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There are different clothes in different colors.The attire worn by women of Rajasthan is available in assorted varieties. The women are mainly found in costumes such as ghagra, lehenga, kunchuki, kanchli, choli, sari, and odhni. The females belonging to the affluent society can be found in dupattas and patkas. The footwear that these females wear constitutes jutees and chappals. One can even find attractive and designer footwear like the sandals which are decorated with stars and golden threads. Such sandals are very general amid the high profile women.The attires for Rajasthani women are very much similar to the culture and religion itself which are as colorful as the atmosphere here. The seasons, emotions, moods as well as status of people are displayed by the costumes of females of Rajasthan. The splendor and color of this state are much reflected in the ornament and dress of the people living here. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Rajasthani wear
  • Welcome to Rajasthani wear

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About rajasthani
  • There are different clothes in different
    colors.The attire worn by women of Rajasthan is
    available in assorted varieties. The women are
    mainly found in costumes such as ghagra, lehenga,
    kunchuki, kanchli, choli, sari, and odhni.
  • The females belonging to the affluent society can
    be found in dupattas and patkas. The footwear
    that these females wear constitutes jutees and
    chappals. One can even find attractive and
    designer footwear like the sandals which are
    decorated with stars and golden threads.
  • Such sandals are very general amid the high
    profile women. The attires for Rajasthani women
    are very much similar to the culture and religion
    itself which are as colorful as the atmosphere
    here.
  • The seasons, emotions, moods as well as status of
    people are displayed by the costumes of females
    of Rajasthan. The splendor and color of this
    state are much reflected in the ornament and
    dress of the people living here.
  • Since last many years, the attire of the
    Rajasthani Women has displayed a particular
    pattern of getting dressed and this is something
    which is very unique to this state.
  • Most commonly worn by the Rajasthani women has a
    blend of upper garment which comprises of kurti,
    kanchali and puthia, while the lower garment
    comprises of skirt or ghaghra along with a veil
    which is draped around the skirt from lower side
    to upper part of human body.
  • A number of additions and variations are there
    which ensemble in different communities, however
    depending on the social position of the wearer.

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  • Clothing of Rajasthan is really outstanding and
    lively, showing the spirit of the inhabitants,
    their religion and culture. This is simply
    exceptional to see how they wear unique and
    fabulous dresses.
  • Both men and women put on colorful and
    beautifully designed costumes to show the great
    ambiance of this northwestern state of India.
    Women of Rajasthan wear a long skirt called
    Ghaghra, Choli or Kurti (blouses and tops) with
    an Odhini.
  • The Ghaghra reaches above the ankle that has a
    narrow waist increasing the flared and width to
    the base. Ghaghra is commonly unfolded from the
    lower end such as usual skirts. The pleats and
    width are the symbol of health of females.
  • Ghaghras can be found in diverse styles and
    colors. They are very famous among women in
    Rajasthan, mostly made of cotton, colored and
    designed with Laharia, Chunari and Mothra prints.
    The regional style and taste can be seen in Royal
    dresses of Rajasthan.
  • The luxurious and rich costumes were designed
    beautifully by the special people during ancient
    times. In order to take care of the dresses of
    king and queen, there were two specific sections,
    namely Kapaddwadra and Toshakhanand.
  • Rajput kings loved to wear high-class dresses.
    Hence they were colorful and designer clothing.
    Rich materials were used to design royal cloths
    from Gujarat and Varanasi, and woven and
    embroidered Kashmiri shawls were preferred by
    Royal men and women.

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Saree In Rajasthan
  • Saree In rajasthan there are many different types
    of saree. The rajasthni saree is in rajasthan
    this is in trand. The womans are like to wear
    this type of sarees. Many type of different
    sarees are here like Silk Saree, Silk Saree,
    Bandhej Saree, Bhagalpuri Saree, Kanchipuram
    silk Saree, Kota Saree, Leheriya Saree, Cotton
    sari, chiffon saree, magic saree, gota patti
    saree.

kota doria saree
  • Kota Saree- Kota Doria is woven on a traditional
    pit loom in such a fashion that it produces
    square checks pattern on the fabric. The
    delicately wrought checks are locally known as
    khats.
  • They smear onion juice and rice paste with a lot
    of care into the yarn making the yarn so strong
    that no additional finishing is needed. The kota
    doria saree made at Kota, Rajasthan.

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  • Bandhej Saree- Bandhej Saree which is also known
    as "Bandhani Saree" is specially found in
    Rajasthan .The fine variety of this type of saree
    is created in Mandavi, Bhuj, Kutch, Jamnagar,
    Porbandar, Rajkot, Udaipur, Jaipur, Ajmer,
    Bikaner etc. The Bandhani work has been
    exclusively carried out by the Khatri community
    of Kutchh and Saurashtra.
  • A meter length of cloth can have thousands of
    tiny knots known as 'Bheendi' in the local
    language ('Gujarati'). These knots form a design
    once opened after dyeing in bright colours.
    Traditionally, the final products can be
    classified into 'khombhi', 'Ghar Chola',
    'Chandrakhani', 'Shikari', 'Chowkidaar',
    'Ambadaal' and other categories.

Bandhej Saree
  • Leheriya Saree- Leheria dyeing is done on thin
    cotton or silk cloth, usually in lengths
    appropriate for turbans or saris. According to
    World Textiles A Visual Guide to Traditional
    Techniques, the fabric is "rolled diagonally from
    one corner to the opposite selvedge, and then
    tied at the required intervals and dyed".
  • Wave patterns result from fanlike folds made
    before dyeing. Traditional leheria employs
    natural dyes and multiple washes and uses indigo
    or alizarin during the final stage of preparation.

Leheriya Saree
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  • Silk Saree- Kota silk sarees are one of the many
    types of sarees made in Kota, Rajasthan that are
    made in pure silk and have square like patterns
    known as khats on them. Handloom kota silk sarees
    were originally called Masuria because they were
    woven using Mysore silk in Mysore. Kota silk
    saris were primarily patronized by Maharao Bhim
    Singh, who summoned the weavers from Mysore to
    Kota, between 1707 and 1720.
  • The art of using open khat patterns on fabric was
    so intriguing that the entire Kota silk sarees
    collection was highly appreciated by the elite.
    Even today, the latest Kota silk sarees exhibit
    traditional ways of setting patterns, making
    graphs, dyeing and yarn setting with of course
    greater efficiency and higher precision.
  • Kota silk sarees online on Shatika come in a
    range of myriad colors that are in scribed in
    striking gold and silver and contrast thread
    motifs. Their very fine weave and light weight
    make them an ideal summer wear.

Silk Saree
  • Cotton sari- This ethnic saree is made of pure
    cotton fabric. The main attraction is floral
    print all over the saree. This saree is
    embellished with intricate floral design. The
    beauty of this saree is checkered design layout
    which is specialty of Kota Doria. The saree comes
    with the matching blouse. Saree length -5.5
    meter, Blouse length-80 cm.

Cotton sari
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  • Gota patti saree-Gota Patti or Gota work is a
    type of Indian embroidery that originated in
    Rajasthan, India. The dresses with gota work are
    used for special occasions or religious
    occasions.
  • Gota is crafted using appliqué technique with a
    strip of gold or silver or various other coloured
    ribbons of different widths woven in a satin or
    twill weave. It involves placing woven gold cloth
    onto fabrics such as georgette or bandhini to
    create different surface textures.

Gota patti saree
  • Chiffon saree- Rajasthani Multi-color Pure
    Cotton Saree with Zari border This traditional
    is a blend of multi-colours on pure cotton Kota
    Doria fabric. The multi-colour designer pattern
    with white circular prints that gives the saree a
    traditional Rajasthani touch.
  • This pretty saree is adorned with zari white
    floral work all over and on border. The beauty of
    this saree is checkered design layout which is
    specialty of Kota Doria. The saree comes with a
    matching blouse. A simple and elegant attire for
    all occasions.
  • The 'Doria' means thread work from cotton yarn in
    a combination of warp and weft with an exclusive
    check pattern in the weave itself, which is known
    as 'khat'. The khats are present in the basic
    fabric itself, and are crafted in a very skillful
    way that the fabric looks transparent. These
    Sarees are very delicate, lightweight and porous.

Chiffon saree
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Lehenga In Rajasthani
  • The lehengas are made of a number of fabrics such
    as silk, cotton, khadi, georgette, crape, net,
    satin, brocade and chiffon. Even though designers
    have successfully used the various kinds of
    fabrics for making the lehenga, silk is still the
    preferred fabric.
  • There are many type of lehengas like lehenga
    choli, wedding lehenga etc. Lehenga, Gagra/Ghagra
    (Hindi ????? ghaghra) also chaniya is a form of
    skirt which is long, embroidered and pleated. It
    is secured at the waist or hips and leaves the
    lower back and midriff bare.
  • The ancient version of skirt or Ghagrievolved
    from Bhairnivasani, which in turn evolved from
    the Antriya when stitching on one side became
    tabular and was worn gathered together at the
    waist, and held by a girdle. This was one of the
    earliest forms of a clumsily stitched skirt.
  • It was worn using a nada or drawstring. The
    Ghagri was a narrow skirt six feet long the same
    length as original Antriya and can still be seen
    worn by Jain nuns in India. The lehenga choli is
    the favourite female apparel worn during
    festivals, weddings or special events in India.
  • This is due to traditions as well as of the fact
    that it is available in a number of fabrics with
    many different decorative choices.12
    Traditionally the sari and the lehenga choli are
    the most popular garments for the bride in India.

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  • Wedding lenegha- In India, the wedding rituals
    and clothes make the wedding as much as that of
    the bride and her groom. Both look their splendid
    best in gorgeous clothes. Not just the couple,
    but the guests attending the family and the
    relatives are often seen dressed up to the teeth.
  • The bride is dressed up in auspicious colors,
    whereas the bridegroom is dressed to exude a
    regal aura. The bridesmaids and best men are
    often dressed on a par with the bride and the
    groom. But they are toned down a bit because the
    day belongs to the couple.
  • Indian weddings generally tend to continue for
    several days and new attire is worn each day. All
    these dresses and the color symbolize the meaning
    of marriage and the period that follows it.
  • An Indian wedding is one that gives more
    importance to details like different rituals and
    the various attires one wears to attend them.
    Hindus wedding ceremony does not resemble the
    western marriages and are quite elaborate.

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Ghagra choli
  • Women of Rajasthan wear mainly Ghaghara, Choli
    and Odhani dresses. These costumes are in bright
    colors, especially Ghaghara dresses are in many
    designs. The dresses are the ankle length long
    skirt with the narrow waist, which looks like an
    umbrella at the base.
  • Rajasthani Women prefer to wear the cotton
    Ghaghara dresses, which are suitable to the
    weather conditions of Rajasthan. The cotton
    Ghaghara also very popular and those printed or
    dyed like mothras and leharlya print.
  • Ghagra choli- Gagra choli or Ghagra choli, which
    is also kngown as Lehenga choli and locally as
    Chaniya choli, is the traditional clothing of
    women from the Indian subcontinent notable in
    Indian states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya
    Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana, Punjab,
    Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu, as well as
    in Hindi speaking regions of Nepal.
  • In Punjab it was traditionally worn with the
    kurti and salwar. It is a combination of the
    gagra or lehenga (long skirt) and the choli. the
    gagra choli evolved from the three-piece attire
    worn by women in ancient India.
  • The attire consisted of the Antriya lower
    garment, the Uttariya veil worn over shoulder or
    head and Stanapatta a chestband, which finds
    mentioned in Sanskrit literature and Buddhist
    Pali literature during 6th century B.C.

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Suits
  • In rajasthan many type of suits like in cotton,
    printed suit, Punjabi suits, gota patti suits,
    mirror work suits chiffon suits, fancy kota doria
    suits, etc. these type of suits wear in
    rajasthan. It is a generic term used to describe
    different styles of dress.
  • The shalwar kameez can be worn by both women,
    but styles differ by gender. The shalwar (baggy
    trousers) and the kameez (long shirt) are two
    garments4which are combined to form the shalwar
    kameez. The legs are wide at the top, and narrow
    at the ankle.
  • The kameez is a long shirt or tunic, often seen
    with a Western-style collar however, for female
    apparel, the term is now loosely applied to
    collarless or mandarin-collared kurtas.
  • The kameez might be worn with pajamas as well,
    either for fashion or comfort. Some kameez styles
    have side seams (known as the chaak), left open
    below the waist-line, giving the wearer greater
    freedom of movement.

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  • Gota patti suits- The dresses with gota work are
    used for special occasions or religious
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  • Gota is crafted using appliqué technique with a
    strip of gold or silver or various other coloured
    ribbons of different widths woven in a satin or
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  • Originally real gold and silver metals were used
    to embroider but were eventually replaced by
    copper coated with silver as the genuine way of
    making it was very expensive.
  • Nowadays there are even more inexpensive options
    available. The copper has been replaced by
    polyester film which is further metalized and
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  • This is known as Plastic Gota and is highly
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Pila, pomcha, chundi
  • Rajasthani attires are full of vibrant and vivid
    colors representing amazing zest of their life.
    The 'Odhna' is a typical Rajasthani women wear.
    Its first end use to tuck into the ghagra and
    its other end taken over the right shoulder and
    head.
  • Odhna looks very attractive and aesthetic. This
    typical Rajasthani attire is available in various
    colors and hand-work like mirror work, gota work,
    tie and die print etc. The yellow color Odhna is
    known as Pila.
  • It has red lotus motif in its center. In
    Rajasthani families parents gift Pila Saree or
    Pila Odhna to their daughter who is recently
    blessed with a son. The odhna is also called as
    odhni.
  • It is a veil that represents the continuation of
    an unbroken tradition of wearing unstitched
    lengths of fabric that was the favored style of
    clothing during ancient India.
  • The Vedic literature identifies the use of the
    stole as a universally worn over-garment called
    the uttariya that is a length of fabric draping
    the top half of the body.

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  • The odhna is embellished by many methods of
    ornamentation. These designs are usually dictated
    by tradition. Nevertheless, each woman contends
    with the other to wear a more beautiful odhna in
    Rajasthan. Some of the practices used to bring
    these exquisite odhna to life include bandhani,
    block printing, weaving and embroidery.
  • The bandhani technique of Rajasthan produces all
    sorts of stunning and colourful odhna. Numerous
    leheriya styles abound, some of them being
    pralapsfwhi, rajashahi, gandadar, samudralehar
    and bhopalshahi. Block prints of Rajasthan also
    decorate the odhni-bhindi bhat, lalar, morya,
    karna and jaaj bhat are some common patterns.
  • A striking odhna, known as phavri or phamri, is
    made of fine red voile, using a modified
    technique of block printing called tinsel
    printing. Gold or silver flowers are printed all
    over the fabric that are outstanding in relief.
    Brides wear a phavri as part of their wedding
    dress.
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    Marwadi Chunri Dupatta, Red Marwadi Chunri,
    Fashionable Marwadi Chunri, Designer Marwadi
    Chunri and Marwadi Chunri. In this type of
    odhani, there is rounded motifs of lotus. The
    base is of yellow, saffron or pink coloured in
    which lotus flowers are beautifully displaced. It
    is made of five colours which is the basis of
    Rajasthani number system.
  • The lotus motifs are printed and coloured in this
    type of odhani. Pomcha odhani which is yellow in
    colour, is usually worn by pregnant women. This
    odhani was sent by womans parents and she had to
    perform all the rituals while wearing it.

Pila
Pomcha
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Rajasthani jats dresses
  • Women wear orhni (????) (veil) shirt or Angia
    (short blouse) ghagri (heavy skirt) jooties
    (country made shoes)and heavy ornaments around
    the neck, wrists and ankles.Rajasthani women wear
    kurti (??????), kanchali (??????) and ghaghara
    (?????).Traditional jat women wear woolen
    ghaghara known as dhabala (?????) with a strong
    woolen rope tied to it in the waste.
  • This traditional outfit is known for its
    evergreen design, the bright interplay of colors
    and amalgamation of elaborate, intricate
    patterns. With a skirt like Ghagra and beautiful
    printed Odhni, a head gear, this traditional
    ensemble packs fashion, functionality that is
    bound to leave the wearer feeling beautiful and
    stylish.
  • The innovations have been done to ensure that
    women feel more comfortable during the summer
    season when days get hotter. That is why printed
    Odhnis are used to protect their heads from the
    heat, while the Ghagra has an A-Shape design and
    features flair to ensure that women feel cool
    even while working in the fields.
  • The blouse is made from pure cotton that easily
    soaks sweat and reduces feeling of heat. Ghagra
    designs from Jaat community of Thel have a
    universal appeal and global wear-ability. Mostly,
    this Ghagra style is used innovatively to form a
    Lehenga, which is a skirt similar to Ghagra but
    features more intricate designs including paisley
    prints and motif patterns.

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