were considered pure and to bring good future for the bride. These sarees are made after dyeing the fabric in different colors, both man-made and natural. The Muslim Khatri community from Gujarat is known to have started Bandhani work on fabrics. Bandhani means ‘tying’ in English. The entire process of making a saree basically involves two stages- tying and dyeing.  The fabric used to make the saree is tied at different areas with threads. This tied fabric is then dyed with the desired colors. This dyed fabric can then be used to make sarees of various styles that include Leheriya, Mothra, Ekdali and Shikari. These styles differ as per the tying pattern of the cloth.

The colors dominantly used to make sarees include yellow, red, green, orange, and maroon. The saree is designed basically with a single color base, which is further designed with motifs made in multiple colors that are contrasting to the base color. The material used to make include cotton, Gajji silk, muslin, fur etc. Such sarees in Gujarat are known as Gharchola. It is a traditional and attire for Hindu and Jains females. Such sarees are gifted during weddings or festivals. Muslim and Hindu communities wear these sarees in different styles as per their cultural set up.

The fabric is dyed and embossed with peculiar motifs, either small or big-sized, done all over the fabric. The motifs generally are in the form of flowers, creepers, bells, etc. The saree is further enhanced by a golden or silver colored zari border done all over the saree. You can match up this saree with the blouse available with the fabric or a single-toned blouse. Traditional Jewelleries such as Jhumkas or Baalis go well with the Gujarati Bandani saris.

The females from the Gujarati and Rajasthani community wear different colors of this traditional attire at different occasions. Many a times the color represents the event that it is worn on. For example: A red colored one is worn during wedding or similar social functions. A yellow color sari is worn by the female when she enters the stage of motherhood. The colors play a vital role here. These saris are light in weight and soft to touch. Many housewives wear on a daily basis sarees and conduct their household chores with extreme comfort every day. These sarees have bold appearance and look youthful. These sarees are commonly seen in cities during Navratri or marriages.

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A look at Work & Achievement of Padma Shri Fashion Designer Ritu Kumar

The first name which comes to our mind when it comes to Fashion Designing in India by a lady is Ritu Kumar. This gorgeous lady was the first woman in India to bring the concept of “boutique”. She first came up with her store with uniquely designed pieces for individuals. The ancient traditional craft and fabric of India was celebrated first by Ritu Kumar in her own way. She recreated the magic of Indian embroidery and traditional craft of India for the people. The different types and kinds of weaving of clothes practiced in remotest places of India, the lost embroidery and stitch work of different states were bought back by Ritu Kumar who made traditional clothing popular amongst the new generation. She almost pioneered the fashion industry in India and made India recognised to the International Fashion Fraternity.

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A look at Achievements
Ritu Kumar was the first designer to make the ancient once lost skills contemporary in modern Indian fashion market. Her textile crafts made received huge response from people all over. She modernised the Indian embroidery heritage and reached it to every person.

Her styling and creativity gave the Indian dresses an amazing global touch. Much senior fashion worker, Ritu Kumar had bought a revolution in the fashion industry. She devoted and deployed a number of people in to this business and created employment on mass. From remotest corners of India she searched skilled craftsmen who did wonderful textile weaving, but were in darkness forever.

The Excellent Traditional Indian Fashion
The excellent Indian Zari work was again made popular by this lady who ran multiple workshops on Mughal embroidery culture and skills. Several people were made a part of this work and sarees, salwar kameez, churidars; dupattas once again came in to trend.

The heavy embroidery stitch and zari work of gold done by the Mughal people were once again bought back. Ritu Kumar also wrote a book on this research work called “Costumes and textiles of Royal India” which had all records of the Zardosi work of the Mughal Kingdom. Lehengas, heavy embroideries sarees, anarkalis became popular with the use of Zardosi work recreated by Ritu Kumar.

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A Brief Look on the Bollywood Celebrities
We can mention almost all the bollywood divas in to this list. No bollywood beauty has ever refrained herself from wearing a “Ritu Kumar”. Madhuri Dixit, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sri Devi, Rekha, Jaya Bachchan, Karishma Kapoor, Raveena Tandon, almost every Indian heroine has sported in Ritu Kumar Saree. Apart from Bollywood, her label is cherished and appreciated in other regional film industries like Tollywood and Kollywood.

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The highest achievement of this lady is the revolution of fashion which she bought in the country. Her work has effected and changed life of mass directly and indirectly. Whether it’s about sporting her designs to look fabulous or to work with her in this huge affair, lives of many has been touched by her. She has received the Padma Shri in the year 2013 which is the highest recognition in the nation in to this business.
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Apart from India, Ritu Kumar is honoured and rewarded in many other nations and fashion destination.

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