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Be a Diva with the Rajputi Poshak - The Traditional Manifesto of Culture.

Be a Diva with the Rajputi Poshak - The Traditional Manifesto of Culture.
     The Rajputana Gharana or the Rajput culture is ecstatically vibrant. History has witnessed the grandeur of this culture. Even to this day, The Rajputi Culture continues to present itself in its most accurate colors.

The Rajputana Gharana or the Rajput culture is ecstatically vibrant. History has witnessed the grandeur of this culture. Even to this day, The Rajputi Culture continues to present itself in its most accurate colors.

/h1>Rajputi Poshak - The Tradmark of Rajputi Clothing

The outfit is such an intimate part of the style. In the era of sleek modern outfit, the Rajputi Poshak still holds its head up in preserving its cultural heritage. They are stunning souvenirs of the Rajputi tradition. When you wear this particular outfit the class and beauty that is reflected is seamless.

The everyday things which are usually associated with this kind of dresses are the vibrant colors which are sassy and beautiful handwork. They are colorful and gorgeous both at the same time. The large and grand designs impart a royal look to these dresses. The work that is done is of different types like the Zari work, Zardari work, Kundan work, and the Gota Patti work. They are all exclusively crafted in a Rajputi poshak.

The Rajputs poshak has two variations. If you are wearing it for bridal wear you would choose the heavier and more gorgeous one and is it is just for parties then the lighter version may suffice.

The dress typically consists of four counterparts. The first counterpart is the kanchali which is in intimate wear that you would step into before you wear the actual clothing. The second counterpart is a sleeveless blouse called kurta which is a little lengthy, and it is designed to cover the area right from your neck to the waist. From the waist to your feet is bottom wear that is popularly called the Ghagra, is beautifully designed and pleated, comes in vibrant colors and cumbersome work. As a cherry on the top of the cake, you have the Odhni that is very much like the Dupatta or scarf, and you Spice up the entire look of your dress with this Odhni.

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