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History of #Anarkali dress :) The 16th century Mughal empress, the wife of Emperor Jahangir, who is also believed to be the same Anarkali, with whom Salim aka Jahangir was madly in love, is the inspiration behind this apparel. History reveals how the empress had preferred simple and modest garments and how her garment has become immortal in the history of Indian fashion. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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#MaharaniIndiraDevi, mother of Gayatri Devi, not only passed her charm and poise to her daughter, one of the world’s most beautiful women but even passed down her fashion sense. Gayatri who was the epitome of beauty and style then passed down her mother’s fashion sense to the entire nation and world over. #ChiffonSaree, which is an integral part of saree fabrics, is today worn with distinct style across the globe. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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The Great #RaniLakshmibai is one of the most courageous female rulers in India as ever had. Apart from the ferocious ruler, Rani Lakshmibai’s dressing style also stood out from the rest. The Queen, who had also to fight against the British along-with Gwalior troops, was dressed in a saree draped around in dhoti pattern. #Sonam Kapoor has wore the new style of ‘Navuri saree’ to express the fashion style. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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History of #Jacket dress :) It seems the Mughals have put huge influence on the Indian dressing style. Empress Mumtaz Mahal, consort of Shah Jahan, was the epitome of beauty just like her mother-in-law Nur Jehan. The beautiful Empress was well aware of her fashion sensibilities, that is evident from her numerous paintings that stand witness to her dressing sense. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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The 16th century Emperor #Akbar, who had ruled the Mughal dynasty during the 1500's, was probably the first Mughal ruler to dream of united India with unification of culture and religion. The #Angrakha or a long formal frock, with ties at one side, became popular, thanks to the emperor. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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The Great #RaniLakshmibai is one of the most courageous female rulers in India as ever had. Apart from the ferocious ruler, Rani Lakshmibai’s dressing style also stood out from the rest. The Queen, who had also to fight against the British along-with Gwalior troops, was dressed in a saree draped around in dhoti pattern. #Sonam Kapoor has wore the new style of ‘Navuri saree’ to express the fashion style. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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History of #Anarkali dress... The 16th century Mughal empress, the wife of Emperor Jahangir, who is also believed to be the same Anarkali, with whom Salim aka Jahangir was madly in love, is the inspiration behind this apparel. While the patterns and designs of this ethnic wear have evolved with time, the basic elements still allures dating back to the Nur Jehan days, the first Mughal emperor to ever rule the nation behind the throne. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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The 16th century Emperor #Akbar, who had ruled the Mughal dynasty during the 1500's, was probably the first Mughal ruler to dream of united India with unification of culture and religion. The #Angrakha or a long formal frock, with ties at one side, became popular, thanks to the emperor. It was Badshah Akbar, who first introduced the concept of tunic and churidar for men, which has today become the favorite of several designers. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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The 16th century Emperor #Akbar, who had ruled the Mughal dynasty during the 1500's, was probably the first Mughal ruler to dream of united India with unification of culture and religion. The #Angrakha or a long formal frock, with ties at one side, became popular, thanks to the emperor. It was Badshah Akbar, who first introduced the concept of tunic and churidar for men, which has today become the favorite of several designers. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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History of #Anarkali dress... The 16th century Mughal empress, the wife of Emperor Jahangir, who is also believed to be the same Anarkali, with whom Salim aka Jahangir was madly in love, is the inspiration behind this apparel. While the patterns and designs of this ethnic wear have evolved with time, the basic elements still allures dating back to the Nur Jehan days, the first Mughal emperor to ever rule the nation behind the throne. (Image copyrights belong to their respective owners)

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