The hem of the gorgeous dress is bordered by an exotic multilayered gota that is shaded in a contrasting hue of bright orange and conjoining pink color that is alternatively festooned on the chiffon dress. The billowing Anarkali kameez is excellently pleated in folds representing the interior inserted plate work.
The lovely dress is coupled with a georgette white dupatta which is embossed in matching designs and gotas that beautify your entire mien not only making you the prettiest but the most fantabulously beautiful lass, whether you take it in a casual or a formal look coupling it with golden gota embellished jewelry which makes you an outstanding and alluring talk of the night.
The most inimitable part of Lord Soorya’s iconography is the chariot He rides, drawn by exactly seven horses. These horses may be representative of the seven heavenly bodies, the seven days of the week, or the seven major nerve plexuses (‘chakras’) of the human body according to hathayoga. Beneath His padmasana (lotus-seat) is an image of the dusky, flute-wielding Lord Krishna. A solid azure background populated with heavenly bodies and intricate embroidery, inherent in kalamkari art, on all four corners of the composition.
44 inch x 47.8 inch