Wednesday, 19 June 2013

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Sari or it can be spell as saree  is one of the ancient dress for indian women clothing. If you asked to the indian men and women that which is the first traditional dress in india then the first thing come in mind is the indian saree. Which is weared which solah singar with bindi(a color dot on the the middle of the forehead) chudi(bangales)kajal etc.
5 > Sherwani for Men
Sherwani is a indian men clothing which is  long coat. It is a button from the botton till the collar in length wise. The length is from collar till the knee. It adds charms and grace to the indian men. Normally weared during a special occasion.And more the taller men more the glory of the sherwani.
6> Turban
Turban is a long piece of cloth which is weared round on the head.Turbon is not weared for fashion but because it has lots of significance in the lives of indians.
 Dress in each regional culture reflect weather conditions, way of living and distinctive style which gives it a unique identity among all cultures.Pakistani dressing has similarities with Indian dressing because of pre-partition culture which was shared by these nations for thousand years but the religious factor was always there which makes a difference. Traditional Pakistani dressing also shares similarities between the ethnic groups of central Asia and ethnicities of the Iranian plateau such as the Turkic ethnic groups (i.e. Khazakhs, Uzbeks, Turkmens) and Iranic ethnic groups (Tajiks, Khorasani Persians and Pashtoons), that have been separate from the cultures of modern day Pakistan during the Durand agreement between Afghanistan and the British raj.With the passage of time Pakistanis are adapting modern dress and cultural clothing, especially in big countries.Pakistani man and a child wearing shalwar kameez.The shalwar kameez is the national dress of Pakistan and is worn by men and women in all four provinces Punjab, Sindh, Baluchistan, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and FATA in the country and in Azad Kashmir. Each province has its own style of wearing the Shalwar.The churidar is usually worn with a kameez (tunic) by women or a kurta (a loose overshirt) by men, or they can form part of a bodice and skirt ensemble, as seen in the illustration of 19th century Indian women wearing churidar with a bodice and a transparent overskirt.
Kashmiri children." Full-length studio portrait of a young Kashmiri boy and girl, in the modern-day state of Jammu and Kashmir, taken by an unknown photographer in the 1890s. These elegantly dressed children are wearing clothing embroidered with intricate traditional patterns which are said to have been inspired by the beauty of the flora and fauna of Kashmir. This beautiful area on the northern borders of India and Pakistan is famous for its woollen textiles, fine shawls and carpets which are still produced using traditional methods going back centuries.
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        
KidsLehenga Designs Image Photo Pictures 20013        

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