Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayak Chaturthi, is a significant Hindu festival celebrated all over India, especially in Maharashtra with great enthusiasm. It is an eleven day festival celebrated to honour the elephant-headed God Ganesha’s birthday. It is one of the most celebrated occasion of the country with everyone from our friends and family to our favourite bollywood stars! The excitement to welcome Lord Ganesha remains extremely high and so is the joy of adorning indian ethnic attires. On this day, devotees dress up, prepare delicious delicacies and worship the God of wisdom. A day that is filled with fun, it is the perfect occasion to go out and celebrate with family.
- Silk Sari – Speaking of ethnic clothes and festivals, no woman can forget to adorn herself with silk sarees as this is an eternal indian style that has a capability of showcasing the natural beauty of Indian women. Try draping a timeless chanderi silk saree for the pooja with a matching or contrast blouse and pair it with stunning accessories to bring out the beauty and reap compliments.
- Anarkali Suit – Floor length Anarkalis are in demand for almost all festive as well as family occasions. Opt for flared anarkalis or side cut dresses in various necklines to combine the traditional touch with modernity. You can team this attire with aesthetic jewellery and traditional footwear.
- Dhoti Kurta – Though there are a variety of choices for the ladies, men need not worry about as the dhoti and kurta combo is always at their rescue. Dhoti Kurta is a classic piece and an eternal ethnic Indian wear that best compliments the physique of Indian men. Pairing them with suave mojaris completes the look of the outfit.
- Printed Kurta – Men’s kurtas has always been in trend for any festive occasion. This outfit goes well with trousers as well as denims. Stay cool and comfortable in the hustle-bustle of Ganesh Chaturthi and look like a trendy gentleman in this ethnic wear.
Why should parents have all the fun..now there are so many ethnic outfits available for kids that they cannot be left behind and have the right to dress up in the most stylish way for this festival. Parents also do not take any risk in making their kids look any less than a prince charming or little angel. Boys can opt for Kurta payjamas, nehru jackets and pathani suits whereas girls can go for lehenga cholis, anarkali suits and gowns.
Get into the festive spirit this Ganesh Chaturthi and wear traditional outfits which are trendy too!