The Indian sari contest in Ashgabat will "transfer" to the mysterious atmosphere of India05.11.2022 | 01:47 |
"In these saris and veils, hiding your shy gaze, you immediately became more inaccessible and more mysterious a hundredfold," these lines of the famous Indian writer and poet Rabindranath Tagore can become the leitmotif for the beautiful contest "Wearing an Indian sari", in which girls are invited to participate.
The Embassy of India in Turkmenistan announced an unusual and colorful competition to be held in Ashgabat on November 12. The holiday will begin at 18.00, but the venue of the contestants will be informed additionally after filling out the application (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). The organizers note that places are limited and those wishing to take part in an elegant tournament must send a questionnaire by 18.00 no later than November 8.
So what is a sari and who is wearing this gorgeous outfit today, better known as the "dresses" of Indian women? The popularity of this traditional Indian women's clothing is supported through the media, Bollywood and other areas of pop culture. Today, more than 20 variants of her dressing are known.
Sari is a seamless type of clothing translated from Sanskrit means just a piece of fabric, the length of which can vary from 4.5 to 12 meters. By the way, you can determine a woman's belonging to a certain caste, her status and wealth by her attire. For example, a red sari is a bride's outfit, yellow is a recently born woman, white is worn by widows. The fabric and richness of embroidery distinguished noble women from commoners. And modern Indian outfits can be safely called real works of art.
Indian girls learn how to dress a sari from early childhood. Usually this "process" takes less than one minute. It will be possible to see how the contest participants will cope with this task on November 12 in Ashgabat. Prizes are waiting for the winners.