Diwali is just on the verge, and I believe all you ladies out there must have their shopping list ready by far. If not, then you can do it now but if yes, girl you might need some amendments. I know saree would definitely be a part of your shopping but have you thought which type of sarees??? Yes, this is really important. Diwali is the most auspicious festival of India. And to make it more grand, don’t go for the same old style of sarees. Get out of your own culture and touch the roots of other traditions. I am sure you will fall in love with them.

India is known for its vivid diversity in terms of culture, customs and traditions. But it’s always good to taste other’s cup of tea. Isn’t it? Slip into totally different style belonging to different state and look like million bucks. Women love experimenting; be it cooking or clothing. So, it’s high time to utilize your creative buds and make heads turn around.

Let’s get friendly with some famous styles of different states of India, & try them this Diwali.

KASAVU – Kerala Fashion

 image-2 Earlier known as Settu saree!

This saree is an old traditional attire of Kerala women. The high point in this saree style is its thick golden border which was earlier woven with threads of real gold. But nowadays, it has modified and includes colours & artificial threads. This saree is perfect attire for festival celebrations and can be easily picked from online sarees.

PAITHANI – Maharashtra Fashion

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This saree is the most popular attire of Aurangabad. Women over there adorn this saree for festivals, traditional occasions and wedding ceremonies. This hand-woven silk saree looks perfect for any occasion because of its appealing zari work and bright hues.

Strut like a diva in this gorgeous piece of cloth!

MUGA – Assam Fashion

image-4The most elegant and grand fashion of Assam!

Muga sarees are designed from finest quality of silk which is produced by larvae that feeds on two types of special leaves. It’s beautiful lustrous texture and soft, silky touch is enough to engulf anyone’s attention. The golden threads of the Muga sarees can only be found in Assam.

If planning to buy sarees online, make this style your next fashion statement.

LEHERIYA – Rajasthan Fashion

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The most favoured tradition of Rajasthan is Bandhani sarees. Be it wedding, festival or any other occasion, Rajasthani women just love their traditional attires and embrace them in the most perfect way. These sarees look so beautiful when paired with heavy traditional ornaments.

BANDHANI – Gujarat Fashion

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This saree speaks about the bond as it has derived from the word ‘Bandhan’. Bandhani saree style is famous in both Gujarat and Rajasthan. The only difference between bandhani and leheriya saree is of the way the cloth is tied during the process of dyeing.

Make this Diwali extra special by embracing different cultures and traditions.

Hope you enjoyed this post. Until next time… XOXO! :)