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Contest: What saree are you wearing this Navratri/Durga Puja and how will you stylize it.

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Posted on September 08 2015

The festive season is already here. With Durga Puja/ Navratri approaching soon, what have you ladies thought about your wardrobe? Tell us how you are planning to dress up for the festivals. What saree are you planning to wear, what accessories and how will you have the best look. Share with us your styling ideas and stand a chance to win this Yellow and Green Mysore Silk Saree to add to your wardrobe.

The Winner Ms. is Ekta Goel. Our heartiest congratulations to her.

Submit your ideas on our blog. The cut of date for the contest is

Sunday, 13th September, 2015 - midnight 00:00:00 hrs.

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  • Navratri and durga puja is an auspicious occasion to wear the shades of sun that is RED,YELLOW,ORANGE. They symbolise energy strength and power in you. Instead of a saree…I can plan one new saree for each day as I am so fond of this truely indian stylish and classy costume.The gold light jewellery with light makeup will complement the whole attire.so my plans are on with my rich imagination of bright colourful hues of my nav sarees for Navratri.
    Thankyou
    Keep smiling .

    Posted by Sonia Bansal | September 18, 2015
  • Hi I would like to wear red colour half saree with red bengals .

    Posted by Deep | September 18, 2015
  • I like the festive season , and in navratri I love to wear tant ,cotton and silk sarees ,on coming navrati ,I would love to wear offwhite saree with red border and palla with zari work with heavy antique gold jewellery and with aa classy make up and on ashatmi puja which is the main puja of nahttp://m.jabong.com/inddus-Graceful-Pink-Bhagalpuri-Silk-Printed-Saree-1080863.html?pos=23vratri

    Posted by sadhana pandit | September 15, 2015
  • I would lik to wear bandhej saree which color is yellow and red and do simple makeup vid light jewellery. Ihav a long straight hair. And most imp thing is if u wear saree properly u will always looking beautiful.&i vil try my best

    Posted by deepti garg | September 14, 2015
  • To celebrate Navratri means full get up of an indian traditional bride. With lots of bright colors full makeup of a married women with all the “solah sringar”. The way daeity Durga is worshipped and kept at home for nine days with an “akhand jyot” has its own charm. The excitement is shown in the eyes of the worshipper and the indian get up makes it a winner of hearts. So I m gonna wear all the typical silk sarees with seedha pallu. With all gold jewellery including my rani haar. With Alta on toes and mehendi in hands and yes vemillion does it complete for me. “Jai Mata Di”

    Posted by Ruchi | September 13, 2015
  • Hi. My name is Saloni. In our office, circulars of stipulated colours are distributed and we wear sarees accordingly. I would like to wear silk or georgette saree as per the colour list. I would enjoy all the days. Regards.

    Posted by Saloni | September 13, 2015
  • I will wear all kinds of sarees and all my sarees would be chosen from the nine regions. My objective would be to wear a new kind of Saree every day. This Puja will be slightly different I will be gifting three sarees to three old and poor women

    My accessories will include gold bangles , diamond bangles and glass bangles. Jewellery would be contemporary.

    My shopping list also includes kolhapuri juti, beads chappal and glass chappal matching to my sarees.

    This put together would be the best look I will carry around, I believe.

    Posted by Sushree Satapathy | September 13, 2015
  • Navratrey puja is on the edge and every year we celebrate puja for 10 days.i m proud of my indian culture and traditions.Rich heritage of India and m proud of it.Mostly i wear nice traditional sarees for this occasion. This time i have a lot of sarees ..collection of southsilk..cotton silk ..georgette..chiffon ..but as of now its very hot if we talk about weather..so i will prefer to wear georgette and chiffon saree wid some traditional work..specially in evening aartis georgetts and for morning prayers chiffon and silk sarees.thanx and happy navratrey in advance to my indian frends.

    Posted by Pragati | September 13, 2015
  • Hello
    I am sunitha
    I like to dress up traditionally on festivals. Navaratri is my favourite festival which is celebrated 9 days and on vijayadasami i will wear kanchi silk saree . I will dress up with chain, earrings , matching bangles and anklets
    I take blessings from elders by offering them shamipatram
    On durgashtami day i will wear my grandmother’s saree and distribute gifts to 9 girls below age of 10 years as they are worshipped as navdurga
    Jai matadi

    Posted by sunitha | September 12, 2015
  • Just any saree ?if u wear properly any saree u will look beautiful …..perfect indian beauty ??

    Posted by seema | September 12, 2015
  • i prefer light wighted silk saree combination musterd yellow with red border saree with simple gold jewellary with bangles

    Posted by vidya | September 12, 2015
  • I have planned to wear a Pink colour traditional kancheepura saree with golden jerry and pink blouse along with pearl set.

    Posted by Vijayalakshmi | September 12, 2015
  • Navratri is a nine day festival honouring various Indian Godess’. It is a celebration of femininity. The festival is celebrated differently in various parts of India. I am a South Indian and wear a different coloured silk saree each day depending on the godess. It is one festival where i wear all my jewellery and keep floweres in my hair. We keep a golu in our home and our home is full of family and friends. I make it a point to attend dandiya and garba( Gujrati navratri dance) and often wear bandhani sarees for the same. The final day of Navratri is celebrated as Saraswati pooja where we generally wear white.

    Posted by shilpa | September 11, 2015
  • I have a very good collection of saris. Two states per day. Two saris one for morning pooja and one for evening. Cotton from different states in the morning and silk ,crepe or georgette in the evening. Coimbatore ,bengal,benaras,kerala bandhini that gives me an opportunity to use at least twenty good saris. What more can I ask for. Navarathri ki jai.

    Posted by mrs. lata | September 11, 2015
  • Navarathri will be a special festival because that 10days we will be continuosly doing pooja ,i wear a brown colour saree with madi kattu and wear jewels what i hve main theme of durga pooja is peace

    Posted by priya | September 11, 2015
  • Navarathri will be a special festival because that 10days we will be continuosly doing pooja ,i wear a brown colour saree with madi kattu and wear jewels what i hve main theme of durga pooja is peace

    Posted by priya | September 11, 2015
  • I will wear a typical bengali saree… White with red border… Complete it with shankh pola bangles..minimum makeup with red sindhoor n bindhi…. N. Pearl necklace with earrings.

    Posted by savita Dondani | September 11, 2015
  • Navratri is a festival that includes celebration for 9 magical nights where men and women worship Goddess durga. The dandiya and garba are two traditional dance forms which are popular only because of this festival.I m planning to attend this dance first time……DRESSING UP FOR NAVRATRI….it means lots of colors work of mirror in my saree. Mostly many color present in BANDHEJ SAREE….So i will wear BANDHEJ SAREE of yellow,red and green color with blouse work with little mirros and Multy color Banlges for Garbha Night. Rather than this day. Saptmi Navmi…i will wear PUPLE SOUTH INIDAN SILK Saree.. and MAROON CHIFFON with golden sequence work…..Its feel lovely to share my planning with you. Thanks yellowfaishon…..HAPPY NAVRATRI

    Posted by Deepti | September 11, 2015
  • WHEN WE OF TRADITIONAL LOOK OR WEAR, INDIA IS WHOLESOME IN THIS. YOU HAVE VARIED WAYS TO ENHANCE THE BEAUTY OF AN WOMEN. THE DEFINATION OF WOMEN IS VERY SIMPLE YET NOT DEFINABLE. SHE HAS VARIOUS COLOURS IN HER LIFE FROM BEING A DAUGHTER TO THE GRANDMOTHER. THE JOURNEY IS EXCLUSIVLY ABOUT THE VARIOUS SHADES OF LIFE. SHE IS TIMID AND ALSO CAN TAKE THE IMAGE OF A TIGRESS. THE FESTIVAL OF GOODNESS PREVALING OVER EVIL PORTRAYS THE VARIOUS SHADES SHE HAS PASSED THROUGH. EACH DAY OF THE NAVRATRI CAN BE UNIGUE IN ITS OWN WAY.WE HAVE 29 STATES WITH VARIED CULTURE AND POSHAKH.
    I WOULD LIKE TO CHOOSE ANY 9 STATES AND DRESS AS PER THEM :
    1) MAHARASHTRA : TYPICAL 9 YARD SAREE WITH KHAN CHOLI AND TUSHI
    2) GUJARATH : GHAGRA CHOLI OR GUJJU SAREE WITH MOTIF
    3) KERALA : VESHTI WITH FLOWERS AND GOLD ORNAMENT
    4) ORISSA / BENGAL : TRADITIONAL WAY

    AND THE LIST WILL CONTINUE BASED ON PREFERENCE OF EACH DAY

    Posted by JYOTI NAIK | September 11, 2015
  • I would like to wear pure silk Saree Mahroon and White colour with golden border with traditional Perl jewellary and just simple make up.

    Posted by CHHAYA REWALE | September 11, 2015
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