Many years ago, we would tie on a fabric 'choli' (sp?) and then wrap ourselves in 12 feet of fabric and call it a Sari! No one in Philadelphia knew enough to say it was not - but I bet we would have looked like silly hippies to your knowing eye! I do enjoy this candid shot of Mumbai's leafy streets and good people.होनोलूलू से गर्म Aloha > <}} (°>
What a terrific capture for the day! I does cover the challenge!
Thank you Sylvia
Good one. She is unaware she is famous now. :)
Thank you Indrani. :)
I love this everyday shot! How elegant she looks without it being draped professionally. How utterly proper she looks!!! I love this shot. I am so glad you noted her and used ur camera to freeze the moment in time!
Thank you so much Bhavana
The Gujju style is unique !
I've seen some ladies wearing such way at the airport, I didn't know it's called Gujarati style...
nice capturea different view from a different angleThank Youhttp://drivingwithpen.blogspot.in/
Thank you Chirag
une belle photo, on a l'impression quelle parle le langage des sourds et muets
Merci beaucoup Olivier
Beautiful, modern pattern in saree !http://nukkekotinukke.blogspot.com/2012/05/thursday-challenge-style-tyylia-tai.html
Thank you Nukke
nice click...i find gujrati women to be confident, entrepreneurial and very beautiful...not to say their way of wearing the sari is nice too!!http://sushmita-smile.blogspot.in/
Thank you Sushmita
I didn't know that there were different ways to wear a sari I leaned from my friend another way. She has beautiful saris and I like them very much !
That is so nice. You must post one of your pics in a saree!!
she doesn't cover her head?
Nowadays the head covering is generally done at home in front of elders.
Many of the first Indians to New Zealand are fro Gujarat.
Amazing different cultures.
Thank you Abhinav
Thank you Harsha
Interesting post for the day! Good one! :)
Thank you Lavender
Love that sari.
wats she upto ;)
out of the box, even though it relates to every day life! The mundane captured well.
Thank you Sunita
Reminds me of - Itne paise mein itna ich milega!
:)) so true!