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Shaadiyan reflected the enigma of Rajasthani culture

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 31-03-2021
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Dressed as bride and groom, models showcased the Rajasthani tradition and art on the stage, beautifully on the evening of Rajasthan Diwas. This celebration, organised in collaboration with the Rajasthan Government Communication and Public Relations department, Rajivika Parishad, Khadi, Bikaji and Saras on 30 March, Tuesday, created the aura of bridal and jewellery show 'Shaadiyan'. This event, arranged in Hotel Clarks Amer, was graced by the presence of several ministers and eminent personalities of the city. Women and Child Development Minister of Rajasthan, Mamta Bhupesh ji inaugurate the show as the chief guest along with special guests, Rajasthan Legislative Assembly Chief Whip Dr. Mahesh Joshi ji, Jaipur Greater Mayor Somya Gujjar ji, and Sanchit Mathur from 'Shaadiyan'.

The show greatly aimed at promoting the Rajasthani culture, fashion and heritage with five designers showcasing their exquisite collection in three different rounds. The main attraction of the event was the grand opening couture by designer Jashn by Harshika Ranawat and Anuradha Rathore. They showcased 100 years old clothes refined by gold and silver, giving a twist to traditional old clothes with their designer artistry. They presented a lehenga of 47 meter with pure silver artistry, pure silver coated attire, Rajputi dresses coated with silver and 24 carat gold and a collection of chiffon sarees on the ramp. The showstoppers of this round were newlyweds, Bollywood lyricist and music composer Kunaal Vermaa who adorned a gorgeous Jodhpuri bandgala from PKIN by Pankaj Kothari, whereas his wife Kavita Sharma stole the limelight with her rose gold and silver Rajputi couture and Kundan Meena Jadaau jewellery from Golecha Jewels.

In the second round of the show, Vipin Aggarwal from VIP's Couture and designer Mukesh Dubey from Lucknow showcased contemporary and fusion bridal garments. Fashion designer Sandeep Singh from Ludhiana showcased his collection in the pre-finale of the show. The grand finale of the show was curated by designer Krishnam by Sumit Goyal from Jodhpur who showcased male's wedding garments and outfits on the ramp. In this spirit, latest makeup and hair trends for the brides of 2021 were also presented by Shades Makeup. This grand show was directed by Kapil Gauhri.

Sanchit Mathur from 'Shaadiyan' said, "It is important to revive the tourism and fashion industry after the coronavirus pandemic. This is why we are organising an event in collaboration with the Rajasthan government so that the bride and groom can find all the things related to a wedding under one roof. Along with this, we are also giving a platform to designers and creators to showcase their talent and art. The show will have different rounds to showcase bridal men's and women's wear, jewellery and makeup trends."
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