‘Marathi Mulgi’ Walking in Russia Wearing Traditional Indian Nine-Vari Stuns Netizens

'Marathi Mulgi' Walking in Russia Wearing Traditional Indian Nine-Vari Stuns Netizens

'Marathi Mulgi' Walking in Russia Wearing Traditional Indian Nine-Vari Stuns Netizens

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A young woman in Russia stuns locals and netizens alike by wearing a traditional nine-vari saree, capturing the internet’s attention.

A young woman has become the center of attention by wearing a traditional Indian nine-vari saree while walking around, In Russia. The video of her has gone viral, attracting a significant amount of praise from netizens. The saree is a symbol of Indian culture, and its presence abroad often draws curiosity and admiration.

Nine-vari sarees, also known as Nauvari, is a traditional outfit of Maharashtra, India. It is typically worn by women during weddings, festivals, or other auspicious occasions. In the viral video, the young woman is dressed in a Nauvari saree complemented by traditional jewelry. Her hair is neatly tied, she wears a nath (nose ring), and a crescent adorns her forehead, completing the Maratha-style look. The striking ensemble left many Russians astonished, as they turned to stare at the young woman walking down a major street.

The video, set to the background music of the song “Marathmoli, Thothish Saadi Bholi, Swag Ji Cha Bhari, Biko Vai Nakhrewali,” has sparked discussions on social media, highlighting the global appeal and fascination with Indian culture. 

While sharing the video, the caption of the video reads, “Marathi look in Russia, recreate the reel by all demand… but unfortunately no snow in summer!” 

The video has gone viral on a page called 6,82,647. Netizens have commented a lot on the video. 

One said, “Sundar!”  

the other said, “Marathi girl”.

One scathingly remarked, “They wear western clothes while living in India and in another country they remember their Indian culture cloths, that too just to make a reel”.

The woman’s confident display of traditional attire in a foreign land has resonated with many, further showcasing the universal charm of Indian heritage.

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