An unadulterated soul of Bengal : Gamcha Saree and The Durga Puja Festive look
Women empowerment is an essential concern in our society, being a mother, daughter and a wife, a lady always endeavors her faith, work and dignity for her family and closed ones. The portrait of a woman as a mother and essence of ‘Shakti’ is depicted in the form of Goddess ‘Durga’.
Though we consider Durga Puja as a festival of joy and happiness but behind it the soul reason is the assassination of the evil by the holy divinity. The representation of the images as depicted in this blog is the symbolization of a woman as a whole.
Saree is the most common Indian attire worn by a woman in India. It has its own form and way of draping among the different cultures and states of India. In Bengal, a woman looks celestial and enchanting through the Bengali style of draping. She can be vividly portrait as Goddess Durga with the beauty of the saree of Bengal.
With its elegant and magnificent look, the ‘Gamcha’ saree has it’s own form of creating beauty through an unadulterated soul of Bengal. A lady can look more alluring and spender if she wears the ‘Gamcha’ saree.
Here is the unconventional charm is the black solid cotton kurta in form of a blouse.
How about the 'Gamcha' jhola(bag) that I am styling! 😊
My blog has it’s own responsibility to draw a way the loneliness of the ‘Gamcha’ saree by the introduction of a pure handmade fabric unique fabric jewellery embedded with the face of Goddess ‘Durga’
• ‘Gamcha’ saree is from a local shop
• Black kurta from Pantaloons
· L’oreal uv perfect advanced 12h uv protector spf50+ even complexion
· Maybelline Fit me Compact
· Sephora Colorful blush
· Colopop Cosmetics ultra-matte liquid lipstick in shade ‘Bumble’
· Maybelline The Nudes Eyeshadow Palette
· L’oreal super fat liquid eyeliner
· Maybelline Color Sensational mascara
· Lakme Eyeconic Kajal
Photography By: saptarshisarkarofficial
Hope you guys enjoyed this post. Do let me know your views about this Outfit look. 😊
That’s all for today darlings!