This painting is enclosed in an exquisite umber boundary that is emblazoned with gorgeous golden floral patterns, enhanced by an attractive splash designed mustard frame. It also exhibits a golden bronze complexioned woman who possesses a sleek Greek nose and light shaded round eyebrows that compliment her wide almond eyes and pouty lips as her contoured nasolabial fold emphasizes her countenance. The lady wears a lovely red churidaar that is imprinted with golden motifs which go along with her translucent drawstring waistband, embellished with eye-catching designs as it sways around her. Her diaphanous net dupatta fails to cover her bare breast revealing her upper body in a shamrock and golden hued surface. She is adorned in a vibrant pearl maang tikka and a red head passa that extends over her triple jhumka earring as her beautifully curled charcoal black hair lock enhances her nose with a crème white pearl stud. She wears a pair of gold and kundan tasseled armlets on each arm as she turns her hand in a divine dance style, going along with her golden and green tinted metal bangles. Her neck is emblazoned with a plethora of jewels as she wears a triple layered carcanet that couples over her splendid exotic stoned pendant and a brown beady opera that extends over her navel. Her henna colored feet are beautified with a rich pearl anklet, making her an attractive site to see. She is twinned with another lass who is illustrated to be her exact doppelganger however she wears a pink dupatta and a purple pleated churidaar.
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