Video Of NRI Couple Skiing In Saree & Dhoti Sets Web Afire

Gliding through the snow with saree and dhoti has made an internet sensation. An NRI couple in the US has decided to go skiing wearing dhoti and saree, and this made the netizens surprised. How is this possible? But this couple literally has proven this. If you have a wish, there must be some way to achieve it.

The name of the couple is Divya and Madhu. They both were seen wearing the traditional Indian outfits. They are looking stunning also, but skiing in saree and dhoti? This is something odd as per some people but not for them. They have made it possible in the welch village of the US.

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Divya shared her thoughts while sharing the video, that she and her partner hit snow mounting slop, skiing. She wrote, “We needed to do something really crazy today to distract ourselves.”

She has also mentioned that she got inspiration from Masoom Minawala Mehta, Harini Sekar, and Dolly Jain. In Mehta’s Instagram post, we can see her doing skiing in a saree in Switzerland. This video had also got lots of appreciation.

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Divya and Madhu’s video bagged appreciation from all the sides. They shared the video on Instagram. Now, the video has gone viral. Many, who came watched the video recording on YouTube, praised the couple.

Actually, Divya and Madhu’s video is giving the clear message to our society that how females can break the barriers while being rooted in custom. And performing cartwheels to hoop dancing with sarees and dhoti, the females are breaking free from fictional chains on a daily basis.

by Ricky Tandon | Tue, Feb 09 - 03:14 PM

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