In Indian Mythology KNOT is symbol of promise or ties.
This KNOT or Bandhan is all about a relation of SISTER ↔ BROTHER
Protection Amulet ↔ Prayer for longer life span
To be followed rituals in a SNAPSHOT……..
Sister ties knot around brothers’ wrist and prays to God for long life. Put tika, do aarti. As prayer is involved so keeps fasting. Brothers with affection grants or gifts whatever his sister likes.
GIFTING IS THE MAJOR RITUAL IN RAKSHA BANDHAN.
Hey Bros’!! Rakhi is round the corner what are your picks for dearest sister??
Origin of Rakhi festival
In Mahabharat, while beheading Sishupal Lord Krishna injured his finger. Draupadi tied his bleeding finger by tearing part of her sari.
Lord Krishna promised he will repay the value of each and every thread used in the part of sari to wrap his wound.
As we all know, Krishna never let her sister’s modesty get unclothed by Kauravs.
Indian Festival : Indian Ethnic Wear
Before you start shopping for your sister, here is a short guide for you.
Let her be classy with ethnicity but remain comfortable.
Kurtis’ can best abide your search. As it comes in various collections and types so you need to do some homework.
Know her choices and get an overview of which sort of collections her closet lacks.
Keep it Simple yet cool with Printed Kurti congeries
For regular wear or casual wear printed kurti is on priority
Moreover it is most pocket friendly as comes in all ranges.
Crepe, cotton, jute, rayon are some of the best fabrics to clinch printed designs.
Floral print is an unbeatable variation that poses serene and cherry look.
Kalamkari print, Animal print is ever green.
Polka dot print is on trendo-meter now!!
Embroidered kurti intricated with passion and elegance
To gift something gorgeous embroidered kurti is best choice. It mainly comes with intricated work of resham thread and zari thread. Based on the vastness of work prices are considered.
Often stone, sequins, beads are incorporated to add on ornamentation of the fabric and embroidery work.
This collection is the most elegant mode to articulate fashion statement.
Handmade kurtis’ are most unique and valuable as each one is designed by aesthesis of artist with patience and passion.
Since Indian freedom struggle handloom or handmade apparels are on surge. Gandhi ji was initiator of thread yarning charkha and thus empowering Indian weavers and their excellent hand work.
Eco-friendly and natural fiber made fabric and dye made from natural ingredients are used so it takes care of skin and well-being.
Government has taken lot of initiatives to bridge the gap between rural talented weavers and fashion statement of present generation.
Khadi, cotton, chandari are most common fabric of handmade kurti.
Hand woven or other thread and printed works are also available at a cost effective range.
For this variety light shaded colors or base colors exhibits the work better.
Now it is up on trend and the most ethnic and earthly version of being head-turner.