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    …and UK here refers to the Indian state, Uttarakhand and not United Kingdom as you thought on first instance. :D

    Well, she had a pretty smile and her jewellery and the attire were just stunning! Look at that big nose ring she is wearing! I was told that on special occasions, according to the tradition and culture, married women in Uttarakhand wear that big nose ring which is called the ‘Nath’. Black beaded garland on their neck is considered to be the pious symbol of leading a married life for a woman. The Golden necklace which she is wearing is known as Hansuli.

    This National Youth Festival being held in Amritsar proved to be a glorious event for me. I came to know a lot about different cultures from my own country. I met people from far away lands and interacting with them was such a delight. I am thankful to all the students and artists who made this occasion a memorable one for me and who tolerated me around them and let me shoot to my heart’s content. :-)

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    1. dw ork 76 months ago | reply

      excellent,...........

    2. Faizan Khan 76 months ago | reply

      Beautiful..!! Looks like "Mandakini" of "Ram Teri Ganga Maili"

    3. Chris Schneider Photos 75 months ago | reply

      Stunning portrait. Thank you for sharing the information. Sounds like a wonderful event to be able to attend.

    4. hvhe1 75 months ago | reply

      How beautiful! The radiant smile behind all of that beautiful jewelry shines even more bright!

    5. TimeCaptured - Monika R 75 months ago | reply

      absolutely amazing this picture be ram. I relate to it even more coz i am from uttrakhand.

    6. Captain Suresh Sharma 75 months ago | reply

      Excellent portrait work. You have made the right selection of your model. Very good work. I agree with Mr Koshy.

    7. ashok monaliesa 75 months ago | reply

      good composition.

    8. Ghani, Umair 75 months ago | reply

      I will keep coming back to this more and more! A truly magnificent portrait! Regards!

    9. joe.routon 73 months ago | reply

      Wow! Stunning shot!

    10. Captain Nandu Chitnis 70 months ago | reply

      I have seen a few dozen of your pics...they have the class of a Pro....

      Pardon me if I say:

      "Singh is King "

    11. xhunter83 70 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot and woman!
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      You are invited to add this image to the Awesome Picture Award group!
      invited with SICI (2008-10-26)

    12. Sanjhineet "Navneet Kaur Ahuja" 69 months ago | reply

      mar jawa............eho jayi beauty only India vich hi mil sakdi hai...beautiful portrait.

    13. shimmertje 64 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Accessory Trends: Red, Peach, Orange, Gold, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    14. Sanjay Pal - India 61 months ago | reply

      This is nice... I proud to being Uttarakhandi... Just for your information....
      She is great Actress from Uttrakhand (Pauri Garhwal) named "Rachita Kukreti"

      Checkout her Regional "Garhwali" Uttrakhandi Song...
      www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIo_KCD5Qtg

      Thanks dear Raminder Pal

    15. aslam.khan3830 57 months ago | reply

      western looks but eastern ornaments!beautiful picture.

    16. mansoorlhr 57 months ago | reply

      absolutely picture

    17. Bend The Light 51 months ago | reply

      This is GREAT...why not add it to my group...
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    18. Sanj Photography 43 months ago | reply

      Nice shot !! ...She is my friend and very talented garwali film actress Rachita Kukreti...

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