("pomegranate blossom") was a legendary slave girl from Lahore (Pakistan) during the Mughal period. She was a RajNartika. She was a dancer at palace of Great Mughal emperor Akbar . She was supposedly ordered to be buried alive by Mughal emperor Akbar for having an illicit relationship with Prince Nuruddin Salim later to become Emperor Jahangir. Due to the lack of evidence and sources, the story of Anarkali is widely accepted to be either false or heavily embellished. Nevertheless, her story is cherished by many and has been adapted into literature, art and cinema.
The dance called mujra or mujara was famous that time. Famous dancers at palace of mughal kings dance for entertainment of Mughal kings. So, the dresses were worn by the dancers while mujra dance called as mujra / mujara dresses. Later they got famous by name Anarkali dresses or Anarkali salwar kameez in the remembrance of a great dancer and a passionate lover Anarkali.
Latest designs of Anarkali style salwar are popular and in fashion trends wearing with different prints, materials, embroidery work, different designer sleeves and stylish necks.
Kameez has heavily embellished yoke. The upper portion of kameez which could be said as choli is completely embroidered and its bottom is highlighted with beautiful border. These blouse or cholis are stitched with latest fashion and designs of different styles of sleeves and neck patterns.
This Anarkali Salwar Kameez also heavily embroidered and contrasted doppata gives more shine to it while