Diwali is one of the biggest festivals that is celebrated all over the country. The importance of the occasion is that it a winning over of light over darkness. Every year on the occasion of Diwali the sound of firecrackers reflects the happiness and joy evident in the hearts of Indians. This is the function that Indian people celebrate in heavy shopping of dresses.
On the tenth day of Navratri, followed by a great procession the clay statues are ceremoniously brought to a river or ocean coast for a solemn goodbye to Durga. It is an emotional day for some devotees, even for many atheist Bengalis as the congregation sings emotional goodbye songs. When the procession reaches the water, Durga is immersed, the clay dissolves, and she is believed to return to Mount Kailasha at the abode of Shiva and to the cosmos in general.
Raksha Bandhan is a special festival that upholds the symbol of the purity of the relationship between you and your sister. In modern times, the symbolism of the festival goes beyond the relationship that siblings share. These days, Rakhi, or the sacred thread, is also tied as a sign of tightening the social relationships, such as between a teacher and a student, friends, and even parents and children.
Summer has already reached. So, this is the time to reorganize the wardrobe with light breathable sarees like cotton, linen, kota, chiffon, and tussar. These sarees are best to combat scorching heat of summer which is of longest duration in India.
Valentine's day is the most awaited day of love celebrated all over the world. Since love is the basic strength for any human relationship this day brings a special message for everybody in society. Lovers of all age exchange gifts on this particular day to express their love and concern for each other.
Everybody will agree that Indian women look best in sarees. Indian culture and sarees are like inseparable things. From the very beginning of Indian civilization sarees were the only dress women used to wear in different ways.