Sangita Lakshmi

Sangita Lakshmi was the thirteenth wife of Sultan Abu-Fahrib at the end of the fourth century A.D. She was plucked from the streets of Bombay as a five year old girl because of her remarkable singing voice; and later grew up to be a great beauty. Not much is known about her except that she tried to escape her golden chains of marriage and was singing as she was beheaded.

Sangita’s outfit is made from magenta Indian embroidered silk organza accented with an orange dupioni ruffled skirt. Her two toned hair is hand curled and accessorize with vintage costume jewelery.

$700.00 SOLD