An explosion of exotic-coloured outfits: mango orange, ruby red, peacock blue, emerald green
Glossy tresses of black hair are flicked back and forth in conversation
Sparkling bindis are centred between immaculately shaped eyebrows
Bright almond-shaped eyes are lined with thick black kohl
Rosy, soft cheeks brush familiar faces when meeting and greeting
Cherry lips part to reveal warm, welcoming smiles
Heavy chandelier earrings catch the light, swinging and swaying from resilient earlobes
Paisley embroidered chunnis and dupattas momentarily slip from long, elegant necks
Clinking bangles slide surreptitiously up and down slender forearms with every slight movement
Palms are tattooed with stories scribbled in intricate mendhi patterns, unique to each pair of hands
Towering stiletto heels are concealed underneath floor length saris and bejewelled lengeh
Poised, graceful and dignified
You cannot deny the beauty of Indian women.
21 thoughts on “The Beauty Of Indian Women”
I love it! And no, there is no denying the beauty of Indian women!!
I agree 🙂 thanks for commenting!
Thanks for stopping by Baljit!
How true. Indian women are, IMHO, the most beautiful in the world 🙂
I’m glad you liked the post Ken… thanks for your comment 🙂
Every time I see those sizzling colours I’m jealous. I’m a descendant of that tribe that journeyed so far north that they had to turn pale-skinned. My soul yearns for orange, hot-pink and dazzle but my skin can only tolerate pale greys and beige!
Don’t think, just go for it I guarantee that you’ll look like a million dollars in those vibrant tones, regardless of your skin tone!
All women are like Math!
Terribly difficult to understand..
But Indian Women are like imaginary Numbers…
Each time you try to decipher them, your Imagination deceives you!
Lol that’s an interesting way to describe women Nimesh, I have to agree we are pretty difficult to understand sometimes! Thanks for stopping by 🙂
Well written and so true! Beauty is in the beholder but Indian women are so exotic, beautiful and intriguing, too.
I’m glad that you liked the post 😀 Thanks for your comment!
Reblogged this on parasbhola.
This is written so well and true!
Thank you for the re-blog 🙂
Reblogged this on more than hijab and commented:
Beautiful and thought provoking piece x
Thanks for the re-blog 😀 I’m glad you liked it!
What a picture your words paint
Thanks so much Shabeeha 🙂