Priyanka Gandhi, Nagma show off their gorgeous 6 yards as #SareeTwitter goes viral

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi, went down the memory lane, posted a throwback picture of herself in a saree from the morning of her wedding day.

Published: 17th July 2019 12:01 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th July 2019 12:01 PM   |  A+A-


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By Online Desk

You never know what could go viral on Twitter and keep the netizens buzzing. On July 15, a trend was spotted where women from different professions started posting pictures wearing beautiful sarees.  

Saree has always been considered a powerful fashion statement-making women look both stylish and glamorous. From politicians to actors and singers, many of them were seen showing off their collection of traditional six yards. 

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi went down the memory lane, posting a throwback picture of herself in a saree from the morning of her wedding day.

Actor turned politician, Nagma, posted her picture to depict the Indian tradition and culture.

Twitter saw colours and patterns almost making one forget about their office blues. Cotton, silk, linen and jute sarees, women shared their #SareeTwitter pictures making it one of the top trends since Monday, July 15. The number of tweets posted with the hashtag is only increasing. 




The reason behind the origin of this trend hasn't been figured out but nobody seems to mind it. So go ahead and share your #SareeTwitter photos. 

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