Princess Diary – Indian Style 25 Oct – 9 Nov’17

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Princess Diary – Indian Style 25 Oct – 9 Nov’17 2017-05-12T20:37:06+00:00

Project Description

25 October – 9 November 2017

Experience India in true Maharajah Style – imagine life as a Princess !

TESTIMONY TIME .. from our 2016 tour just completed.. 

An unforgettable moment you’d like to share?

The Taj Mahal ,The Blue City, The pink City and Udaipur on that lake- magic. Too many magic moments to write down. The shopping and purchasing of some exquisite pieces like the beaded skirts, costume jewellery, the bed linen / spread

Would you recommend our services to your friends/family – Any testimony you’d like to share?

Yes I would say that doing the trip with Jean and a select group is the only way I would visit India and the only way i would recommend to my friends. The Glam Girls brand is quality- you get what you pay for. I do not need to be herded round following some one in a group of 20 travelers and following an ‘flag’ I have traveled for 40 years and love travel quite independently but strongly recommend if you want to see India you do it with Jean and go to Rajasthan and see the extremes , the beauty , the people, learn a little of the culture, I am in love with Rajasthan and all I experienced

Name Dianne Cant

Tour Date/Destination “Incredible India” Rajasthan and Goa 2016

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Many travelling women are inspired to buy an Indian outfit to wear for the duration of their trip.

The traditional North Indian women’s ensemble of a long tunic over loose pants is known as a salwar-kameez. Its common name today is kurta. The pants worn beneath women’s kurtas’ take two forms; the salwar, which is very loose, and only slight gather at the ankle, and the churidar, which is loose in the thigh, but tight along the calf, bunched up near the ankles like leggings. Presently the churidar is in greater vogue than the salwar. Then there’s the lehengas – oh bring it on!

Most women opt for knee or calf length kurtas. Outfit is usually finished with a matching dupatta – long scarf draped over the chest with the ends dangling in back – traditionally 6 feet long and 3 feet wide.

Be bold with your color choice – women of all complexions are flattered by the jewel tones of many Indian clothes.


This #GlamGirlsLuxTravelTour will be quite unlike any tour you’ve ever read about!

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A sari is a length of fabric, generally 6 yards (5.5 metres) long although it can extend up to 9 yards. Woven from silk or cotton, and most sexy, flattering and graceful garment ever created for women. It celebrates the female form with its artful wrapping, yet conceal a multitude of sins. The same length of fabric is used for all body shapes, and some women warn that the wearing of a sari can lead to progressive weight gain, as it adapts readily – there’s nothing to squeeze into!


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