QUADRIGAMIST (VOLUME No: II N (Part 1, page 1 of 122)


 
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Part 1

QUADRIGAMIST VOLUME No: TWO

CHAPTER NO: ONE

Clung to inflexible or diehard conservative way of life, Maghathi stipulated to Sundhari to adopt the traditional way of Brahmanism which Sundhari found extremely difficult to adopt but gradually she was accustomed to it. Sundhari knew very well that premarital sex is not allowed in the Brahmin culture but when it was done by Baskar, she understood that Baskar might be exceptional to this case. Similarly, Shyamala also belonged to Brahmin but her parents allowed to habit with Baskar very freely prior to marriage. But what she could find in the family was all started the day after ablution. Baskar and Sivasankar did Sandhyavandhanam daily and worship God in the pooja room for a period of thirty minutes only. But the whole house was being washed by the servant maid daily and it was Maghathi that after bath, she used to draw geometrical designs at the pooja room and get ready for the worship of God before going to office. She won’t allow the servant maid to enter into the kitchen room but the vessels to be washed would be kept outside the kitchen and the servant maid had to collect them to the veranda and wash them, she trained Sundhari how to cook and then she allowed her freely to cook in the kitchen room provided that she had her bath. Similarly, when Sundhari was menstruating, she won’t be allowed to enter into the kitchen but in her room at the top floor. Similarly, when Maghathi was menstruating, Sundhari would be cooking in the kitchen.

Sundhari never failed to impress her spectators with her sartorial choices. Like an actress she loved to experiment with Indian wear. After impressing her spectators with sari looks, she showcased us the new modern way to wear a lehenga. Maghathi also wore a long choli in peplum style. It featured two gathered frills highlighted with embroidery. The choli also comprised with potli buttons and embellished sleeves, which were the highlight of the look. She wore it with a plain lehenga in silk fabric. The double-layered peplum top accentuated the look. Maghathi accessorised her look with round diamond earrings and a statement ring with red stone. For her make-up, she went for an all-natural look with kohled eyes and red lips. For her hairdo, she sported a ponytail with centre-parting. When it comes to peplum blouses, they can be paired with simple and plain lehengas. Just like Vidya, you can also skip the dupatta to pull off a modern look. For those who want to amp up a plain lehenga skirt, they can style the skirt with heavy blouses and statement dupattas.

 
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