Variety of sarees at weddings and various religious occasions
Saree is the first choice for Indian women’s. Women are participating in several events with Wearing sarees. The beauty of a woman is revealed through various sarees for several times. Sarees colour and design has been some differences In different occasion. Below are some descriptions of Which saree should be worn at a festival?
marriage ceremony saree
Most women wear sarees in the marriage ceremony. Matrimony cloth has to be differences between the other ceremony saree. The marriage dress that the bride is using is a little heavy-duty saree. Wedding sarees can be very varied, but there are many designs in sarees. The wedding saree must be beige in many colours. The whole of the saree has to be many designs. The colour of the wedding saree has been red, green, purple, etc. The new design also has a preference for multi-colour sarees. Not only the bride wears a saree at the wedding ceremony but also the guests use the saree. The colour and the pattern of the saree is the difference between the bride and guests saree. Visitants sarees have a slightly lighter colour, but the designs of the sarees have mixed touches of the elite. Cotton and cotton-silk are more noticeable for the guests.
Religious occasions saree
Various sarees wear on different religious occasions. India is a country of different religions and languages. Religious celebrations are held here in different areas. Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Thaipusam, Vasant Panchami, Maha Shivaratri, Shigmo, Holi, Gudi Padwa, Ugadi, Bihu, Vishu, Ram Navami, Guru Purnima, Raksha Bandhan, Krishna Janmashtami, Gowri Habba, Ganesh Chaturthi, Onam, Navaratri, Durga Puja or Durga Ashtami, Diwali, Chhath, Bonalu, Rath Yatra, Eid etc.
Women do not wear the same saree on all religious occasions. Durga Puja or Durga Ashtami are held for a few days. At the Durga Puja moment, women like white and red mixed colour saree. The use of sarees has not seen in the Eid ceremony. Light colour sarees have been wearing many Muslim women at the Eid. The demand for muslin and cotton sarees is high during Eid.
The mix of red and purple colours is more visible in Makar Sankranti. Thaipusam is a religious event in Kerala. The red sarees are more visible in Thaipusam. Nowadays the girls wear different colour and designs of sarees. Maha Shivaratri has been celebrating every year. Maha Shivaratri festival is celebrating at Shiva’s wedding day. In Maha Shivaratri, Indian women wear colourful designer sarees. Holi is held in different areas of India. Most women wear cotton sarees during the Holi.
Bihu is a ritual in Assam. In Bihu, Assamese girls are more comfortable to wear Ghia colours saree. During the Raksha Bandhan, the sisters put on a band of their brother’s hand. Girls love to wear very good designs and colourful sarees. Brothers give their sisters very good quality saree. Raksha Bandhan introduces first time Poet Guru Rabindranath Tagore.Onam is a religious event held in Kerala. In Onam, women try to wear white and golden colour saree. During Vijayadashami, the red sari is more prominent.
Indian women wear different sarees on different occasions. Here are some of the highlights.