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Now and then i think of the underlying philosophy of clothes and how markedly this differs from country to country but haven’t sat down to pen a deeper piece. So I have kind of relied on extracts as preliminary thoughts. … Continue reading
And those pieces of asymetrically aligned hair jewellery.
A saree break. The previous modifier of dress – especially in North India – was of course Islamic rule. There is a great deal of variation within this from fitted tunics to serious trouser flares. These styles live on … Continue reading
The Parsi Style (First Pic) The Brahmika Sari (2nd pic, Suniti Devi of Cooch Behar with an additional stole/veil over the sari pinned with a brooch) and 3rd picture Rokeya Begum in a simpler version) The Nivi/Madrasi style (Last Pic)