The people of India have colorful & different attires. The silk saris, brightly mirrored cholis, colorful lehangas and the traditional salwar kameez have fascinated many travelers.
The best time to see a colorful display of salwar kameezs, saris, bridal wear and ghagra cholis is during Indian weddings.
The most preferred Indian attire worn in Indian weddings is the Ghagra choli also known as Lehenga choli and chaniya choli.
A ghagra is a pleated skirt and is worn with a long or short, stitched and fitted blouse (the choli). The ghagra is secured at the waist and may leave the midriff bare. A fashionable choli maybe bare back. Ghagra choli is also worn with a dupatta, a 2.5 meters of light transparent material usually georgette. The dupatta is worn like a scarf or veil.