Though Indian wedding dress includes saris, ghagra choli, but the most famous traditional dresses for Indian bridal is lehnga choli which are heavily embroidered with thread. The lehnga with chunri or veil in a bright red and multicolored tie and dye bandhini design is almost mandatory. The Rajasthanis use chunri to cover the bridal bed on which the groom sit for the tilak ceremony after the marriage and is later used as a veil by the bride.
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The Jammu belle is dressed in tight trousers somewhat similar to riding breeches. The kurta is usually made up of velvet and heavily embellished with gold thread embroidery. The dress in olden days was stitched out of an especially hand-woven silken cloth.