Beauty of a woman

Beauty is a characteristic of a person, animal, place, object, or idea that provides a perceptual experience of pleasure or satisfaction. Beauty is studied as part of aesthetics, sociology, social psychology and culture. An “ideal beauty” is an entity which is admired, or possesses features widely attributed to beauty in a particular culture, for perfection.

That is how wikipedia defines beauty. To be frank all this went just went over my head. I mean how can beauty be something so complicated?

Isn’t beauty something serene and exquisite. Something that touches your soul and stays with you forever in your heart?  Like the beauty of a baby who looks at you with his big eyes so innocently that you wonder how can something so innocent and pure be in your arms in a world where it’s hard to sometimes find a single person who is even true to himself.

And when it come to the physical beauty of a woman, I’m partial towards the Indian woman. I know it’s a biased view but I’ve always felt that the Indian woman somehow stand out.

The deep set almond shaped eyes lined with kohl that mesmerise you.

The Bindi’s in different designs in the middle of the eyebrows.

The perfectly draped sari’s around their bodies in vibrant colours. Or the salwar suits that are worn with bright dupatta.

The elaborately embroidered jutis in their feet.

The long black tresses, woven into braids that touch their waists. The sweet smelling flowers that adorn them.

The jingling glass bangles on their arms that call attention to themselves every time the hands move.

Henna on their hands where the names of their husbands are hidden in the designs.

The jhumkas in their ear’s that sway with every movement.

Yes, the Indian woman in all her traditional form can be so magnificent that nothing in the world can ever come close to this beauty of her.

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