• Phulkari- The Embroidery Saga Of Punjab

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    Phulkari- The Embroidery Saga Of Punjab
    Phulkari, as the name suggests is a concoction of the words ‘Phul’ which means Flower and ‘Kari’ which means Work and when combined then its literal meaning is Flower Work. Buy Punjabi Phulkari Dupatta is not native to the state and was brought to Punjab from Central Asia by the Jat Tribes who migrated over there and since them this embroidery artwork wove itself...
  • The Essentials Of Punjabi Bridal Jewellery

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    The Essentials Of Punjabi Bridal Jewellery
    Wedding is the most special occasion in everyone’s life and it goes many notches higher if we are talking about Indian Wedding. Indian Weddings are celebrated with great enthusiasm and has a pop of colors with beautiful wedding attire and sparkling glint with ornate jewellery. With vast diversity in culture, Indian weddings go a long way in different regions and the most extensive one...
  • The Significance of Bridal Chura Ceremony

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    The Significance of Bridal Chura Ceremony
    A Punjabi Bride’s attire is incomplete without the red and ivory bangles. The spectacular combination of bangles adds the right shade of bling to enhance her complete ensemble. The wedding bangles are known as Bridal Chura are part of Punjabi Traditional Jewellery and is lot more than just being an accessory. Traditionally the Buy Punjabi Bridal Chura consists of 21 bangles in maroon/red and ivory/white color...
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