The series of dolls that you see on this face is of a fair and sharp-featured Indian woman at various stages of draping her red-and-yellow bandhani (tie-dyed) saree. She winds a length of the fabric around her tiny waist and tucks the edges into the matching petticoat to hold it in place. Then she gathers an appropriate amount of fabric for the pleats, leaving enough for the statement pallu. It takes years to perfect one's intuition as to the proportion of fabric to work with at each stage of the draping. Then she pleats the fabric in panels as wide as her palm, and tucks the pleats into the petticoat. Finally, she winds the remaining fabric around her hips, brings it to the front from the other side, and drapes it across her bosom over the opposite shoulder.
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