Indian festival sarees are created keeping in mind the mood, the occasion and the event. The colour and the designs of the sarees are created accordingly. India is the centre of various festivals and is held by different communities and religion in different seasons. Indian festival sarees are the manifestations of the event and the type of celebrations. Almost each region in India has its individual test and way of draping the 'saree'. Some daring ladies have been known to wear it with backless cholis or even without one! 'Sarees' come in a wide variety like - exclusive saris, exclusive silk sari, wedding sarees, festival saree etc. There are special Saris for happy occasions. On the birth of a new baby or the wedding of relative ladies wear brocade and festival sarees are usually worn while in celebrations and festivals like the Diwali and the Durga Puja, women wear exclusive sarees that are embroidered with gold. Brides of almost all classes wear light colored Sari. Women wear red or pink sari with zari work on the eve of karwa chauth. Fine silk sarees are for all festive occasions. On the festival of Teej, colorful bandhej sarees are very much into the trend. For buying exclusive sarees Bharatplaza is the best saree shop where you can find fancy and unique collection of exclusive embroidered saris, exclusive sari from our fashion designers, festival sarees for different occasions such as navratri, dandiya, garba and many more, over 500 designs are added every month. Six yards of fascination goes a popular description of the 'Saree'. This 5 to 9 meter long piece of cloth is tucked in and draped around a petticoat tied at the waist, pleated and passed over the wearer's shoulder. It is normally worn with a fitted bodice called the choli, leaving the midriff bare. Depending on the wearer's mood, the 'saree' can be extremely seductive, dignified or circumspect. Women prefer sarees; the look demands tiny embroidered blouses with lot of crystal on it with beautiful Austrian or French lace sarees. Also embroidery-using sequins with a metallic sheen on sarees are just the thing to add glamour to the festive season. Red shibori sari is a good option to wear at baisakhi festival. Diwali This is perhaps the most well-known of all the Indian festivals. Indian ladies, especially in the north, wear exclusive new sarees that are embroidered with gold on this day to worship Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. Durga Puja The worship of Durga is the year's most major festival in Bengal, Orissa, Assam and Tripura. Bengali ladies always wear new traditional sarees, especially the ones with red border, on Durga puja. Karwa Chauth Indian ladies wear heavy embroidered sarees on this day. Some even wear their bridal saree. Ganpati Festival Ganpati festival is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in Maharashtra. Maharashtrian ladies perform puja wearing traditional sarees like paithani and other silk sarees. Pongal Pongal is celebrated as a new year in the South and hence women in the South wear their traditional saree of white or cream colour with gold border. Bihu It is a must for all Assamese ladies to wear a new muga or pat Mekhala Chaddar, their traditional saree, to celebrate Bihu. Besides the traditional festivals, there are other occasions where saree is the favoured outfit. There are special Sarees for happy occasions. On the birth of a new baby or the wedding of a relative, ladies wear brocade and festival sarees. There are Fancy festival sarees for different occasions such as navratri, dandiya, garba, Teez and many more. All these add glamour to the festive season.