A young woman in her mid-twenties wears a long robe with the name of the goddess of wealth and love on it.
She wears a turban covering her head, which she wears with a veil and a small white feather on the top.
The robe has a little white feather attached to it.
The veil is covered by a white, yellow and green sari, which is folded over the top of the head.
The sari is worn in various ways.
The sari on the left is a long one.
The one on the right is short and fitted to the head of the young woman.
The turban on the woman’s left is folded and tied to the back of her head.
The turban, which the young lady wears in the image above, is a symbol of wealth.
The religious symbols on the robe are very important to the community.
It is a very popular garment for the women of the region.
It’s also an important symbol of women empowerment.
The young woman has a strong sense of self.
She says she wants to make a statement and give people an opportunity to feel proud of their culture.
She said it’s a big opportunity for us to take back our place in this country and take back the country and the country as a whole.
In some parts of India, women don’t wear religious garb.
In the last 20 years, women have been allowed to wear the traditional attire of their religion.
However, in the south, the community is worried about the changing religious practices of the state.
A large majority of the Indian population, and in some cases even a majority of women in rural areas, have never worn a turbans or a sari.
This is the first time the state has allowed women to wear a traditional garb for religious reasons.
Women are not allowed to be religious but can be spiritual, and they are able to wear religious symbols, like the turban and sari that they have.
But they cannot be religious or wear a saris, nor can they be religious in a turba.
It cannot be worn with a sarpanch’s sari or a temple’s sarpan.
A turban or sari can be worn by people who wear a kurta or shawl, or by people wearing a dhoti or a mahi-prakash.
A turban is a simple, simple garment.
It is a traditional garment.
People have always worn the turbana, the sarpana, but it has not been compulsory for them to wear it.
It has always been allowed for them, and I think that they are allowed to do so.
The kurtas and shawls have been permitted, as has the dhoti.
They have been asked to wear them.
But they can be religious, but they cannot wear a turmban or a kampas.
The garb is not compulsory for people to wear.