Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Traditional sarees for South Indian Brides

Bridal sarees! The very words evoke myriad emotions at the same time. A bridal saree eventually goes on to become the most special saree a girl ends up wearing in her entire life. This particular attire is at the heart of so many emotions that a girl goes through before her wedding. Will I look good on my wedding day? Will the color of the saree suit me? How will it go with the other accessories? These are just a few thoughts that just refuse to leave a bride’s mind before the D-Day. So, here is a look at the list of traditional bridal sarees of South India.

South Indian traditional sarees for brides: What you need to find out

The south Indian silk sarees are a rage among brides. Muga, Mulburry, Eri and Tussore are the four types of silk sarees preferred by most of the girls out there. Today, we will be discussing a few aspects of the traditional sarees from South India with you so that you can find out whether you would want any of them as your wedding attire or not. After all, it always pays to conduct proper research on the sarees.

Let us tell you that you can find almost all these sarees in most of the southern states of the country. However, when it comes to leading the pack, it might as well be claimed that Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh are the major hubs selling them.

For real craftsmanship, however, you have to check out other collections like Mysore silk sarees, Kanjeevaram sarees and Pochampally Ikkat sarees. One of the most notable attributes of these sarees is that they can be passed on from generation to generation since their luster and quality don’t suffer with the passage of time – thanks to the high end craftsmanship.

Traditional Indian Sarees Online

Mysore silk makes for a brilliant combination of vivacity and minimalism. The silk is very comfortable and renders an aptly versatile look.

The Kancheepuram, it might as well be said, is a favorite of many girls out there. The vibrant motifs (represented by brilliant color contrasts) are the highlight of these sarees. Some of the common designs used are that of checks, pyramidal temple borders and stripes. The floral booties are traditional designs. Craftsmen entwine three different types of clothes to make these sarees. This is the reason why they are so expensive.

Konrad sarees typically represent Indian deities embroidered on them. They have wider borders than what most of the other south Indian silk sarees have. Besides deities, peacocks, paisleys and elephants are other motifs used in these sarees.

South Indian brides are advised to include at least one south Indian silk saree for their bridal trousseau. For many a south Indian silk (saree) remains the possession of a lifetime and no we are not only talking about South Indian girls only!

There are several stores in different parts of India that sell south Indian sarees. However, many a time prudent customers go on to question the authenticity of these sarees when they buy them from regions that are not exactly the hubs of these sarees. You need to ensure that you are acting sagaciously while taking your pick. Please do not commit the mistake of picking up a store randomly in your search for the best Kanjeevaram or for that matter any other South Indian saree. Do ensure that you are studying the credentials of the store thoroughly before you are actually buying from them. Keep these points in view before you’re getting your hands on your choice.

Best of luck with your choice!

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Today Bengalis are celebrating Bengali New Year 1423

Today all the Bengalis are celebrating Poila Boishakh or Bengali New Year day. Basically peoples of two Indian Sates like West Bengal & Tripura and peoples of Bangladesh are celebrating this occasion. In this day they wear new dress and arrange some delicious menus in their home with tasty Bengali sweets. Shops and other local business owners open their new accounting year with new copy book blessed by Sri Ganesh Ji.

The Bangla calendar is fixed to the Indian solar calendar, which based on the Surya Siddhanta. As with many other alternatives of the Indian solar calendar, the Bengali calendar begins in mid-April of the Gregorian year.

The opening day of the Bengali year therefore match with the mid-April new year in Mithila, Assam, Burma, Cambodia, Kerala, Manipur, Nepal, Odisha, Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu and Thailand.

The progress of the Bangla calendar is often featured to king of Gour or Gauda, Shashanka as the opening date drops directly within his time. King Shashanka of Gour is acclaimed with initiating the Bengali period.

Mughal Emperor Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar, commenced a modified Bengali calendar to make tax collection simpler in Bengal. The Mughals accumulated tax according to the Islamic calendar and Akbar organized an advancement of the calendar structures, because the lunar Islamic calendar did not agree with the produces and the farmers faced rigorous complexities in giving taxes out of season.

Bengali New Year 1423 "Poila Boishakh"

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Top 10 Must Visit Places in Norway

If you are a nature lover and want to view beautiful landscapes and also want to feel fresh travel experience then you must visit Norway once in your lifetime.
Peoples are very much friendly i Norway and they are always available for any help. Here I want to provide top ten must visit places in Norway. Such as:

  • Geirangerfjord
  • Bryggen
  • Heddal Stave Church
  • Viking Ship Museum
  • Jostedalsbreen Glacier
  • Nordkapp
  • Nidaros Cathedral
  • Voringfossen
  • Urnes Stave Church
  • Roros
Beautiful landscapes of  Norway