Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Rajmata Gayatri Devi - So-Saree Inspiration!

Hello Everybody.
I am still in a country where I am not seeing much sarees around, and it kinna makes me feel sad. I am a little weird, but then what do you expect from a woman who names her blog "So-Saree"?
So to preserve my sanity I keep googling about sarees in my free time.
And this is how I was inspired to do today's post.
Maharani Gayatri Devi is a person who has inspired generations of fashionistas all around the world.
Formerly named by Vogue magazine as the World's Most Beautiful Woman, Maharani Gayatri Devi was an epitome of understated elegance, regal beauty and utmost feminine grace.
It was this gorgeous lady who made me fall in love with chiffons and pearls, a combination I still cant get enough of.
Scroll down to experience royal finery and grace at its best.


                                                                   
                                                                     
                                        

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19 comments:

  1. Nice post. She is indeed so beautiful and classy

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  2. I totally admire her too.. Have read her life history and seen a lot of her pic.. Such an elegant lady...
    So classy
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  3. Lovely Post Aditi....
    And she is so gorgeous...

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  4. Love all those pictures.. Makes me want to go back in to that era! Class-apart..

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  5. Such a classic style.. Looks so elegant even today..

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  6. truly said. I haven't seen her in person, But have met her daughter a couple of times These ladies are truly graceful.
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  7. so was always so classy and well dressed. She was true Indian beauty and fashion icon!!

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  8. Classy Indian lady. Loved the post as I myself am a Saree fan :)

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  9. Looking through these shots made me think of the song "Waqt ne kiya kya haseen sitam"

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  10. She is truly gorgeous! And her sarees are beautiful!
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  11. Is there any Indian woman at all who has not been inspired by Maharani Gayatri Devi?!!!
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  13. old is gold all pic are nice

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  14. Brilliant post Aditi, I got to this only today. What a lady, what a post and what pictures, my goodness! You are right - the saree is such an intrinsic & even romantic part of our culture, we are losing it ..

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  15. Good post! I am also going to write a blog post

    about this... thanks


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