Online Indian luxury ethnic wear | Bridal sarees, lehenga, salwar

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Six categories – of Lehenga Cholis every woman must have this wedding season

The arrival of the wedding season brings your attention to the traditional costumes in your wardrobe. And, when surrounded by all these alluring attires, choosing the best one is always a puzzle.

To be a bride is a memorable occasion in every girl’s life and a wedding is not only a special day for her but also for the women attending the event. It is a day to boast about your ethnic styling choices.

Lehenga choli is the most popular traditional attire amongst all the traditional wardrobes. They are called as Pavadai or LangaDavani or LangaVoni in South India and are worn by young girls.

Lehenga cholis have evolved over time and are today available in different designs and patterns making it easy for ethnic fashionistas like us to get the perfect traditional look at a wedding.

In this article, we will read about different lehenga cholis every woman must have in her closet for every wedding season.

 

Bridal Lehenga Choli

Marked by delicate andrich embroidery over lustrous fabrics, a bridal lehenga choli definitely promises to be a unique and the most acceptable attire by Indian brides. Adorned by gleaming jewellery, pretty looking mehendi and a subtle kajal on her eyelids, royalty oozes out of the bride’s aura.

 

Wedding Lehenga Choli

If bridal lehenga is specially designed for the bride, for bridesmaid and other ladies attending the event, it is wedding lehenga choli. Accentuated by sparkling sequins and shiny beads work, the wedding lehenga cholis are handcrafted by artists in a variety of designs and shades. You can flaunt vacillating jhumkas and a stylish purse adding uniqueness in your own way.

 

Designer Lehenga Choli

These are the lehenga cholis crafted by famous designers pouring their own ideas and creativity in the minute details. They don’t follow any particular trend but are actually meant to create one amongst the millennials. Sequins, Zari,Zardozi, GottaPatti or any other work, a designer uses his freedom to create an eloquent style. If you wish to flaunt anything of this sort, you can even get it customised from the designer to fit your body perfectly.

 

Bollywood Lehenga Choli

Bollywood celebrities are known to create fashion statements by flaunting the most unconventional attires. A Bollywood lehenga choli is conceived taking inspiration from the costumes flaunted by the Bollywood divas. You can also find the collection of lehenga choli replicas donned by famous models and actresses in movies or fashion events.

MehendiLehengaCholi

During a mehendi, ladies sway across dancing and jumping to their well-choreographed performances. A mehendilehenga choli is specially crafted for making it easier for the ladies to perform their moves. Fish cut lehenga choli, A-line lehenga choli and net lehenga choli are some varieties apt for the occasion.

 

SangeetLehenga Choli

For a sangeet, ladies prefer wearing shades like grey, brown or light green, saving the more appealing colours like red and maroon for the day of the wedding. For a sangeet function, a silk lehenga with a peplum blouse is a good combination.

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There are three primary technologies by which solar energy is commonly harnessed: photovoltaics (PV), which directly convert light to electricity; concentrating solar power (CSP), which uses heat from the sun (thermal energy) to drive utility-scale, electric turbines; and heating and cooling systems, which collect thermal energy to provide hot water and air conditioning.

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Photovoltaic (PV) technologies directly convert energy from sunlight into electricity. When sunlight strikes the PV module, made of a semiconductor material, electrons are stripped from their atomic bonds. This flow of electrons produces an electric current. PV modules contain no moving parts and generally last thirty years or more with minimal maintenance.
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Solar heating and cooling technologies collect thermal energy from the sun and use this heat to provide hot water and space heating and cooling for residential, commercial and industrial applications. There are several types of collectors: flat plate, evacuated tube, Integral Collector Storage (ICS), thermosiphon and concentrating. These technologies provide a return on investment in 3-6 years.
Water heating, space heating and space cooling accounted for 69 percent of the energy used in an average U.S. household in 2005 – representing significant market potential for solar heating and cooling technologies. For example, solar water heating systems can be installed on every home in the U.S., and a properly designed and installed system can provide 40 to 80 percent of a building’s hot water needs. Similarly, solar space heating and cooling systems circulate conditioned air or liquid throughout a building using existing HVAC systems, without using electricity.