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Wedding Party Lehenga: The Royal Expansion of Fashion

Introduction

An Indian wedding witness,an extensive bundle of clothes, worn by the bride, bridegroom and the other people attending the wedding - these attires include Sherwani, Saree, Lehenga, Anarkali, Dhoti, Kurta, Sharara, Salwar,Kameez, etc. Gorgeous clothing along with hefty jewelry is equally important as that of the wedding rituals. Not only the couple, but the guests and relatives are also seen dressed up to the nines. Wedding rituals continue for a few days, and so does its mesmerizing fashion. A variety of apparel with different colors represents an alliance between two souls and the era that follows it.

Divided By Religion, United By The Wardrobe:

India is one of the most diverse countries one will ever find, with numerous languages, cultures, and outfits. Different religions bestow contrasting rituals of a wedding. But the wedding attire remains common for a few religions. In contrast to the Hindu weddings, which continue for several days, Muslim weddings last a single day. But, in both wedding, the brides wear Lehenga. Not only the newly wedded, but the other women attending the occasion also prefer to wear wedding party lehenga to reflect the radiance of the ambiance. The Sikh bride also dresses up extravagantly with lehenga for the auspicious occasion. Lehenga has gained enormous recognition all over the nation for its regal touch. The Bengali brides, whose conventional wedding outfit is the saree, have switched over to lehenga.

Beautifully Handcrafted Intricate Lehenga:

Nomenclature of lehenga transforms with different languages. It is usually known as Lehenga or Ghagra in Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Kashmiri, and Gujarati; Pavadai in Tamil; Lacha in Malayalam; and Langa in Telegu and Kannada. Long, embroidered and pleated wedding party lehengais worn as the bottom portion of a choli. The fabrics preferred for making dazzling lehenga are silk. It is further embellishedwith decorative stitching patterns. Embroidery works like- Gota, Chikankari, Shisha, Phulkari, Zari, Zardousi, Nakshi, Kundan, etc. are few of the distinguished patterns.

Conclusion

The traditional lehengas have taken a new turn, after the introduction of various types of patterns. A-line lehengas are tight around the midriff and spread out at the bottom. Long jacket with lehenga gives a modern touch to the attire. Flared lehenga, with voluminous pleats and Mermaid lehenga with the fishtail bottom, has added glory to the trend. Other variations of lehengas are- Panelled Lehenga, Double Flare, Trail Lehenga, Sharara Lehenga, etc. This majestic outfit, which started its era from Mughal Empire, continues to dominate the fashion world with its rediscovery of traditional designs and patterns.