The kameez is embellished with vertical layers of fuschia and green tints along with a khaddar imprinted sea green and shocking pink layer that closely goes along with the beaded line. The dark blue georgette sleeves of the dress of the fantabulous dress compliment the exotic multilayered gotas that border the hem of the kameez in silver, glittery golden, dark pink and lime tinted silk gotas along with a shell stitched royal yellow fringe which enhances its beauty.
The gorgeous dress is coupled with a chiffon olive green dupatta which is imprinted with lovely floral and vibrant motifs that go along with the blue, green and pink lines that embellish the its edge conjoining with the matching olive tinged churidaar salwar which is perfectly pleated in excellent folds to give it an antique element. This entire suit is guaranteed to make you the most alluring belle in town so add it to your cart before others do as this dress is surely one of the most sought for Anarkali suits that are in the hype.
Mother Parvati is unsurpassable in terms of beauty and strength. She is fairer than the coats of snow on Her home in Kailash, powerful enough to command the mountains that surround the Mansarovar. Her husband, the Lord Shiva, is the formidable, all-encompassing, destructive Mahadeva (‘maha’ in Sanskrit means ‘great’), whose divine vigour penetrates all the lokas (realms of existence). Chokers fashioned from burnished gold clasp at Her long, graceful neck. Solid gold Jhumke dangle from the lobes of Her delicate ears, integral to the Indian shringar of the blessed sadhva. Her beauteous tresses are held in place by a thick gold headband with a maangtika resting on Her temple. The lotus-engraved crown on Her head doubles as a gorgeous bitone halo. From the handsome features of Her face to the shringar all over Her hair and ears and neck, Devi Parvati in this composition looks every bit the heavenly Queen Mother that She is.
In Nepalese culture jewellery holds a significant place in evaluating people’s dresses, spirituality and life; it is worn not only as a style statement but also like an amulet having its unique properties. This pendant holds a great auspicious content as the presence of three semi-precious stones of Coral, Turquoise and Lapis Lazuli forming an authentic umbrella (parasol) at the front side of the lid and representing one of the eight Ashtamangala signs, symbolic of protecting beings from harmful forces and illness with a temple shaped border and superfine work at the base.
Lapis Lazuli is the celestial deep blue metamorphic rock priced for its antiquity and intense color, that signifies royalty, truth and wisdom. Tibetans love the combination of red corals and the greenish-blue turquoise as it represents their colors of life and helps in increasing serenity, creativity and positive thinking which renders them a life full of happiness and immortality.
As the lid opens we see the four limbed Tibetan Bodhisattva Chenrezig (Avalokiteshwara) residing in Padmasana on an intensely coiled leafy background with the anterior hands joined in namaskara and rear ones hold the sacred implements; ornamented in valuable sterling silver metal and the body is made up of stunning turquoise stone enhancing his beauty; he is delicately gloried with a semi-precious stoned crown and the lotus leaf pedestal.
This pendant apart from being a distinctive piece of jewel also holds adequate spiritual importance with Exotic India Art selling it in its best monetary value.
The background is illustrated to be a perfect blend of beige and Carolina blue colors contrasted with a lush green groundcover that enhances the picturesque moment. This painting is further beautified with a splendid white butterfly which is imprinted with eye catching blue designs. The entire illustration is enclosed in an exquisite golden and brown border that is embossed with breathtaking floral motifs which not only increase its value but its beauty as well.
This painting displays a moment of tranquil and calm as the artist enacts serenity in the face of a flower. It clenches the spiritual thirst of your soul and turns out to be the perfect partner for your lonely walls, making it a must buy on your bucket list.
An A-line floor length suit captures the heart of a woman by its elegant fall and perfect fit, such as the one shown here in a vibrant cayenne color with a deep yellow dupatta forming a perfect combination in the wardrobe of a newly wed. The most alluring feature is the ease at which it falls, forming smooth pleats, starting from the waist and continues till feet; upper half is pleated and cut to give a body fir with three-forth sleeves.
Apart from the bright pungent shade, one may notice aari embroidery, blue and red flowers on the upper right front, sewed using thick threads on a stretched fabric to form neat and elegant intricate patterns; when you move on the sleeves, you will see small zari motifs all over along with a thick embroidered border in superb contrast to the flower embroidery; on zooming the picture, long thread tassels are visible attached from the waist on either sides which automatically enhance its dignity.
We all know that a suit is never complete without its dupatta, so here also we provide you with the most distinctive and sophisticated contrast of a yellow dupatta with a complementing pinkish embroidered border and long and slender printed white leafy motifs. This ethnic piece can be clubbed with trendy bracelet and danglers that enhance its richness.
Lord Buddha, the founder of Buddhist religion is known for his immense hardships, extreme sacrifices and long lasting patience to complete the journey of attaining enlightenment; postured enticingly on a richly carved lotus pedestal, having parallel double layered petals on a supremely chiselled base.
Tibetan Buddha in his iconic padmasana holds the beautiful begging bowl identifying him as the head of the order and the other hand faces outwards forming the cosmic wheel of law by his thumb and fore finger joined together.
Apart from his perfect carvings and finite structures, Lord Buddha is draped in luxurious robe having interlocked carvings and a mesmerizing thin border. The realistic expressions of his face, high browed eyes and the exclusive coiled hair represent the sculptor’s knowledgeable skills and fine play of hands. The upward wavy mark on his forehead is the third eye of wisdom and the three clear lines on neck symbolize his sweet and soulful voice.
Happiness can’t be bought, but a jewelry, when purchased gives the same result. Exotic India feels obliged to be a part of this happiness by providing with the best, unique and worthy jewels of all kinds. The ring that you see on this page is made up of sponge coral, one of the most distinctive types of coral gemstones. It is like the flora of an ocean, its hard structure is because of the dead Polyp skeletal masses.
The most alluring feature is its striking orange-red color and smooth and spongy texture; designed in a perfect leaf shape, this ring displays slight tinges of brown and yellow, maintaining its high quality and superb appearance. The stylish and thick sterling silver frame attached with the circular ring, aptly complements to its shiny surface.
A sponge coral is opined to prevent ill fortunes and skin diseases and emerges like a flash of ebb brilliance. The sole presence of this ring is enough to intensify the beauty of a woman’s hand.
She is clad in little more than a loosely draped robe. It is a rich brown colour, which sets off the fiery undertones of the youthful skin on her back and arms, the side of one of her breasts and the abdomen softly curving into a deep navel. Hints of embossed gold on her wrist and long spidery fingers, the nape of her neck, and the lobe of her partially exposed ear. The bun of her hair has come undone, her jet black locks cascading helplessly down her cheek and shoulders.
Zoom in on that face, a glowing image of the fullness of youth. Her eyes are shut; yet in her reflection she continues to gaze at herself, steeped profoundly as she is in her own being. Note the sharp dry overgrowths superimposed on the composition, a painful reminder of the bitter aftertase of asmita.
Kashmir has always been the most charming and colorful origin of beautiful hand embroideries; its people, no matter how modern, are still connected with their traditional or ancestral bonds of traditions, cultures, attires and language. Despite of the arrival of an array of attractive, modern and colorful apparels, the people of the valley are still charmed by their traditional phirans, although now in modernized patterns. It remains the most popular outfit of males and females with a difference of just the kind of embroidery and work.
A traditional phiran for women is generally very long, touching the feet, however a relatively modern variation has conquered the markets now, as shown here, a pure wool phiran extending a little longer, below the knees with side slits and is ari embroidered in colorful flowers and a thin border of coiled vines with an exclusive styled neck.
This loose upper garment is gathered at the sleeves which tend to be wide and is often combined with a suthan (loose form of salwar) or jeans (as per the ongoing trend). We provide you with an exclusive collection of phirans in a wide variety of colors, ranging, as light as peach to the jack of all, black.
This lord of Dharma is carved in super quality bright gold-yellow brass in his popular Kamalasana i.e. the one sitting here on a realistic double lotus pedestal. Ganesha is the god on our side, our friend and benefactor as he carries his immediate weapons, axe and noose in each of his rear hands and grants a boon of a fearlessness by the Om inscribed right hand.
The attires and jewels worn by this statue enhance its beauteous aspects. As you can see the alluring layers and size of necklaces adorned over him and that comfortable and trendy dhoti along with the mesmerizingly coiled and decorated stole are the most eye-catching fractions of this Vighnaharta.
The flower haloed crowned head carries the Shaivite tilak on forehead with the flappy elephant ears carved in accurate presentation. We all know that this pompous deity is very fond of eating laddoos, therefore the sculptor has also used this fact in his creation by depicting the precisely chiselled trunk going towards the laddoo that he holds in his right anterior hand. Although this sculpture is moulded in a usual posture, but its intricate carvings, flashy color and uncompared divineness allows it to be different from other Ganesha sculptures.
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