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Anarkali Salwar Suits are extremely popular among women of all ages. Indian women wear anarkali suits on various occasions such as traditional festivals, casual lunch, anniversary celebrations etc. The immense popularity of Anarkali Suits can also be attributed to the bollywood fashion scene which has influenced this style tremendously. Be it Madhubala, Rekha, Madhuri, Aishwarya or Deepika, all have donned this anarkali style and made it extremely popular. in fact, this style is gaining much popularity around the world.

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Anarkali suit is a long, frock-style top with a slim fitted bottom. This stylish outfit is also known as the empire waist.The positive side of an Anarkali is that it accentuates at the top and covers up any flaws in the waist and hips making them dissappear. This style has become extremely popular in India and all over the world in recent times. 

Anarkali Suits have been around since the Mughal era. The dance called Mujra was very famous in the Mughal period.and the court dancers used to wear Mujra dresses to dance for the entertainment of the Mughal kings. These dresses were later called Anarkali dresses or Anarkali salwar kameez in the rememberance of the great dancer and lover Anarkali. It is said that Anarkali ("pomegranate blossom") was a legendary slave girl from Lahore (Pakistan) during the Mughal period.She was a dancer at palace of Great Mughal emperor Akbar. She was supposedly ordered to be buried alive by Mughal emperor Akbar for having an illicit relationship with Prince Salim later to become Emperor Jahangir. Due to the lack of evidence and sources, the story of Anarkali is widely accepted to be either false or heavily embellished. Nevertheless, her story is cherished by many and has been adapted into literature, art and cinema.

The Anarkali style salwar kameez became very popular in Bollywood ever since Madhubala especially in the song ‘Pyar kiya to darna kya’ from ‘Mughal-e-Azam.’ In the 1970-80s, Rekha, Parveen Babi, Jayaprada, Sridevi, Madhuri Dixit, Neelam and then Divya Bharti brought this Anarkali salwar style trend in bollywood fashion. For a few years this style went out of fashion but again it came back with a bang, as we see Aishwarya, Bipasha, Kareena, Vidya Balan, Katrina Kaif, Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor attend public functions, looking  gorgeous in Anarkalis. These days everytime women look for bollywood suits, they always remember to add an anarkali to their wardrobe.

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15 Types of Anarkali Suits You Must Have In Your Closet There won’t be a single occasion in our lives, when we ladies don’t wish to look breathtaking. In this respect, anarkalis dresses have managed to maintain a classic reputation. Be it a wedding, a formal meeting or an official affair, anarkalis seem to be floating everywhere.............
Evergreen Anarkalis Anarkali suit has been in existence from the era of the Mughal rulers and it is still a fashion statement in India, even though it has come a long way from the Mughal period. Do you know how Anarkali suit got its name? One of the popular stories behind it is that Anarkali was a slave girl who danced in the court of Emperor Akbar. Because of her relationship with Akbar’s son, Jahangir, she was buried alive. These court dancers wore mujra dress, which later came to be known as Anarkali in her remembrance..........