Traditional sarees to Flaunt your Bengali look on Bijoyadashami

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. People distribute sweets and gifts, visit their friends and family member. Some communities such as those near Varanasi mark the eleventh day, called ekadashi, by visiting a Durga temple.

The month before Durga Puja is the time when Bengalis go for their Puja shopping. I mean shopping for two outfits each for five days is a hectic as well as time-consuming task. Sarees play an important role in Durga Puja. Let’s put it like this – without sarees, Durga Puja is incomplete for the women of Bengal.

Its time to bid farewell to our mother Goddess and wish her a safe journey back to Lord Shiva in Kailash. Dashami is marked by sindoor khela, the immersion of the Goddess, sadness, and promises to get together again the next year for celebrating Durga's homecoming. Sindoor Khela wearing a white saree with a red border is an eternal and beautiful tradition which is reflected in the movie, Kahani in a very exotic manner.

The last day, the end of puja does not signal an end to your Durga Pujafashion saga. On Dashami puja morning, participate in the sindoor-smearing ceremony in traditional white linen or soft silk saree with a red border. Make one last extra effort on your evening look and don a pure Tussar silk saree or Gicha saree in your favorite subtle or bold combination.


Art Korial Silk

Gicha yarn is generally used as blend material with pure silk sarees or Katia silk or pure cotton sarees. Some sources mention Ghicha as the portions which are not dyed when Tussar silk is processed for the same. What is Ghicha Tussar?. Ghicha Silk is a high-quality fabric, which provides a little bit of glossy look to the saree. Its high quality, as well as natural fabrics, makes it more durable and long-lasting. Ghicha silk actually is the by-product of Tussar silk. Add it to your Puja collection and keep it for Dashami day.

Linen sarees are woven in the finest looms to produce a fabric so soft that you can't ignore but notice the way it feels against your skin. The sarees are seamlessly designed, printed, or embroidered and the quality is sure to impress the wearer of any age. The softness of the linen is unmatched by any of its contemporary sarees and the right choice for you if comfort is a priority for you while choosing clothes. Linen sarees online have a certain old-world charm to them. Drape a Linen Silk Saree around you instead of the same old cotton or Georgette and you will surely stand out from the crowd. The exquisite, as well as the simple beauty of Linen sarees, can make you earn you the position of the ethnic fashionista in your social surroundings.


Linen Cotton Saree

Soft silk sarees are lightweight silk sarees and are the epitome of comfort. Soft silk saree is a fusion of contemporary and traditional display and can be worn with more ease and comfort in your daily life. In fashion, comfort means you are given a choice to get creative with your taste and imagination. Our soft silk sarees online will help you find the perfect comfort style you are looking for at the day of Bijoya Dashami. These soft silk sarees are usually manufactured with silk thread which is a perfect combination of both lustrous and subtle colors. They make a perfect wear for all festivities with their rich and classy finish. Women of all ages prefer silk sarees soft because of their lightweight and the softness of the fabric. Weavers make sure not to use a lot of zari in soft silks without damaging the soft texture of the fabric. Buy soft silk sarees online and look classy on the last day of Durga Puja.


Linen Silk Saree

Tussar Silk Saree is an unexampled epitome of delicacy, rich textured attribute, and the natural impression. With a blend of the finest range of threads and best of skillful weaving technique, these sarees touch every layer of silk. To spread a spark of creativity all over the world, Adi Mohini Mohan Kanjilal offers the choicest collection of Tussar silk sarees in India, USA, and the UK. Feel free to browse their catalog. You will always receive each piece worthy of its tradition and pocket-friendly price. So, select and buy the Tussar silk drape with colorful bold motifs and get ready to flaunt the silk custom in Dashami day of coming Durga Puja.


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