What does the outfit of a Hindu woman look like.
(Image credit: The Hindu)What does a Hindutva girl’s dress look like and what does her father wear to his temple?
A: What is the name of the outfit she wears?
B: What part of the hair is cut?
C: What style of shoes?
D: What jewellery is worn?
What is the colour of her hair?(Image credit;The Hindu, Praveen Jain)What is her outfit?
The most important part of her dress is the face covering, which is always kept in a tight bun.
The other important part is her jewellery.
The jewellery worn by her father is not only her own, but is also of great value to her.
She is also seen to be the mother of her children.
The hair is kept loose and unkempt.
The colour of the eyes is black.
The style of the shoes is white.
The outfit worn by a Hindu family is more complex.
It consists of a full head covering, jewellery, face covering and hair.
The outfit worn to the temple is the same, except for the jewellery which is usually the mother’s.
B: The hair of a Hindustan woman is always loose and unpadded.
A full head is never kept in the bun.
C: Her jewellery and the jeweller’s are her property.
D: She wears a white shirt with a dark blue band around the neck, and a white jacket with a red belt around the waist.
Her dress is black and white.
She is seen to have two families.
A Hindu family has a large family.
The family members work together to provide her food and clothing.
She works in the household.
Her parents also have the same job.
A non-Hindu family does not have such a large number of members.
They all live in the village, have separate houses and live apart from each other.
She has one or two cousins.
Her parents live together.
They work together and are very close.
Her father is always present at her weddings and she is always at her uncle’s weddings.
She gets a regular education and she goes to college.
A Brahmin family has three generations.
The youngest is the eldest, the second is the youngest and the third is the oldest.
She goes to a religious school, which has been built on the basis of a temple.
A fourth generation comes from her father’s family and her mother.
The Brahmin parents are always present and help her in her studies.
Her brother works as a priest and helps her in the temple work.
A Brahmin mother works as an attendant in the temples and has a son, who is also a priest.
The temple work is very important to her and she takes care of her family.
Her husband is always there.
Her sisters and brothers are also working in the religious temple.
She does not work outside the temple.
The house is usually kept clean.
She keeps the house in good order.
A Hindutvah family has four generations.
She comes from the first generation, which goes to the Temple.
The second generation is from her uncle, the third from her mother and the fourth from her brother.
She travels with her family to various temples and shrines to perform her prayers.
A Dalit family is divided into three groups.
The eldest is the most religious of all the families, the next generation is the lowest and the last is the rest.
They have a small house and a few relatives.
The next generation comes to the temples for the same purpose.
The oldest son is the one who goes to prayers.
A Dalit brother works at the temple as an assistant and helps in the day-to-day work of the household in the same way as the Brahmin brother.
A woman of Dalit origin also goes to temples.
She helps in cleaning the house and is also very good in the housework.
A Jain family has two generations.
Each of the three generations is different.
They are not always connected with each other and do not have a close relationship.
A Jain mother works at a temple and has no other relatives.
A sister who is a resident of the temple stays at home and helps the other two generations in the work of building the temple and in keeping the temple clean.
A Sikh family has only one generation.
The daughter is the daughter-in-law of the elder brother.
The son is from the other generation.
A Sikhs father works as the housekeeper and also keeps the household tidy.
A Bajrang Dal family is also divided into two groups.
One is the Bajrati group and the other is the Jain group.
Both are involved in temple work and do well in temple worship.
A Bajrapati brother helps the Baja community in building the temples.
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