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Customs and Traditions:Planning to become a Bhaiyani
2012-11-10
Name: MB hi
I am 24 years unmarried male. i am very found of
bhaiyanis (womens of bhaiya communities of U.P
and Bihar etc.) like they wear very bright and
colourful dress/ sarees and apply very bold and
colourful makeup, dark colourful lipstiks etc, also they also apply musturd & chameli oil in their hair
braid it in lovely hairstyle with long line of orange
colour sindoor in their forhead partition (maang).
overall they look very beautiful and attractive. They follow their traditional wear. I feel they look
beautiful in their attire and i really love the way they dress, plaite their hair and fragrence of mustard and chameli oil in their hairs beautiful hairstyle, and the most lovely part i like is
their forehead partition(maang) filled with long line of orange colour sindoor. and i also love their
names. So i am planning to adapt all this and become a typical bhaiyani for ever. I would love to be called as bhaiyani. I am very serious, Pls help me with ur suggestions and comments and also Suggest my new name from below
1] Bimla, 2] Sushiladevi, 3] Mayawati, 4]Rooparani
5] Lajwanti, 6] Phoolmati, 7] Gulabo, 8] Basanti, 9] Champakali, 10] Gunvanti, 11] Nirmaladevi,
12] Bhanumati, 13] Chameli, 14] Bindiya/Bindu, 15] Malti, 16] Chandarani, 17] Bhagyawanti ,
18] Mugdha
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