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Title: Indian Wedding and it's wedding Dress

Beautiful Indian Wedding And its Wedding Dresses
You might have seen Indians getting married and
they were probably wearing Indian wedding Saree ,
Ghaghra Choli, Gown, Lehenga, Lancha, Wedding
Salwar etc. India is a large country and has
different cultures and traditions when it comes
to getting married. The wedding dresses will have
to depend on the culture of the place. The
wedding dress will vary on the region that you
are in.
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A bride is the most sought after person at any
wedding, no matter which region or religion she
belongs to. Each eye patiently waits for a
glimpse of the bride, and everyone awaits her
arrival with bated breaths, and rightly so. So go
ahead, and take a look at some of the beautiful
bridal looks from across India which show how
diverse our country is
The North Indian Bride
The quintessential north Indian bride is decked
in bright colours, usually red, that denotes
prosperity and happiness, and is considered to be
highly auspicious.
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The Punjabi Bride
The beautiful Punjabi bride essentials include
similar paraphernalia that makes a typical Hindu
wedding. Mehendi being a really important
element, the bride adorns it on her hands and
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The Sikh Bride
The pretty Sikh bride can be seen wearing either
a Lehenga or an embellished salwar kameez in a
vibrant colour. She also wears kalire and
a chooda that are an important part of most
Punjabi and Sikh weddings.
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The Kashmiri Bride
Kashmiri brides are said to be really beautiful,
in fact as beautiful as Kashmir itself. They
usually wear a pheran, a kalpush-the headgear,
along with traditional jewellery.
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The Marathi Bride
Yellow, green, red and purple are considered to
be really auspicious, and the brides usually
wear paithani Sarees in these colours.
The mundavalya is a unisex ornament worn by both
the bride and the groom. It's usually a
two-stringed pearl across the forehead, with two
strings dangling on the sides as well.
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The Bihari Bride
Bihari brides usually go for yellow and red
sarees, with a good amount of gold jewellery, and
an odhni in yellow colour that is given to the
bride by her maternal uncle. It denotes
prosperity and is quite common in the northern
region of the country.
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The Bengali Bride
The Bengali bride wears a traditional saree in
red or maroon, with intricate zari work. Just
like the mehendi, bengali ladies adorn their feet
with aalta-a red pigment. Their forehead is
painted with red and white designs and for the
final finish, they wear a mukut- a headgear
adorning the hair. 
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The Assamese Bride
Assamese weddings are as exotic and beautiful as
the land itself. An Assamese bride wears a mekhla
chadar in an off-white colour embossed with
elaborate designs in gold. It looks very much
like a saree, but is actually two or three
different pieces that make the wedding ensemble.
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The Gujarati Bride
Red is the colour that usually adorns a Gujarati
bride. She wears a gharchola, a saree with a
white base and red designs (usually, big checks),
wrapped in the unique Guajarati style.
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The Odiya Bride
The Odiya bride wears either a lehenga or a saree
in rich colours like red, maroon or orange with
fine gold jewellery. Aalta adorns her feet, and a
head wear rests on her skull, very similar to the
Bengali one.
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The Rajasthani Bride
A traditional Rajasthani bride wears a
heavy ghagra choli, with elaborate zari work, and
the popular gotta patti work. The jewellery
includes a choker known as Aad and Rakhri, the
circular maang tika.
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