Indian festivals – Diwali,Holi and Durga puja sarees collection

Indian festival sarees are created keeping in mind, occasion and event. The color and designs of the sarees are created according. India is the center of various festival and religion in different season. According the design and color, the sarees display the vibrancy of the intensity and importance of the occasion. The sarees plays an important role in the traditional and occasional of Indian culture.

Diwali is the most important Hindu festivals; Diwali is the time when one gets together with friends and family for some truly exciting and memorable moments. The few features of this traditional festival wore Indian Designer Outfits.Being a traditional festival, Indians wore traditional outfits during Diwali. More traditionally Indian than silk and it is for this reason that silk dresses or silk clothing is most preferred during Indian festivals such as Navratri or Diwali. Contrary to Designer Sarees which are more contemporary. Indian Sarees made on silk have stood out for regal luster. India produces one of the finest qualities of silk and Indian Dupin Silk Sarees are a true testimony to this.

Holi makes the entire nation indulge in boundless merriment by playing with vibrant color powders or colored water along with their loved ones. Holi celebrations in Northern part of India. South India witnesses rather restrained Holi celebrations. However, in the entire nation West Bengal celebrates Holi in a distinctive manner. On this day girls and women look bright and beautiful draped in yellow Sarees and welcoming spring!

Holi is known by different names throughout the country. In Haryana, it is popular by the name of Dulandi. Similarly, in West Bengal, Holi is popularly known as Basant Utsav, Dol Yatra or Dol Purnima. Here the celebrations are known for their grace, elegance and the dignified way in which it is celebrated. Right from little girls to grown up women clad themselves in bright yellow Sarees with flower garlands around their neck and sing melodious songs to welcome the season of spring.

It is a tradition to wear bright yellow Sarees for this Holi celebration in West Bengal. Most often, it is cotton yellow Sarees featuring either green or red plain borders that is spotted on women. few women choose to wear Yellow Silk Sarees, Yellow Art Silk Sarees, and Yellow Mysore Silk Sarees amongst so many varieties of Dupin Silk Sarees.

For a traditional look, plain Yellow Silk Saree looks undoubtedly the best. However, Yellow Silk Sarees featuring contrast green or red borders with zari woven pattern and embellishments such as sequins and beads indeed enhances the beauty of a woman on this charming day. Additionally, Yellow Silk Sarees revealing printed or zari woven buttas .Even though fashionable Designer Saree is the current trend, it’s the traditional Yellow Cotton Sarees or Yellow Silk Sarees. Women draped in vibrant Yellow Sarees singing and dancing gracefully to herald the season of spring indeed makes this unique Holi celebration quite charming.

Durga Puja is a famous festival in our state. It is also celebrated in other parts of India. In West Bengal and Orissa it is grandly celebrated. The Hindus worship the goddess Durga. There is a mythological background behind this festival.

Durga Puja is celebrated in Autumn Season. Clay images of Durga are made and are brilliantly decorated. The Goddess has ten hands. She holds a different weapon including a snake .She sits on a lion which is her holy carrier. The eighth day of the new moon in the month of Aswin. The Puja continues for three days.

People enjoy this festival. Schools, Colleges, and Government Offices are closed for a few days on the occasion of this festival. People staying away from their family also come to their village in this holiday and celebrate the Durga Puja festival with their family members and friends. They put on new clothes on this occasion.

The image of the Goddess Durga is worshipped in a large place. The festival ends with the holy offering to the goddess Durga on the tenth day of the new moon. The immersion ceremony takes place the next day.

While during the morning men and women get dressed in ethnic Indian Clothing such as Sarees and Kurta Pajamas and participate in various pujas and the offering of flowers to goddess Durga known as Pushpanjali, the evenings are the time for everyone to get together for some fun. Silk Sarees for Durga Puja, however, do not feature overtly glamorous zari woven design as seen on Bridal or Wedding Silk Sarees but reveal woven pattern using resham or zari. The durga puja continues for eight days during the new moon.

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