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Know Your Lehenga



By Sanhati Banerjee

Here’s a look into the different types of lehengas that a bride-to-be can opt for, especially for those heavily-into-Western types or simply the uninitiated!

Pam Mehta

Lehenga/GhagraCholi: The most famous traditional dress of India is lehenga-choli or ghagra-choli. The Indian lehenga cholis with their glittering mirror work are very attractive. The lehenga-choli or ghagra-choli is extremely colourful and attractive. The Indian ethnic outfit is usually worn with the dupatta to cover the head and the chest. In India, lehenga-choli is also known as lehenga or ghagra-chunni or chunri, ghagra-chunari, ghagra-chunaris and sometimes lachcha-choli. The lehenga is a typical feminine silhouette that epitomizes style, craftsmanship, quality and the class of Indian clothing.


Chaniya-choli: It is the embroidery and the shape that makes all the difference to the chaniya-choli. There are different varieties of chaniya-cholis. There are traditional chaniya-cholis with traditional designs of zari, zardozi, resham work, with bootis and sequins all over it. Bridal chaniya-cholis are heavily embroidered with precious stones studded over it. Designer chaniya-cholis give the modern look with an ethnic touch. Even the chaniyas are of different shapes such as straight- cut, fish tail, mermaid, panelled, circular shapes and chaniyas with full flair.


Sharara: In the modern world of fashion, designer Indian sharara is essentially a wedding dress for the ladies. Girls accompanying the bride throughout her wedding need something special too. Sharara-cholis are just right for them. There are choli-shararas for party wear, sharara-cholis for formal occasions and wedding parties in traditional colours and much more. Some popular designs of shararas are rich zardozi sharara-cholis, resham work choli-shararas, mirror work choli-shararas and many more.


Lacha: Lacha/lachchas have different types of work done on them like embroidery or mirror work. Wearing a heavy and trendy lachcha for a big function is catching on now. Most brides-to-be wear ghagra for their wedding engagement, mehendi function and the reception. The work that is done on the ghagras or lachchas is elaborate and very intricate at times. Zardozi , in-laid with stones, antique and gold work or sequins on them form part of the embroidery. When it is a part of a bridal collection there is a lavish use of gold and antique threads.
 

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