Continuing my journey with ethnic outfits love in Rajasthan; Day 3. Place; Rawatbhata Rajasthan.
I reached there at evening and sun was on its way to sinking, naturalistic view was scenic and i was feeling so pleased to be there. We were visiting the old temple of Baroli named Baroli temple.
The Ghateshwara Mahadeva temple(Baroli Temple) is the most prominent and the largest in the complex. The main temple structure comprises of the sanctum (Garbhagriha) and the Mukhamandapa, a front mandapa or hall.Dated to the early 10th century, it is an intact structure which has God Shiva’s depicted statues in the form of five lingas.
I wanted to wear ethnic outfit on this trip so I picked 2 kurtis and layered them up. Red one is designed by myself and the blue Kutch print kurti,one of the ethnic outfits I bought from Ahmedabad,about a year ago. For bottom, added some fun with this pink dhoti which is also designed by my self.
And as i often say- “A bit of accessories never go wrong” with ethnic outfit.
I took this lakh kada which is multicoloured and looks really cool. I bought it from their local shop with very genuine price, that’s why I love local street shopping. Also added Jhumki and some oxidized bengals. This outfit looks so colourful and festive. For giving total Rajasthani look,I added multicoloured Nagra and woohoo as u see I was totally in colour of Rajasthan. Fresh bold colour and happy.
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