Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Salwar Kameez

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New trade routes, both overland and overseas, created a cultural exchange with Central Asia and Europe. Romans bought indigo for dyeing and cotton cloth as articles of clothing. Trade with China via the Silk road introduced silk textiles into India. The Chinese had a monopoly in the silk trade and kept its production process a trade secret. However, this monopoly ended when, according to legend, a Chinese princess smuggled mulberry seeds and silkworms in her headdress when she was sent to marry the king of Khotan (present day Xinjiang). From there, the production of silk spread throughout Asia, and by AD 140, the practise had been established in India. Chanakya's treatise on public administration, the Arthashastra written around 3rd century BC, briefly describes the norms followed in silk weaving.
Clothing in India varies from region to region depending on the ethnicity, geography, climate and cultural traditions of the people of that region. Historically, men and women's clothing has evolved from simple Langotas and loincloths to cover the body to elaborate costumes not only used in daily wear but also on festive occasions as well as rituals and dance performances. In urban areas, western clothing is common and uniformly worn by people of all strata. India also has a great diversity in terms of weaves, fibres, colours and material of clothing. Color codes are followed in clothing based on the religion and ritual concerned. For instance, Hindus lady's wear white clothes to indicate mourning while Parsis and Christians wear white to wedding.The Didarganj Yakshi depicting the dhoti wrap
India's recorded history of clothing goes back to the 5th millennium CB in the Indus Valley Civilisation where cotton was spun, woven and dyed. Bone needles and wooden spindles have been unearthed in excavations at the site.The cotton industry in ancient India was well developed, and several of the methods survive until today. Herodotus, an ancient Greek historian described Indian cotton as "a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep". Indian cotton clothing was well adapted to the dry, hot summers of the subcontinent. Most of the present knowledge of ancient Indian clothing comes from rock sculptures and paintings in cave monuments such as Ellora. These images show dancers and goddesses wearing what appears to be a dhoti wrap, a predecessor to the modern sari.The upper castes dressed themselves in fine muslin and wore gold ornaments[ The Indus civilisation also knew the process of silk production. Recent analysis of Harappan silk fibres in beads have shown that silk was made by the process of reeling, a process known only to China until the early centuries AD.According to the Greek historian Arrian:
Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs

 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs

 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
 Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs
Salwar Kameez Latest Designs Patterns 2013 with Price collar Nect Designs

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