The stunning woman is heavily emblazoned in jewels. Profound of mostly silver jewelry, her wrists are enveloped in crème white ivory plastic bangadis that are stained red as they extend over lovely dangling amulet like bracelets. Her fingers are enhanced with lovely rubber like rings that are made prominent by a gleaming tassel-like silver ring. A charming black and silver beaded hansuli grasps her neck beautified with an aesthetic blue threaded timaniya that holds a golden rectangular pendant. Her circular shining maang tikka reveals a white streak of hair, going along with her silver jhumka earrings that are coupled by a golden nose ring which stretches to form a long intricately designed cord, extending back to her charcoal black unkempt hair.
She wears a dusty Carolina blue cotton kanchli that is embroidered with vibrant thread imprints, forming over lovely floral motifs and stripe patterns. Her matching scarlet red dupatta is blessed with the same gota patti work, giving it an ethnic touch, thus contrasting the choli's deep neck that reveals her cleavage. This painting is the perfect exhibit of the Rajasthani culture, depicting the love of Shringhar and fashion in the women. It is not only of great importance in their culture but has an even deeper religious meaning. It turns out be the quintessential match for all art lovers as it is the ultra modern blend of culture and craftsmanship.