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SareeSutra: Durga Puja Look: Malasa Embellished Georgette Saree

For Navami Puja event, I picked a Malasa saree to wear. Quintessentially autumn/winter trendy berry lip, rose gold earrings and ivory sandals rounded out the last look for this Durga Puja.

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SareeSutra: Durga Puja Look: Samanjri’s Raw Silk

Art, Motifs, Interior Décor, and Fashion have all evolved, harmonised and arrived at a level of exquisite globalization – under the big umbrella of Lifestyle. The extension of art to clothing and accessories, translates into inspiring designs.

SareeSutra: Durga Puja Look: Samanjri's Raw Silk
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SareeSutra: Durga Puja Look: Jamdani Print Tangail Half-Silk Saree

Durga Puja is a celebration of the Mother Goddess, and her victory  over the evil demon Mahishasur. The festival celebrates the powerful female force in the Universe.

SareeSutra: Durga Puja Look: Half-Silk Jamdani Print Tangail Saree
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রবি ঠাকুরের নারী চরিত্রদের প্রতি শ্রদ্ধাঞ্জলি

“For we women are not only the deities of the household fire, but the flame of the soul itself.” ― Rabindranath Tagore, The Home and the World

Pohela Boishakh Look: A Tribute to Tagore's Female Characters
পহেলা বৈশাখের সাজগোজ – রবি ঠাকুরের নারী চরিত্রদের প্রতি শ্রদ্ধাঞ্জলি

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SareeSutra: Wearing Handloom Baluchori

Around 95% of the world’s hand woven fabric comes from India. On 7th August, when India celebrated its second National Handloom Day, the Textiles ministry initiated the #IWearHandloom campaign, urging men and women to post photographs of them wearing handlooms and tag five others. Social media timelines and feeds were filled with photographs of people dolled up in the best of handlooms.

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Pohela Boishakh Look: A Tribute to Tagore’s Female Characters

“For we women are not only the deities of the household fire, but the flame of the soul itself.” ― Rabindranath Tagore, The Home and the World

Pohela Boishakh Look: A Tribute to Tagore's Female Characters
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SareeSutra: Embellished White Net Saree and Rosy Sun Rays Hair-do

Over the weekend, I attended Saraswati Puja. Goddess Saraswati is revered as the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music and art. I was happy to finally have reached ‘white’. Although most people would wear yellow on this festival as it is also celebrated as the first day of spring according to Hindu calendar. For some reason, in my childhood, my mother used to dress us up in white. So, I decided to walk down the memory lane and wore an embellished white net saree that I designed a few years ago.

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