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Lehangas capture essence of Indian traditional attires
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Apr '10
Traditional dress for women in Rajasthan and Gujarat is the lehenga choli or ghagra choli. Embroidered Indian ghagra choli is immensely admired round the globe.

Any lehenga whether silk, crepe, cotton, georgette gets an improvised look with embroidery. Embroidered ghagras are celebrated for their regal look and rich feel.

Indian embroidered ghagras or lehengas comes in diverse styles and designs. The lehengas come in; resham, sequins, gota patti, zari, gold & silver threads work, zardosi embroidery, kundan and dubka work

The other main highlight of the embroidered lehenga choli or ghagra choli is the vivacious colour contrasts, rich patterns and sparkling mirror work. Delicately styled and intricately embroidered, this traditional Indian costume has entered the world of high fashion.

Today lehanga-cholis have rejuvenated the older stitches and elevated embroidery into a trend. It has a look of evening glamour and can be worn for even formal occasions as well. Attractive lehangas are available in a multitude of fabrics, vivacious colors and pioneering designs.

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