Shreya Ghoshal (born 12 March 1984) is an Indian playback singer. She has received four National Film Awards, six Filmfare Awards and nine Filmfare Awards South (one for Telugu, two for Kannada, two for Tamil and four for Malayalam) to date. She has recorded songs for film music in various Indian languages, and has established herself as a leading playback singer of Indian cinema.
Shreya Ghoshal is presently Bollywood’s top most female playback singer and her presence at the moment is so strong that she is undoubtedly going to remain the numero uno for many more years to come.
Indian wedding sarees are special
Indian wedding sarees are the Rolls Royce of sarees! The saree is the world’s oldest, and perhaps the only surviving unstitched garment from the past. The four to nine metres long cloth that women drape around themselves was first known as Sati from the Sanskrit word – meaning, a strip of cloth, which evolved into Sadi and then Sari.
Over the years, this garment has not only become a sensuous, glamorous all-time wear for women but also serves as a canvas for weavers to create artistic weaves, jewelled or gold-silver embellishments, creating a completely new market for wedding silk sarees.
Encyclopaedia notes that the saree is associated with grace, and is widely regarded as a symbol of Indian and South Asian cultures. That’s why Indian wedding sarees are cherished the world over.
Sarees have evolved to keep pace wth the changing times and Indian bridal sarees are no exceptions. Modern weaving techniques continue to coexist with age-old traditions in the making of Indian wedding dresses for bride.