4 Different Looks of Indian Brides

Indian culture is known all over the world for its beauty. From North, South, East or West, every part has their own set of customs and rituals, especially the wedding customs and the bridal outfits. India is also a country known for its weddings as in India its believed that the saat phere means saat janam ka saath which means the marriage and the bond would last for lives. In every part of the country the wedding rituals and the bridal looks are different, lets see how it is different in every part.

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Sikh Bride

Any Sikh Bride is considered to be incomplete till she has not worn the traditional chooda as well as kalire. Usually during the Anand Karaj ceremony a bride is dressed in a red Punjabi Patiala suit but these days many fashion forwarded brides don’t even mind wearing an anarkali suit. The veil covering her head and the chooda (set of bangles in red, maroon and white color) and the kalire given to her by her maternal uncle, completes the look of a Sikh Bride.

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Punjabi Bride

Punjabi are known for their lavish big fat weddings, especially the bride is dressed beautifully in a maroon, red or any other trendy color bridal lehenga with all jewelries like nose ring, necklace, chooda, mang tika.

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Muslim Bride

Muslim brides mostly wear green color sharara on their wedding as this color is considered auspicious. Apart from the sahara, their traditional jhoomar is something that makes them look unique and different. One of the most important thing is floral garland attached to the veil which the brides wear and covers her face and opens it up once when the Nikah is done.

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Tamilian Bride

South Indian Brides are known for their Kanjeevaram sarees and the gold jewellery. Their hairs are also braided in the most beautiful way and then decorated with gold jewellery and white flowers. Best part is even their head is also completely decorated with the gold mang tika and matha patti.

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