Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Rana's is popular all across the world for its traditional sarees and designer lehengas. From festivals to marriages, every special
occasion is celebrated with full zeal and vigor. Colorful attire, ethnic accessories, and splendid decorations can be seen in almost
every special occasion celebrated in India. The charisma of India’s vibrant and versatile culture is not only limited to the country but
it allures people residing in other countries as well. Individuals who reside and even belong to foreign countries are magnetized to
Indian traditions to such an extent that they celebrate not just Indian festivals but also wish to get married in conventional Indian style.
Getting married in Indian style requires oodles and oodles of preparations from the end of both bride and groom. Though one has to decide upon things like date, venue, decoration, food, and gifts but something that is most important is bride’s outfit. The wedding day is the most special day in a girl’s life and she must look her best on the day. For any girl getting married in typical Indian style, shopping for wedding attire is the foremost thing. In India, different religions follow different traditions and the same goes with the Indian bridal wear. For instance, Hindu brides wear bright red attire on their wedding day while down the south brides wear white or cream saree. No matter what is the color of the outfit, one can always get multitude of options while buying sarees from India.