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Explain 16 Shringars of Indian woman?

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Asked by PSA, 28 May '12 01:55 pm
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1. Bindi - The first shringar of the bride, Bindi has a strong religious implication and is a sacred symbol of a married woman. To make the bindi look utmost attractive, you can even decorate it with red and white dots around it and along the eyebrows.
2. Sindoor - A sacred symbol of suhaag, sindoor or vermillion is applied on the center parting of the hair and is a part of the shringar of a married woman.
3. Maangteeka - A hair accessory, Maangtika is worn on the central parting of the hair of the bride. It is mostly made out of gold.
4. Anjana - Kajal or kohl is one of the most popular solah shringar. It is basically applied on the edges of the upper and lower eyelids, enhancing the bride's eyes and making it attractive and appealing.
5. Nath - Nath or the nose ring completes the look of the bride, making her look traditional and ethnic. Made of gold, it is generally worn on the left nostril and is supported by a gold chain, which extends just behind left ear.
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Answered by Joseph Chacko, 28 May '12 02:25 pm

 
  
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A traditional Hindu wedding procession takes place following various rituals and ceremonies. The marriage is a reflection of the rich Indian culture where every ritual has its own importance. Out of many rituals Solah Shringar of the bride is one of the most important one.

What is Solah Shringar?

A traditional Indian bride has to dress up using sixteen vital components of her beauty known as Solah Shringar which includes make-up items, jewels and other accessories. From head to toe she is adorned with accessories that add spark to her beauty. These objects of beauty are believed to be associated with the well being of her to-be husband. Having knowledge about accessories that comprises Solah Shringar helps you understand their worth. We offer you a brief description of the sixteen accessories worn by the bride.

Face Accessories and make up include the following components:

Bindi: It is considered to be a mark of identity for a married woman. Traditionally, it used to be ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 30 May '12 12:27 am

 
  
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Bindi,sindur,nath,jumkay,Mangal sutra,mahendi,paajeyeb,bichhu,lal kapde (all dress of red colour),lal chudia,anguti,nail polish,kaajal,haldi yukta snanam,sugandit itrra,sundar mala ........... theese are all sixteen equipments to complete the Sringar at the time of first meet with the husband ........ these all enhances the beautiness of a woman ........
Answered by pradeep mishra, 28 May '12 02:01 pm

 
  
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Bindi, necklace, earrings, flowers in the hair, bangles, rings, armlets on the upper arm, waistbands, anklets for the feet, kohl, toe rings, henna, perfume, sandalwood paste, the upper garment ,lower garment
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Answered by ankit shivam, 28 May '12 02:00 pm

 
  
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The Shringar of the bride normally starts with the Bride wearing the wedding dress. Red colored wedding sari richly embroidered with gold threads is considered the most auspicious for Hindu weddings. However the choice can also be other bright bridal colors like maroon, gold, magenta or green and comprises of saree, lehenga and salwar kurta.
The Brides hair is then styled and adorned with flowers and jewelry. After that makeup is done on her face. Her face is powdered, the cheeks are rouged and lipstick is applied.
The eyes are highlighted with Kajal or kohl to make it more attractive and appealing.
After that the Bindi which has a strong religious implication and is a sacred symbol of a married woman is put on the brides forehead and decorated with red and white dots around it and along the eyebrows.
A hair accessory called Maangtika is worn on the central parting of the hair of the bride mostly made out of gold and embellished with semi precious stones, pearls or diamonds.
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Answered by sushil trivedi, 28 May '12 01:57 pm

 
  
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