India is not only known for it’s rich and diverse culture, food, festivals, and heritage but also a wide range of dresses worn by both men and women.
Traditionally known as a Poshak is an Indian attire having a huge category to it. One of them is a Rajputi Poshak — the one that is loved and adorned by every caste and culture, especially Rajputs, is a blend of Rajput culture and Rajasthan’s heritage. It was started by Charan Rajputana family and has been carried out since then. The Poshak is created having an essence of ethic and traditional culture to it.
The Rajasthani Poshak includes blouses and ghagaras while Rajputi dress consists of four I.e. odhni, kurti, kanchali and ghagara.
The women of Rajasthan wear it with pride, and flaunt it gracefully as this is not only very beautiful and exhibits the traditional royal culture, but also because of the fact that it was worn by Maharanis of Rajput.
Even in this modern era, women prefer to wear a Rajputi Poshak as it exhibits their royal culture and also makes them stand out in the crowd. They say it makes them feel like a queen; now that’s a dream!
Not only this, there is something for everyone and every occasion when it comes to Rajputi Poshak:
Also, something in light range for everyday wear.
There goes in a lot into making a Poshak, from matching the perfect colours to the picking the Gotta-Patti. From selecting the perfect material to making sure each Poshak is unique. All this is done so that the Poshak still has that ancient, ethnic touch to it. Also, that when you wear it, it makes you feel like a maharani and compliments your style, attitude and walk. To give you an example:
One of the finest places to shop these Royal Poshak, in Jaipur is from Royal Ranisa. They have the Poshak in all styles and ranges, with an amazing range of colours, designs, and intricate embroidery, and zardozi work to make sure it suits your personal style and personality and you can carry it with grace just like the Maharanis did in ancient times! They have a wide variety of dresses at affordable prices.
What’s more, they have a beautiful range of colours and price that you could choose from for that perfect occasion.
The best part is, this Poshak is not only worn by just Rajputs but people from all caste and culture love to include it in their wardrobes to add a splash of unique, refreshing look and also to flaunt it at the right time, and stand out in the crowd, you know, just like maharanis did.