There is absolutely no doubt that Punjabi and Sikh women make some of the finest Indian brides. This may also be true because they have always done things rather differently. Since the Anand Karaj takes place during the daytime in a gurudwara, these brides were among the first ones to don pastel hues on their big day. Many of them even changed the trend of donning a lehenga and going with unique silhouettes on their wedding day. Oh, and don’t even get us started on their fabulous makeup choices. Yes, we told you these ladies do things differently!

That is why, in honour of these ladies, today we have done a roundup of some spectacular shararas we spotted on Punjabi and Sikh brides for their Anand Karaj ceremony. Whether you’re a to-be bride or someone who simply enjoys beautiful clothes, scroll below and get ready to bookmark these looks! 

Gorgeous Bridal Shararas Worn By Punjabi Brides

1. The Unconventional Green Sharara

Green is a colour we don’t see many brides opt for since it is a dark hue that can be frowned upon at day weddings. However, if you pick a good colour, you can end up looking like one of the most stunning brides ever just like this real bride. From the deep cut at the back to the intricate embroidery, we love it all!

2. The Traditional Pink Sharara

If you’ve always been intrigued by traditional bridal outfits and have always thought that when it's your turn to tie the knot, you’re gonna be in something traditional, then we recommend this superb pink and gold sharara. It has got intricate golden thread work as well as embroidery. Easy to carry, this is as graceful as it can get for a bride.

3. The Quintessential Sharara

Remember the image you get as soon as you imagine a sharara? Well, this is that exact quintessential sharara that you imagine, ladies. Grand, heavy embroidery with a beautiful fall is what consists of this sharara. A must-have for all to-be brides indeed!

Read More: 20+ Beautiful Brocade Shararas We Spotted For Your Upcoming Intimate Wedding!

4. Pretty in White

There was a time when it was frowned upon to don the colour white on your wedding day. However, the times have changed and now more and more brides are open to wearing this colour. Introducing one of the prettiest bridal outfits we’ve ever spotted on a real bride. It is white in colour, has fringe details, scalloped edges and even a peplum design.

5. Unique Plum Sharara

Looking for something easy and beautiful for her wedding day, bride Sara wore a unique gharara for her Anand Karaj ceremony by designer Rimple & Harpreet. In hues of cherry and plum, Sara looked gorgeous in this velvet kalidar that was paired with coral dupatta, and the motifs that were derived from a melange of vintage textiles, 16th-century Persian carpets and 18th century French Paisley shawls. In addition, her bridal sharara also had pretty intricate zardozi work using Resham, dabka, hand-cut sequins, and semi-precious stones. 

6. Your Dream Embellished Sharara

Brides, if you’ve been a fan of those shararas which are super heavy and have a lot of embellishments and embroidery going on, then we promise that you are going to be head over heels for this sharara. Doesn’t this real bride look ravishing on her big day?

Also Read: Magical Anand Karaj of Indian Bowler Jasprit Bumrah with TV News Presenter Sanjana Ganesan

7. Make A Stunner Bride In This Onion Pink Sharara

The best thing about a sharara is that you can easily get away with any colour and the options are not limited to just red and pink. Introducing a gorgeous onion pink sharara that has all the elements you can ask for in your wedding outfit!

8. A Little Something For Those Who Want to Don Red

Brides, we know it is also exciting for many of you to pick red for your wedding day. It's the colour we all have grown up watching, being picked for the big day. So, if you’ve always wanted to go with this hue then this sharara is for you. Heavy, stylish finishing and traditional colour are what consists of this sharara.

9. The Dreamiest Golden Sharara

Another great pick for your Anand Karaj is no doubt a golden sharara. For starters, it's a good and unique colour. Secondly, it amps up your outfit instantly because of the colour and when paired with a red dupatta, it becomes the dreamiest wedding outfit ever. Check out this real bride’s golden sharara and get ready to fall in love!

Check out Her Wedding: Sharara With Mother's Dupatta: This Bride's Wedding Look Is For The Keeps!

10. Stand Out With This Turquoise Sharara

Another unconventional outfit, this turquoise sharara was love at first sight for us. We love how different yet pretty the colour is, the net detailing and the gorgeous silver work that had been done on a great portion of the sharara. This is made for all you bold brides who aren’t afraid of going with something out-of-the-box and loud!

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So ladies, which is your favourite sharara from the lot? Head to our Instagram page and tell us!


Top 10 Sikh & Punjabi Brides Who Donned Bridal Shararas On Their Anand Karaj

by Shweghna Gursahaney

Top 10 Sikh & Punjabi Brides Who Donned Bridal Shararas On Their Anand Karaj