All colors, shapes, sizes, designs and a vast amount of variety- are bindis a part of our culture or a style statement today? From the average middle class woman to Shania Twain, everyone seems to be bitten by the BINDI bug.
Traditionally, the bindi signified the mystic third eye of a person and was a symbol of auspiciousness, good fortune and festivity. For a contemporary girl today bindis have turned into must have accessories just like her bangles, earrings and purses. And who could have played a more vital role than our Indian Television in spreading this latest fashion across the globe?
Television ofcourse sets trends and it wasn't behind in setting these new bindi fashion statememnts. Who would have ever thought that a whole book can be written on mere bindis - but ask the Indian Women of today and they'll tell you that matching bindis with outfits is quite an important art! Isn't it ladies?
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but you know whats odd? in the new leap of kyunki, you saw less and less bahus wearin bindis? lol regardless, i reckon a lot of fun can be had with bindis...esp. if you're a negative character! :P
and wasn't the bindi, in the past, only used by married women? but now, since they're too cool, everyone uses them! hehehe
although i don't...:P
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