Tuesday, 11 June 2013

indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian girls in salwar kameez    Biogarphy


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In India, the garment was originally confined to the North, but as a convenient and modest alternative to a sari - and also as one that flatters practically any body-type - it has become popular across the nation. By varying the fabric, color and the level of embroider
Salwar is the generic term used to describe the lower garment developed in different regions. These include the Sindhi suthan, Dogri pajamma and the Kashmiri suthan.
The traditional dress of women in Sindh was the lehnga choli, of women in Kashmir was the Pheran [5]}} flowing to the ankles, and the peshwaj in Jammu for women, also flowing to the ankles. The traditional dress of women of Punjab was the ghagra choli. No one knows when and where the salwar began to be used in the sub-continent. However, the extensive and wide spread use was prevelant in the Punjab with the influence of the Mughals. Punjabis in west Punjab began to wear the suthan. Its use then spread to neighbouring Sindh, east Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir. According to elders, Punjabi women started to combine the suthan with a kurta, and sometimes with a pajamma which would be covered with a ghagra when going outdoors.[6] This tradition, only dying out relatively late in east Punjab: approx. 1950’s circa.
Over time, Punjabi’s discarded the use of the suthan in favour of the salwar to be combined with the kameez. It is this outfit which is common all over the sub-continent.[7]
People in Jammu have changed the traditional attire from the peshwaj[8] to the kurta and Dogri pajjamma. The Pheran in Kashmir has been combined with the suthan with some people wearing the Pheran to below the knees. Kashyap Bandhu is regarded as the person responsible for spreading the use of the suthan with the Pheran amongst the communities that resisted to adopt its use. In Sindh, the traditional lengha choli became to be complimented with the poro and suthan.[9]
Needless to say, the suthan and the salwar is also part of men's wear.
Elsewhere in India, Muslim communities have traditionally worn the style of salwar worn by the Mughals combining them with Mughal upper garments such as the jamma.





indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian girls in salwar kameez Photos Pictures Pics Images

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