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Veshbhusha - Season 1

E1 - Nauvari Saree

Infotainment | 07:06 | 5+

CONTENT LANGUAGE
Hindi

A garment that symbolizes the unity of male female principles of the universe, the 9 yards saree is one of the oldest and traditional form of Veshbhusha. From figting wars in it to wearing it to run marathons, the 9 yards saree offers comfort and mobility which no other traditional costume provides.

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E1 - Nauvari Saree
07:06

E1 - Nauvari Saree

A garment that symbolizes the unity of male female principles of the universe, the 9 yards saree is one of the oldest and traditional form of Veshbhusha. From figting wars in it to wearing it to run marathons, the 9 yards saree offers comfort and mobility which no other traditional costume provides.

E2 - Sherwani & Bandhgala
08:16

E2 - Sherwani & Bandhgala

A costume with aristocatic beginning and royal lineage, the Sherwani and Bandgala of today bear traces of influences of people and cultures through history. This veshbhusha today too gives a regal look to wearer and till date the preferred costume of men for weddings and other important ocassions.

E3 - Footwear
08:54

E3 - Footwear

No outfit is complete without the right footwear. A footwear today not only does its basic duty of protecting the feet but is an integral part of the Veshbhusha. While its creation is rooted in both mythology and science, its journey and evolution also has been equally fascinating.

E4 - Lehenga Choli
06:42

E4 - Lehenga Choli

An attire has the potential to make women feel like a princessess is Indias answer to western Ball gowns, the Lehenga choli is a striking mixture of custom, values style. A veshbhusha which has been the favourite with the tribals, rural people and royals the Lehenga choli maybe a costume which evolved centuries back but its popularity and demand will remain for centuries to come.

E5 - Shawl
08:13

E5 - Shawl

A truly multipurpose garment, the shawl has had an impressive origin and an extraordinary journey. With an array of varied uses the shawl is the only Veshbhusha which is used as mark of respect, used as an accessory, worn to protect and provide warmth and is also used for fashion.

E6 - Headgear
08:25

E6 - Headgear

A symbol of honour pride, the Indian Veshbhusha will be incomplete without the headgear. Each phase of indian history depicts a distinct and peculiar style of wearing pag and Each headgear signifies the social, religious and economical status of a user in the society.