GAURI PUJA Hand-painted Madhubani Bandhini Tussar Silk Saree
This saree blouse set has a depiction of Gauri Puja, an offering of gratitude to the goddess Gauri (Parvati) in kohbar ghar (bridegroom room where all the puja takes place after marriage) during the four-day Hindu marriage ceremony in the Mithila region of Bihar. It takes place after the Sanskritic rites of
saptapadi (saat phere), sindoordan and kanya dan, which are traditional rituals in our culture.
In Bihar, they typically occured in the courtyard, also known as angnaa, natural elements used to be the centre of decoration which felt very raw and authentic at times. Those smell of beautiful flowers on marwa which is basically situated at the center of aangan, it has banana tree decoration on every corner acting as a pillar.
This saree will take you back to your wedding days if you from that part of time. All the detailings on this saree has been done keeping all the rituals and decorations in mind. Be it colorful borders or the red color of saree or the background filling of beautiful leaves and floral artwork.
This saree will come with a running blouse piece with minimal artwork on sleeves and back. Blouse length- 90 to 100cm, width-44inch
Fabric- Handloom Tussar silk
Made on order, Shipped in 70-90 days
Saree Length- 5.5 m, width-44inch