Indian Wedding Sarees
The designs and the fabrics depend on the occasion. For instance the wedding sarees are intricately designed with zari and flakes of gold and silver. Indian saris normally wear in Hindu weddings by bride. The Indian wedding sarees or Indian bridal sarees is given a lot of importance in India. Indian sarees come in different fabrics from cotton to silk, from georgettes to crapes for marriage occasion. Bharatplaza gives you an exclusive collection of bridal Indian saris, Indian bridal sarees for brides, dulhan and many more, over 1000 designer Indian saree for wedding and marriages are added every month. There are millions of human beings all around the world, all dress up in some sort, which articulates certain aspects of language, gesture and discipline of their habitat, which also acknowledge an art with aesthetic meanings. Things changed dramatically in globalized world, but techniques of dressing up and decorations in eastern culture which regarded as traditional reflections of social hierarchies, beliefs and customs, in many cases embodies meaning of spirituality, religiosity and fertility as well as encoding power of relations, sometimes distinguished from fashion. There are different dresses for different occasions. Saree is most popular among them which can be worn at many occasions. Saree stands for a long piece of cloth. Some of the most common occasions to wear this outfit are: DIWALI The festival of lights enlightens our lives each year with memories of the past and illuminates our future with hope and joy. With the arrival of Diwali, special moments flood the mind. Ladies wear indian saree at this occasion. KARWA CHAUTH 'Karwa Chauth' is a ritual of fasting observed by married Hindu women seeking the longevity, well-being and prosperity of their husbands. It is popular amongst married women in the northern and western parts of India, especially, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. This festival comes 9 days before Diwali on 'kartik ki chauth', i.e., on the fourth day of the new moon immediately after Dusshera, in the month of 'Karthik' In the evening, women dress up in special clothes, usually a red or pink sari or 'lehenga-choli' with gold woven 'zari' patterns. New brides often wear their bridal saris. All deck up in jewelry and wear 'mehendi' or henna patterns especially on the hands. Decorative 'bindis' on the forehead are a must for all women taking part in this celebration. During Navratri and Dandiya playing embroidered sarees are in use. The most common occasion is wedding ceremony. Bride and other ladies are often seen in wedding sarees. A saree accompanies an Indian woman throughout her life in every occasion - it can be gorgeous, simple or traditional. If you are looking for an elegant Indian Saree for everyday wear or some designer sarees, party wear sarees, bridal sarees or embroidered sarees for some special occasion then you have come to the right place. But, don't worry if you are not an Indian and want to try out a saree just because it looks so elegant.