Navratri not only symbolises the victory of good over evil (Goddess Durga's victory over Mahishasur) but also celebrates the spirit of Indian culture in its togetherness. Devotees, not only celebrate the festival by offering prayers to the Goddess but also wear traditional and colourful dresses, sing song and indulge in other fun activities like- playing Garba and Dandiya. Navratri being a festival of togetherness, people always prefer to wear dresses of similar colours and patterns to spread the message of oneness. We are going to give ideas on how to pair your ethnic wear for navrartri. While women use to prefer the traditional Chaniya Choli, that has vibrant colours and beautiful embroidery. Now choices have changed, women like to wear attire that is a very comfortable and stylish one, in this style you can easily pair your kalamkari skirt with any kind of new ethnic crop top and here you are ready with your new look for this Navratri and create your new look at every time.

Have you order Qyaari saree yet?

Posted by : Rutuja Kale | 9 October, 2020