The fabulous bride is adorned with a ADI scarlet red and emerald green floral designed stone kundan choker necklace that is decorated in a poera and gold finish style. A matching matha patti ornaments with ravishing gems dangles with the jewels that hang from its arch as a leaf motif tikka drapes down her parted silky black charcoal hair. The tassel like earrings extend downwards to conceal her ears with a lovely Kundan and stone embossed floral pattern, giving the look of a vibrant hued miniature chandelier. A simple yet alluring plain gold nose ring tightens around her piercing held firm by a silver floral debossed chain that extends over to her hair with striking beauty.
The mesmerising lady is appareled in a salamander orange cotton dupatta that is embroidered in lovely candlelight sequins and floral designs as the cloth rests over head. She wears a fern green choli that is tinted in golden ribbon like embroidery and is finally cut in a hear shape to reveal her deep cleavage. Despite the striking charm and beauty that this painting accompanies, it even overwhelms the spectator with the sad reality of the uncared for, premarital jitters that this bride is subject to, the fear and helplessness that digs down her soul as she is forced into an unwanted marriage, turning out to be a powerful and perfectly carried out message through this enthralling artistry.