Bridal Lehengas

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Lehenga is practically a traditional Indian skirt worn with a blouse and a dupatta, which is predominantly a single piece cloth secured at the waist and carried in different ways. One will find various types of traditional embroidery work done on lehengas of different fabrics, and also with Gota patti embroidery which is very popular during the festivals and weddings. Talking about the evolution skirts, skirt or lehenga or Ghagri evolved from Bhairnivasani, which in turn evolved from the Antriya when stitched on one side became tabular and was worn gathered together at the waist, and held by a girdle. This was one of the earliest forms of a stitched skirt. It was worn using drawstring or what is locally called as nada. Although used synonymously since ancient times, unlike the lehenga, is reserved for special occasions. Now in the modern era, one gets to find a wide range of lehengas with some stunning handworks and intricate designs. Bridal lehengas are made with all the more attention and care as it is, a bridal lehenga is supposed to create a lifetime impression, a lifetime memory for someone. read more read less

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