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What is the SOLAH SHRINGAR of a lady? name all of them.

Asked by manish, 16 Feb '09 08:44 pm
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Not Sure but i think, Ornament for hairs, ear rings, nose pin, mang tika, bindi, Neck lace (kantha), Rani Haar, Mangal Sutr, Armlets, Bangles, Rings, Waist Chain, Ancklets(kada), pajeb, bichhoo
Answered by sandhya bhat, 20 Feb '09 01:37 pm

 
  
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Borla: A conical shaped ornament resting on the head and holding up the large

Odhni: You know that the lady is from rural Rajasthan. A typical bride from UP,Bihar and Haryana would not be seeen without her heavy anklts

Pajeb, Pyala: Her silver bangles combined with red glass bangles , her toe rings and her nose ring . A bride from the eastern States of Assam , Orissa and Bengal would not be seen without vermilion or dinffot in her hair. The Bengali bride would of course also wear her foot.

Pola and Shankha: A bangle of iron , one of coral and one of shell /ivory with equal pride.

Mangalsutra: Its made of gold, it can have diamonds on it, or be made in silver with black beads. Women from the green State of Tamil Madu wear the thaali, the temple - shaped gold medallion (an intergral part of the mangalsutra ) on a yellow thread. The yellow thread is treated with turmeric for its colour as well as its sanctity. A point to keep in mind is that a woman will never wear her m ...more
Answered by Joseph Chacko, 17 Feb '09 01:16 am

 
  
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The solah shringaars are as follows:

1)Merdana---

Here the bride's body was messaged with perfumed oils- viz.--rose, jasmine, sandal etc.

2)Mangal Snanam---

The bride to be was given bath with purified water mixed with milk or various oils such as almond oil during winter, mixed with rose petals and mixed with khus or marwah during the summer season. The paste of lodhra, bawchi, sitachini etc was used instead of soap.
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Answered by Sachin Rastogi, 16 Feb '09 08:50 pm

 
  
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Kal bataoongi aaj poore yaad nahi
Answered by riddhi pandey, 16 Feb '09 08:47 pm

 
  
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