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  Kinnauri (Himachal Pradesh)  

The Kinnauri Bride’s costume consists of the full-sleeved choli as a short tunic and the takose-dohru which is a woolen garment that is draped like a saree & knotted at the back. The Dohru is embellished with a narrow border. The bride drapes an ornamental shawl, takose-nayanlukh, across her shoulders, its two ends held in position by a digra, brooch, on the chest. A wide range of ornaments adorn the bride. An unusual silver head ornament covers her head. Mulamentho is a pair of ornaments that hangs from the hair down to the neck on either side of the face. It consists of a bunch of silver leaves attached to a triangular plaque, to which a complex lattice design is attached. She wears a necklace made of coral, turquoise and silver beads around her neck. For the wrists, there are dhagloos, heave bracelets commonly made in pairs. The groom wears a silver head ornament that is similar to the bride’s headgear. He wears a kurta on top of which, is draped a woolen long-coat, chhuba, with piped edges. On his legs he wears a tight woolen churidaar in a checkered design. Finally, he places the takose-nayanlukh over the shoulders, held in place by a silver brooch.

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