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Contest: Share with us a memorable Navratri experience.

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Posted on October 19 2015

Navratri is a festival of dance, music and a lot more. For all those who have always participated in the celebration of the festival, share with us one of your most memorable Navratri experience and stand a chance to win this Bhagalpuri casual wear saree.

 

The winner of the contest is Ms. Shilpa Bindlish. A heartiest congratulation to her and a big thank you to all the participants. 

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

Wednesday, 28th October, 2015 - midnight 00:00:00 hrs.

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  • Thanks you so much team :) How to contact u

    Posted by Shilpa Bindlish | October 30, 2015
  • navaratri is a festival which shows power,forms,divine,grace,shanti,prayers,devotion,sharing,of the people towards the grace of my durga the almighty and pwerful who came into the existence after a long meditation and rituals which ramaji did to gt extra power to kill ravan and than this celebration of navararti startedwhich we follow to mk ourselves detoxify after the wordly pleasure which we tolerate ,live ,share etc in our daily life .so let is all say jai mat di sache darbar ki jai

    Posted by anita patel | October 29, 2015
  • It was late 90s when I shifted to Surat in Gujrat soon after my marriage. It was post monsoon period and the season of festivals was about to begin. I had heard about the Dandiya fever that can be seen in Gujrat and Maharshtra but had never got the opportunity to witness. And here it was this beautiful 9 days long festival of devotion, celebrations, enthusiasm, colourful costumes, whirls and swirls, that tapping sound of the dandiyas. It was so amazing that I could not stop my self from getting into this wave of excitement and fun. I took out all my nice colorful sarees and bought lot more for the occasion. Mind it Surat is also called ‘silk city’. Then there was no stopping. I was not a good dancer. But who cared. I used to do ‘garba’ almost till midnight untill I was exhausted completely. There I got the taste of how to celebrate life. I still cherish those memories !! beautiful memories !!

    Posted by Asha | October 28, 2015
  • Navratras are the true occasion for sarees The bright colour, traditional design and the best of all is that God has created those mind who really deliver what we actually wants to wear and feel happy while worshipping drugs matta.Bhakti mein hai shakti and shakti mein hai energy and energy we get to do bhakti is only and only yellow fashion.yessssssss from indu vashist

    Posted by Yashika | October 28, 2015
  • No words except FABULOUS

    Posted by Nuzhat | October 28, 2015
  • Defining both the religious and cultural themes, Navratri celebrations are seeped in traditional music and dance. Gujarat is the focus of Navratri celebrations with all night-long dance and festivities. ‘Garba’ is a devotional dance form that derives from the folklore of Lord Krishna singing and dancing with the gopis using ‘dandiya’ or slim wooden sticks. ‘Raas Garba’ has also evolved to include steps like ‘Dodhiyu’, ‘Trikoniya’, ‘Lehree’ and several others. What’s more, with time, Navratri festival has seen changes in celebrations with well-choreographed dance performances, high-end acoustics and people dressed in made-to-order, bright costumes. Tourists flock to Vadodara in Gujarat to enjoy a mix of high-energy band music performances, singing and dancing.

    Navratri in India witnesses myriad forms of devotion across the country while retaining the common underlying theme of good over evil. In Jammu, the Vaishno Devi shrine sees a huge rise in the number of devotees making their way to the pilgrimage during Navratri. In Himachal Pradesh, the Navratri Mela marks the auspicious occasion of Navratri. In West Bengal, men and women celebrate ‘Durga Puja’ with great devotion and reverence and worship Goddess Durga destroying the demon ‘Mahishasura’. ‘Ramlila’, wherein people enact scenes from Ramayana is performed in big grounds. ‘Dussehra’ which coincides with the tenth day of Ashwin (Sharad) Navratri sees nation-wide celebration.

    In South India, during Navratri, people arrange idols in a step pattern and invoke the name of God. In Mysore, the nine-day Navratri festival coincides with ‘Dasara’ Festival involving folk music renditions and dance performances, wrestling tournaments and tableau participation. The procession of tableaux along with embellished elephants, camels and horses starting from the brightly-lit Mysore Palace is a famous one. ‘Vijayadashami’ is also an auspicious day in South India for performing puja for one’s vehicle.

    Posted by Hetal | October 27, 2015
  • Defining both the religious and cultural themes, Navratri celebrations are seeped in traditional music and dance. Gujarat is the focus of Navratri celebrations with all night-long dance and festivities. ‘Garba’ is a devotional dance form that derives from the folklore of Lord Krishna singing and dancing with the gopis using ‘dandiya’ or slim wooden sticks. ‘Raas Garba’ has also evolved to include steps like ‘Dodhiyu’, ‘Trikoniya’, ‘Lehree’ and several others. What’s more, with time, Navratri festival has seen changes in celebrations with well-choreographed dance performances, high-end acoustics and people dressed in made-to-order, bright costumes. Tourists flock to Vadodara in Gujarat to enjoy a mix of high-energy band music performances, singing and dancing.

    Navratri in India witnesses myriad forms of devotion across the country while retaining the common underlying theme of good over evil. In Jammu, the Vaishno Devi shrine sees a huge rise in the number of devotees making their way to the pilgrimage during Navratri. In Himachal Pradesh, the Navratri Mela marks the auspicious occasion of Navratri. In West Bengal, men and women celebrate ‘Durga Puja’ with great devotion and reverence and worship Goddess Durga destroying the demon ‘Mahishasura’. ‘Ramlila’, wherein people enact scenes from Ramayana is performed in big grounds. ‘Dussehra’ which coincides with the tenth day of Ashwin (Sharad) Navratri sees nation-wide celebration.

    In South India, during Navratri, people arrange idols in a step pattern and invoke the name of God. In Mysore, the nine-day Navratri festival coincides with ‘Dasara’ Festival involving folk music renditions and dance performances, wrestling tournaments and tableau participation. The procession of tableaux along with embellished elephants, camels and horses starting from the brightly-lit Mysore Palace is a famous one. ‘Vijayadashami’ is also an auspicious day in South India for performing puja for one’s vehicle.

    Posted by Hetal | October 27, 2015
  • Navratras are the true occasion for sarees The bright colour, traditional design and the best of all is that God has created those mind who really deliver what we actually wants to wear and feel happy while worshipping drugs matta.Bhakti mein hai shakti and shakti mein hai energy and energy we get to do bhakti is only and only yellow fashion.yessssssss from indu vashist

    Posted by indu vashist | October 25, 2015
  • Navratras are the true occasion for sarees The bright colour, traditional design and the best of all is that God has created those mind who really deliver what we actually wants to wear and feel happy while worshipping drugs matta.Bhakti mein hai shakti and shakti mein hai energy and energy we get to do bhakti is only and only yellow fashion.yessssssss from indu vashist

    Posted by indu vashist | October 24, 2015
  • Navratras are the true occasion for sarees The bright colour, traditional design and the best of all is that God has created those mind who really deliver what we actually wants to wear and feel happy while worshipping drugs matta.Bhakti mein hai shakti and shakti mein hai energy and energy we get to do bhakti is only and only yellow fashion.yessssssss from indu vashist

    Posted by indu vashist | October 24, 2015
  • Navarathri is a festival dedicated to the worship of the Hindu diety Durga. The word Navarathri means ‘Nine nights’ in Sanskrit , Nava meaning nine and ratri meaning nights. Nine forms of Devi are worshipped. The tenth day is commonly referred to as Vijayadasami or Dussehra.I like yellowfashion waters.

    Posted by Rekha | October 24, 2015
  • Playing Garba or Dandiya is the first thought that comes to our mind when we are talking about navratri and when we are talking about Garba,the dressing is important,this i first realize when i was in gujarat for two years.People there were so crazy about their dresses and that time i really felt on how to celebrate a festival.Hats off to them.

    Posted by Deepak | October 24, 2015
  • Navratri is celebrated in my family with loads of fervor since ages. Festive ambiance, colorful surroundings, new outfits and ofcourse yummy sweets always tempted me like the most luxurious fantasies of life… I remember attending many auspicious occasions with mum in the neighbourhood like house warming ceremonies, baby showers, weddings n many more. As an innocent kid, I so loved weaing makeup and extravagantly bright clothes those days that I asked mum one day “why don’t we have such festivity all around the year?” Mum hugged me closed to her heart and said “These are those pious days when we can do our most desirable ceremonies and Goddess Durga showers us with properity and well being.” In response, I insisted mum to get me married during Navratri some day when I grow up… Mum shared my innocent wish to everyone in the family and laughed a lot.
    I never knew Durga Maa accepted my wish and decided my destiny the very day .
    Years later, when I got to fall in love with a person who didn’t belong to my community, I created big buzz in the family and my world turned upside down due to huge objection by everyone for this alliance :( It took me three years to convince my family for this marriage and the day when they finally gave their consent was 23 Oct. that happened to be one of the auspicious day of Navratri that year.. Mum couldn’t resist herself acclaiming “See, you wanted yourself to get married during Navratri days, and Mata Rani has fulfilled your wish.” :)
    This is the most touching incident of my life and I completed 10 years of my wedded life with my hubby yesterday thanking Goddess Durga for blessing me :)

    Posted by Shilpa Bindlish | October 24, 2015
  • I live in Jalna (Maharashtra) I wore bhagalpuri sadi, which purchase from you, its looking very good, weightless, all my saheli asking from where you purchase this sari. I have answered them only Yellow Fashion.

    Posted by Rasana Dehedkar | October 24, 2015
  • I live in Jalna (Maharashtra) I wore bhagalpuri sadi, which purchase from you, its looking very good, weightless

    Posted by Rasana Dehedkar | October 24, 2015
  • Very horesome no words

    Posted by priya | October 24, 2015
  • Novraatee may Durg puja karnasay man ko shanit miil te hay maa Durg sabeke kamna purn Kara yace durg ge say kamna hay

    Posted by rakhi runwal | October 23, 2015
  • Navratri is the best festival for me my do the fast .We do pooja and aarti both the time. This Navratri some of my dream came true. I belive in this and go for bhakti at the temple and sang bhajan and do the grabha .
    Always maa durga gave me gift and my wish comes true. And bought saree from yellow fashion and everyone like the material and appcriate for the same.
    Thank you yellow fashion to keep my trust and sent good material.

    Posted by Manju | October 23, 2015
  • I enjoyed the collection of yellow fashion.it is unique and eleghant .trendy with striking colours .i wore it on the happy moment of Navaratri Pooja.my husband expressed “awesome”.iam delighted

    Posted by Kalaivani Ramalingam | October 23, 2015
  • Navratri is a very special occasion.we had a great fun in garba n dandiya.. I also won a saree in raffle at the temple during navratri garba. Going back there tomorrow again.. yellow fashion saree will add in to my glamour on that day.. I just love all your sarees.
    Thanks

    Posted by Vandana | October 23, 2015
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