Festivals are a time for celebration and joy. It is the time when people meet their family members and friends after a long period of work or studies. Festivals are also a good opportunity to wear new clothes, meet new people and make new friends. Traditional Indian outfits like saree, lehga choli, kurta pyjama etc. are worn on festivals because they look beautiful and they add elegance to the wearer’s personality as well.
Indian dresses such as Saree, Lehga choli, Kurta pyjama, patiala salwar etc.
Indian dresses like sarees, lehga cholis, kurta pyjamas and patialas are worn during various occasions. These dresses are available in a variety of colors, designs and styles.
Diwali is a major festival in the country. On the festival of Diwali people wear traditional clothes
Diwali is a major festival in the country. On the festival of Diwali people wear traditional clothes. People wear traditional clothes in many parts of India on this day. Many parts of India have different types of dresses for women and men. In some places, both women and men wear similar kind of clothes, whereas in other places, they have completely separate outfits to be worn by each sex respectively.
In many parts of India ,people wear ethnic dresses like Lehga choli, Saree, Kurta pajama etc.
India is a land of festivals. Festivals are celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm in India. In many parts of India, people wear ethnic dresses like Lehga choli,Saree,Kurta pyjama etc. Traditional clothes are also worn during festivals like patiala salwar kameez which is popular in North India and South India respectively.
Traditional attire worn by women during festive occasions can be classified into two categories: Sarees and Lehengas (Cholis). A Sari comprises of six different pieces—all of which are stitched together to form one single piece of clothing that may be as long as 10 meters! A Lehenga (Choli) usually consists of 3 main components – the Dupatta (scarf), Ghunghat/Odhani (veil), Salwar Kameez/Pajamas pants & top
In North India women wear salwar kurta and men wear kurta pajama on festivals and during marriage ceremonies.
In North India, women wear salwar kurta and men wear kurta pajama on festivals and during marriage ceremonies. Salwar kurta is a traditional dress of north India. It consists of a long shirt (kameez) with baggy pants(salwar). Kurtas can be worn without a salwar suit but it will not look good as the fabric used in making salwars is thick and heavy. The size of both the shirt and pants depends upon your height, weight, waistline, etc..
Kurta pajamas are very popular among men in North India because they are loose-fitting clothes that allow you to move freely while keeping you warm at the same time.
In some cases, people prefer to buy new clothes during festivals and there are special offers in the market.
Indians usually prefer to wear traditional clothes during festivals.
Holi is a spring festival in India and it marks the beginning of the spring season. People celebrate Holi by applying colors on each other’s faces, having fun playing with colors, and throwing colors at each other. During holi men wear white color kurta pajamas and women wear white color salwar kameez.
As you can see, we have covered all the aspects of Indian outfits. We hope that this blog post has been helpful in understanding how to wear traditional Indian clothing during festivals.