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The Most Elegant Drapes For this Durga Puja

It’s time for the grand festive celebration of Kolkata. It’s time for Durga Puja, simply known as Pujo. This time of the year is marked by worship, feasting, pandal hopping and of course dressing up. Yes, this is that time of the year when Bong beauties across the world dress up beautifully and go pandal hopping. Since buying new clothes and wearing them is a part Puja tradition, Bengali women across the world prefer wearing traditional sarees for this festive season.  Therefore, with the variety of traditional cotton and silk sarees, it becomes important to upgrade your wardrobe with some ethnicity and ensure Happy Durga Puja in every possible way.

So, here’s a guide to make your choice for the most beautiful sarees to make you look your  ethnic best during this festive season.

Read on to find out the kind you can opt this Durga Puja and make your 2017 even more blissful!

Elegant Tant

Black Tant Cotton Jamdani Patterned Saree
                    Black Tant Cotton Jamdani Patterned Saree

Traditional tant always looks trendy and elegant among Bengali women across world . But you are Scared of trying the combination of black because this is Durga Puja and most of the Bengalis are spiritual from heart?  Think again! Black and Gold is a classic combination. With the help of the modern designers this combination is creating a huge rage among the traditional fashion lovers across the country, mostly in Bengal . The modern fashion designers are re-thinking and re-visiting this combination so as to create a great impact on the wearer, during the festive season. So, try out this beautiful black tant along with a golden border while you’re hanging out with friends, thereby creating magic during the festive evenings. Gold Jhumkis and red bindi will complete the look.

Traditional Garad

Garad Silk Cream And Red Foliage Patterned Saree
Garad Silk Cream And Red Foliage Patterned Saree

The traditional white Garad along with red border remains the hot favourite amongst the Bengali women of all generations. However, there are many, who would like to experiment with several other combination too. Sarees with festive colour combination of yellow and orange is definitely there, but you can think differently and go fuschia border or checkered designs on the body of the saree. Keep your make – up minimal with saree. Tie your hair in a neat bun; wear a simple neckpiece and a stack of bangles in one hand to stand out in the crowd.

 

  Majestically Motived  Kanjivaram & Benarasi         

Pure Silk Blue Banarasi Saree With Blouse
         Pure Silk Blue Banarasi Saree With Blouse
Purple Kanjivaram Saree With Blouse
Purple Kanjivaram Saree With Blouse

 

Go for the majestic Kanjivarams and Benarasis with beautiful motifs on it. The bygone Mughal-era along with the timeless muse lotus , sometimes in pure gold is brought alive through the heavily-brocaded pure Kanjivaram or Banarasi Silk Saree. Designed to grab attention, these sarees ensure all eyes are on you wherever you go during Ashthami or Navami celebrations. Pair it up with chunky silver or golden jewellery and matching bindi to make the evening special for you.

If you are exploring options to buy amazing drapes, this Durga Puja, check out the Indian Silk House Agencies website for an exclusive range of traditional sarees.

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