Ganesh Chaturthi is a much revered and awaited festival in India. The celebration includes a lot of fun, festivities and of course fashion. On the birthday of the everybody’s favorite deity a puja is performed with special offerings of modak and laddoos.This auspicious festival embraces celebration with colourful traditional attires, exotic regional dishes and beating of drums with dance.
Though Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated all over India, the magnitude of the grandeur and pomp that takes place in Maharashtra is phenomenal. For this auspicious occasion people mandatorily dress up in new attires. Out of all the sweets offered to the deity modak is the most important and which is believed to be lord ganesha’s favourite.
Bollywood is not far behind in their festive fervor. Hrithik celebrates the ten days of festivities with friends and family. Shilpa Shetty Kundra wears an orange traditional outfit every Chaturthi and performs the ‘visarjan dance. Salman Khan too celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi with a grand ceremony. The Bachchan family too love the festival and celebrate it with pomp and splendor every year.
Women dress up in their bests and want to try out stylish yet traditional looks for the auspicious occasion. So here we are, with style tips for you to grab that look and steal the show with latest fashion trend.
The 9 yards wonder nauvari saree is quintessentially important ethnic wear for women . Whatever the style you drape into, sarees is always synonymous with gracefulness and sensuousness for women. Make your own ethnic style statement draping it in Marathi style or any other regional style. Try out Sweetheart necklines and dramatic curves in your blouse which will definitely make you a festival diva.
Saffron is a colour that will make you look much into festive mood but you can try other vibrant colors too with heavy necklace and festive earrings. Anarkali with ornate borders and embellishments are also in demand this festival. Shop with Cbazaar for traditional ethnic wears as well as indo-western collections for all your festival needs.
You can try a graceful and elegant updo which keeps the hair from falling on the face while taking part in the Puja activities. Try a simple updos like a bun or chignon or opt for a more Grecian type of a hairstyle.
A bindi adds more beauty to the overall look. Play with the style of the bindi – from kumkum-drawn ones to stick on studs, from two bindis worn vertically in a row to a more intricate design that suits your face. Since Ganesh Chaturthi is mostly associated with Maharashtra you could always add a “Marathi” element to your look for Ganesh Chaturthi by wearing a nath.
Get inspired with these quick tips for a graceful festive look we wish you a blissful and happy Ganesh Chaturthi.