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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Indian Fashion : Look Beautiful

India is a vast and diversified country and it is also a land where a multitude of cultures co-exist. Though all these cultures are woven together but they have their own exclusive dressing patterns and styles. The earliest traces of Indian fashion and dressing were found in the remains from the excavated site of Harappa and Mohenjodaro. After independence, due to various factors, changes in the Indian fashion have been witnessed largely due to globalization. The traditions and dressing style of the Indian women have caught the imagination of people far and wide and this is the reason why Indian fashion wear are selling like hot cakes in other parts of the world. In the recent years Indian dressing items have topped the UK shopping lists and the interesting fact is that not only are domestic consumers buying them, but many of the Westerners have also shown a keen interest in acquiring these beautiful and fashionable clothes.

UK has a large population of non-resident Indians and people from the sub-continent who have settled in these parts for business, jobs, education or various other purposes. Though they are away from their motherland, when it comes to auspicious occasions they still prefer Indian ethnic dresses over the Western ones. Many of the British origins who are in constant touch with the Indians have also fallen in love with the different types of dressing trends that are available in many parts of UK. The Indian ethnic wear such as the Indian bridal wedding dress is one of the most selling items. The wedding dresses basically include sarees with blouse or ghagra choli (lehenga). These are colorful with myriad small prints upon them. To go with these there are various types of jewellery, be it silver, gold or stone studded, worn by women of all ages.

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Sunday, August 09, 2009

Women's X Factor

Entrepreneurship has been a male-dominated phenomenon from the very early age, but time ha changed the situation and brought women as today's most memorable and inspirational entrepreneurs.

The role of women is undergoing a radical transformation in the modern society. These days the woman is playing a vital role in socio-economic development of the country. A large number of industries have been identified where women entrepreneurs play important roles.

It is a general belief in many cultures that the role of women is to build and maintain homely affairs like task of fetching water, cooking and rearing children. Since the turn of the century, the status of women in India has been changing due to growing industrialization, urbanization, spatial mobility and social legislation. With the spread of education and awareness, women have shifted from kitchen to higher levels.

It is estimated that women entrepreneurs presently comprise about 18% of the total number of entrepreneurs in India, with the percentage growing every year. If the prevailing trends continue, it is likely that in another five years, women will comprise 25% of the entrepreneurial force. With corporates eager to associate and work with women-owned businesses, and a host of banks and non-governmental organizations keen to help them get going, there has rarely been a better time for women with zeal.

The most powerful advantage that women have is the development of our "intuition muscle". And this is the most important skill for many successful entrepreneurs - following their gate instinct. You've got an idea, nobody believes you in you, people try to reason with you and stop you fro doing it. Yet, you ignore all and move ahead,following your instinct.

So what else do women naturally have; in their disposition that can help them in starting and running their own businesses?