Youngsters in my city #Ahmedabad are all set to rock in this #Navratri. In my last post I did a mani inspired by a traditional wear called #Chaniyacholi. The clothes are main attraction during #Navratri #Garba, but the look is incomplete without those traditional accessories. Oxidized silver jewellery is Navratris’ speciality. From tip to toe there is a gorgeous jewellery available in market. There is a lot of variety in design and pattern, for men and women, there is an endless choice.
Look at these girls and boys, how beautiful are they looking… ^_^
Here is a link to one good article if you are interested to know bit more about how Navratri is celebrated in my city. http://blog.travelyaari.com/ahmedabad/navratri-in-gujarat-ahmedabad-a-heady-cocktail-of-fun-and-folklore/
I just love the colorful pictures and I wanted to add more and more, but ok I have controlled myself.. 😉
Now let’s have a look at my first ever #3dnailart. I am not a big fan of 3D nailart , (I like it when other Nail artists do it so beautifully, but never dared to wear it) but somehow I thought, I executed and I failed :-(. Well, these mani didn’t turn out in a way my mind imagined, but still I like it. It took me few hours to get the final result.
#Dandiya and #Nagara are the important part of #Navratri #Ras #Garba. #Dandiya is a stick made out of wood or metal which are used to play #Ras, and #Nagara is of course a musical instrument which pushes the dance lovers just to rock on floor. Many or most of you might be aware of it very well.
So, today’s mani is inspired by #Dandiya , #Nagara, and #Navratri #Jewellery.
In these manicure Danidyas are made of toothpick, the Nagara is made using paper and clear polish and the nagara sticks are again made using paper. The jewellery is made using #Bornprettystore #studs. 🙂
What do you think? Do you like it?