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  1. Avani at | | Reply

    Is she discussing some bowling techniques in the last pic? lol. She looks like Rani Mukerjhee in that.

  2. kasthuri at | | Reply

    She looks lovely. I think necklace and earrings were both needed.

  3. Anu at | | Reply

    Kills it!

  4. Ashes of Roses at | | Reply

    Hate the way the saree is wrinkled at the border. Shabby draping.

  5. Jem at | | Reply

    Love this look!

  6. Djjd at | | Reply

    p&p, in many parts of India, women always wear something on the ears and the neck. Skipping on one of the two, especially when u are wearing a traditional saree would make the look incomplete

    1. Sapphire at | | Reply

      True. P&P act as if they don’t know the traditions of India and repeat saying the same thing which gets boring.

      1. Avani at | | Reply

        Very true but they do give free pass to few particular people even if they load on ears, neck, hands wherever including monotonous dressing. lol.

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    2. kasthuri at | | Reply

      I agree. I know some people in the South, especially 2 generations ago firmly believe that if a girl passes the age of puberty, she has to wear a gold chain and a earring. If she is married than bangles (atleast 2) are a must.

      1. Sapphire at | | Reply

        Yes people all over India has that same culture, which continues even now.

  7. anon at | | Reply

    She looks great! The sari could have been draped more tightly, however, especially around her bust area.

  8. slc at | | Reply

    Draping is bad…great jewelry though.

  9. Violet at | | Reply

    Not feeling this look one bit…

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