Mira Rajput’s ruffle saree from Diwali 2019 is imprinted in our minds for the rest of our life as to how gorgeous and effortless that saree was. A pre draped saree that went for higher education probably, her gorgeous ruffled pre draped saree is one for the keeps for sure. The powder blue saree set our hearts ablaze as being one of the chicest sarees we have ever seen.
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