Gorgeous Indain Navel Beauties Gallery | Ancient and Modern Trends of Navel Fashion in India

Old or new age of civilization, has got its own tradition and taste for fashion. Its really surprising to see the eminence of navel is consistently remain with the same importance from ancient time in fashion industry as well as real life. Even in Films, fashion shows, medias, advertisements etc. we can experience the same. We can notice the drastic increase of modern dress designing with clear viability of navel for women. The modern trend of navel fashion has usually been confined to women

The navel (clinically known as the umbilicus, colloquially known as the belly button) is a scar on the abdomen at the attachment site of the umbilical cord. All placental mammals have a navel, and it is quite conspicuous in humans.Other animals' navels tend to be smoother and flatter, often nothing more than a thin line, and are often obscured by fur as well. Source:- http://en.wikipedia.org

Even from the ancient Indian culture we can find out the glimpses of fashion. The trend of exposing the navel was started by women who were dancers, or entertainers, and who developed a technique of wearing the sari like a pair of trousers well below the navel to assist in the free movement of the legs.This trend slowly spread to become common among unmarried young women. Women in this type of attire are very common in many ancient Indian sculptures and paintings. Indian sculpture emphasized the centrality and sexuality which emanated from the depiction of the woman's navel.

Nowadays navel exposure is widely accepted in western as well as Indian culture. In India we have different states and all of these places having its own cultural relevance in peoples' dressing as well. Women started to wear Saree in such a way to expose the navel and the Saree designers also made their trendy styles according to their modern outfits.

India - Country with deeply routed patriotic affection have her beauty in all aspects.India got best National Anthem, She has got the world famous legends as her children. Even in the aspect of beauty also Indian women are always in the front line. From ancient times the lotus has been a divine symbol in Hindu tradition. It is often used as an example of divine beauty. Its unfolding petals suggest the expansion of the soul. The growth of its pure beauty from the mud of its origin holds a benign spiritual promise.

However we all like to see and enjoy the beauty. Whether it is nature, a machine or a human being we all like to enjoy the beauty.......

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