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10 Indian Bridal Looks in Different States

by - May 06, 2018

10 Indian Bridal Looks in Different States

India is a diversified country and thus you would find huge diversity in terms of cast, culture and religion. This diversity reflects in the dressing and fashion sense of people. And that is the major reason why different places in 10 Indian Bridal Looks in Different States.You will be amazed to see huge diversity and difference in terms of bridal looks of different places. Thus, let’s have a quick round of Indian bridal looks in different states

 
Bengali Bridal Look 

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A typical Bengali bridal look will comprise of combination of red and golden. You will see a Bengali bride decked up in Red banarasee saree with lots of gold jewellery to accessorize her look. A big red bindi is present at her forehead and also Bengali brides have some design on their forehead in white dotted pattern.

 
Gujarati Bridal look

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This is another traditional bridal look where combination of white and red is used on the bride. Here the bride is seen wearing two sarees draped over each other. The traditional bridal saree is called Gharchora with lots of gold jewellery to go along with it.

 
Sikh Bride Look

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A Sikh bride is the one where you can opt for either a heavy anarkalis suit or a light saree. Lots of jewellery is being worn by the bride but two of the most important bridal accessories are – chooda and kalire. Also, for the entire ceremony the veil is kept above her head only.

 
Muslim Bride Look

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Here green is the dominant colour. Muslim brides are seen wearing a Jhoomar. Also, silk cloth tied with gold or silver coin on bride’s wrist by her mother is also synonymous to Muslim wedding. Other than these Muslim brides are also seen wearing floral garlands which is exposed only after their nikaah.

 
Christian Bride Look

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You will see Christian brides wearing a long white gown and carrying white bouquet of flowers accompanied by their father to the church. Many brides also opt for bright coloured saree with minimal jewellery on their special day.

 
Assamese Bride Look

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Here the mekhla chadar saree which is the traditional bridal saree of Assam is worn by the bride. The saree can be off white or off white in colour with golden detailing all over it. Maang Tikaa is considered as highly auspicious for the brides in Assam.

 
Tamilian Bride Look

Kanjiveeram saree is the focus of this look. Here the jewellery and flower accessories are also very important. The hair is braided and decorated with flowers. Also, multi layered gold neckpiece is worn by Tamilian brides.

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Telugu Bride Look

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Here the bride is seen wearing two different outfits. Firstly when she is carried by her father and brother in a bamboo basket then the bride is wearing traditional silk saree with traditional jewlery including a kamarbandh. And later for her main ceremony she changes into a white cotton saree with red border.

 
Marwari Bride Look

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Here the bride is seen wearing a heavy lahenga with heavy jewellery including a nose ring, kundan jewellery and a fingerlet. During the rituals her head is covered with bandhini dupatta which also acts as a veil for her.

 
Maharashtrian Bride Look

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Here the bride is seen wearing a silk saree with golden border in dhoti style. Her hair is tied neatly in a bun with mogra flowers all over it. She wears a pearl jewlery for her D day.

 

Whats your favorite style of weeding bridal style which you like the most do let us know :-)

 
Love,
Sravanya
Hyderabadbeautyblog.com

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