Lehanga Choli - Make Yourself Special

    • What is Lehenga ?
      • Lehenga also know with other names langa, Ghagra, Gagra, Pavadai, Chaniya, and Lacha is a full length skirt for women. This is more popular in the Indian subcontinent countries such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and other parts of the world where the tradition has evolved. It is a three piece dress consisting of crop top, known as choli or blouse, Long bottom, known as Ghagra and Chunni, known as dupatta.
      • Lehenga is worn as the bottom for a Gagra choli. In Southern part of the sub-continent this is know more with the name of Langa Voni. It is secured at the waist and leaves the lower back and midriff bare. Women in Indian sub-continent are very fascinated about a ghagra choli. Unique varieties and combinations makes it possible for everyone find what they need for this variety.
    • Where did Lehenga origin, names, types & Varieties?
      • Lehenga Choli originated in North India around 10th century. This became popular as an attire used for various occasions. Making Lehenga a piece of art and fine craftsmanship that passed on from mughals in India.
      • Lehenga can be made and designed using various fabrics starting from cotton to silk. A gorgeous looking Lehanga is a symbol of royalty and considered as royal attire. Hence a lot of craftsmanship and technique is needed for a perfect gorgeous Ghagra. Some varieties of Lehenga are A-Line, flared, Mermaid, panelled, Sharara, Straight, Trail.

    • What occasions is Lehenga used?
      • Ghagra Choli is considered royal attire but can also be made to fit to the needs of daily wear. Women from subcontinent do wear Lehenga (langa voni) as daily wear as well. Ladies prefer wearing the Lehenga with a blouse ranging from daily to occasion specific. Some occasions where one can prefer are wedding, Parties, cultural events, Festivals, traditional gatherings or daily wear as well.


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