The answer is all of them! Whether you pick a solid colour, something floral or a dupatta with lots of work on it, dupattas can be used for a variety of different occasions. While originally worn as a symbol of modesty, the dupatta is now a stylish accessory that can be worn with a number of outfits, including salwar kameezes, kurtis, ghararas and ghagras.
The phrase, less is more, is a line from Robert Browning’s poem- Andrea del Sarto. The phrase was then adopted by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1947 as an axiom for minimalist design.
Ghagras are worn by girls and women in the states of Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, while lehengas are a more modern take on ghagras. The latter is most commonly worn during weddings, sangeets and festivals while the humble ghagra is used as daily wear by traditional women in India.
With time and patience, the mulberry leaf becomes a silk gown – Ancient Chinese Proverb. In our last article on Silk, we wrote about its history and about how its lustre and finish had made it a popular fabric among the royal. Here, we’d like to talk about the different kinds of silks you will find among our collections. Our collections at Taruni include raw silk, chanderi, taffeta and satin.
Indian history wouldn’t be the same without resham (silk). Be it our favourite romantic numbers or the majestic layers of fabric our royalties were enrobed in when having their legacy captured for an eternity in their portraits. Did you know
Bajirao Mastani has hit the cinemas today and is definitely giving another much awaited film a run for its money. There are plenty of reasons this movie made to the news pre-release: the allure of the storyline, the director’s history,
As the air gets chillier, a new nail art trend can be seen taking over the internet. And can we say that we absolutely love it? The knitted nail art is perfect for winter time, and it is totally gorgeous. Of course,