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Bollywood actresses have appeared on screen as pure Indian woman wearing their Indian dresses, especially in Saree. Their sexy well toned body and their unique draping style can make a saree more popular than ever. When dusky Kajol, or sweet babe Rani Mukherjee wear a saree in their films or in some award function we always anxiously wait to see them or try to collect their pictures. There are lots of Indian women who dream to look like Kajol, Rani or Susmita Sen when they drape a sree for some party or get together. Isn’t it ?
Today we are here to give you some information about Rani Mukherjee Saree used in her different film and award function. We can give you assurance that you will be as beautiful as Rani if you follow her style statement in your own ways.
Don’t be impatient friends. We are showing you her unique and gorgeous style in saree.
This is a still from the movie Hum Tum. Do you remember that romantic film of Rani and Saif ? It was great. And the looks of Rani Mukherjee in this movie is just awesome. Mature and sexy. This is a hand-embroidered saree. It’s a little heavy but too gorgeous and ethnic. Rani Mukherjee is looking stunning in this saree with a simple pearl set.
It’s again a handmade embroidered saree. In this saree Rani Mukherjee is looking just hot. This sky blue saree and the multi-colored handmade embroidery works on it, is wonderful. You also can wear this saree with some kundan set and a simple make up. We are sure this saree can give you a sexy look in your evening party if you can carry it properly.
Rani Mukherjee in an award function is looking as graceful as ever. Her pink red designer saree with designer matching bag and jewelry is unique in her own way. This type of saree is ideal for some night party or marriage reception.
Rani Mukherjee with Shah Rukh Khan a.k.a. King Khan for the premier of Kavi Alvida Na Kehna. In her light pink chiffon saree with the contrast of black and purple, she is looking beautiful. No jewelries and untied hair has made her more simple and soft.
However, friends, do not follow her style blindly. It can be a disaster to you. Be as you are. And make yourself more beautiful and attractive.
If you are a person passionate to know more about Indian Saris and its ways of preparation methods like weaving styles and its importance, then you must refer the book “‘Indian Saris: Traditions – Perspective – Design” written and compiled by Vijay Singh Katiyar.The book was written over four and half years focusing on the Indian Sari as a product fulfilling all the aspects of people’s needs like psychological, physical and social and its unexplored relation ship with the people.
The book mainly based on old and famous attire Indian Sari was released in New Delhi on Wednesday, November 11.The goal of the writer was not only to describe the complex traditional significance art of the Indian Saree and throw light on the modernity of the Indian Saree prevailing from ages but also pay a tribute to the hardwork and genious of Master weavers of Indian.
This prestigious book on Indian Saree was released in India by Wisdom tree and the National Institute of Design at an event hosted mutually by Craft House and Chivas.The book was presented by the country known Lok Sabha member Maharani Chandresh Kumari, the volume showcase images and stunning visuals of the wide range of Indian Sari and visuals are well arranged starting from past to the modern contemporary designs acting as a complete resource to visualize the famous Indian Saree attire and know it closely then ever.
The book has already received international status because it was launched in London in the United Kingdom this year in April and this will help this famous attire of India to have a presence across the globe.
The book is available in a hardback edition and prices at 3495 INR only. The readers can also find more information on Indian Sari like design jargon and different style of draping this attire.
On this auspicious occasion, Mr Vijay Singh Katiyar conveyed his association with handloom industry as a designer and his past experiences encourage him to write this book to present the Indian Sarees to the users from a designer’s perspective and mind and showcase its nuances, benefits and added that traditional sarees design can be a key point in growth of the creative industries.
He explains further that study of the traditions has been done more from a social culture boundary but one must also understand that design and comprehensiveness are also important and play a key role in the growth of the handloom sector and paves way for its development.
The writer has already completed a book on similar theme in the past known as of ‘Design Education: Tradition and Modernity’ and has begin his work on writing a book for different draping styles of Indian Sari from its Culture, History and association point of view.
Saree motifs and designs in India are crafted in bright and classy colours. These are designed according to the trends of different regions of India. The motifs and designs are available in georgette sarees, sequin sarees, casual sarees and several other sarees. Saree motifs and designs are famous in India as well as in the international market. These Indian designer saris are beautifully crafted from different fabrics in variable patterns and bright color combinations. Motifs objects like conch, elephant, horse, peacocks, parrots, fish, hunting scenes, scenes from the epics are elementary designs in today’s designer Indian saris.
Saree motifs and designs in Indian sarees provide the specific needs, tastes and a traditional looks to Indian women. Women residing in India or abroad prefer designer sarees rather than other dresses for wedding and different other functions and are considered more cultural women. Indian designer sarees are in high demand around the world due to its quality material and look that are time taking and are made with great efforts. You can get these designer saris in variable shades and in an eye-catching appeal. Sarees in their every form typifies the eternal beauty of the female form. The motifs in Indian sarees indeed play an important role as to a large extent the fame and elaboration of this magical cloth depends largely on these.
Saree motifs and designs are knitted on the whole fabric and in the border of the saree. These motifs and designs woven on the Indian sarees are generally symbols of birds, floral design, animals, ornamental designs and several other intricate figures and designs. Some of the saree motifs and designs in Indian designer sarees are hand woven which are knitted with heavy gold silk threads in a three-dimensional effect. You can find out saree motifs and designs with stones, beads, sequins, and silk threads embroidered in different patterns. These Indian designer sarees are made attractive with variable designs and motifs along with embroidered floral works. They have gorgeous blouse pieces and pallu with bandhini dyed leaf design work.
Are you worried about what to wear at your cousin’s wedding? Or do you want to shed your western clothes for the next wedding by trying something you want to try something truly traditional to give a sweet surprise to your family and relations?
Well, Well! Your search has finally come to an end. Now, Sareez.com presents a new range of designer wedding Lehenga-Cholis, Sarees. There is a wide variety from which you can make your pick. Fabrics available – Georgette, Net, Crepe, Jacquard, Viscose, Jamevar. Half-and-Half sarees also available.
Embroidery and embellishments – Butis, Beads, Stones, Sequins, Mirrors, Silk threadwork.
This sarees display lavishly embroidered aanchal and front skirting. The Lehengas come the traditional colors as well as slightly unconventional combinations. There are simple yet appealing sarees in white , beige, pink, salmon and turquoise shades, if you want light colors. If you love to wear dark shades then, you can opt for the combinations in red, maroon, brown, purple, green and teal. While some of the lehengas have segmented skirting the others have a flounce in the fall but the aanchal or pallu is heavily embroidered in consonance with the ornamented choli.
The fascinating net and georgette sarees look great. They not only feel comfortable in the summers. The viscose, jacquard and jamevar sarees and lehengas are heavy and they look good on slimmer women. The half-and-half sarees look enchanting as they have of net or georgette pallu and at the same time they give you the well-set snugness of thicker fabrics on the skirting.
The handwork and machine embroideries are also highly attractive giving you the flavors of conventional Indian artistry and the magic of thread-work.