Diwali, the Festival of Lights, marks a joyous occasion celebrated with splendor and fervor. As families
come together to share laughter, delicious meals, and heartfelt moments, it’s also a time when the
spirit of love and togetherness is in the air.
Historical or cultural significance
The word “Diwali” is derived from the Sanskrit words “Deepa” (light) and “avali” (row), symbolizing the rows of lamps that people light to ward off darkness and ignorance. Diwali has roots in various religious and cultural traditions. For Hindus, it marks the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after defeating the demon king Ravana. Sikhs celebrate Diwali as the day Guru Hargobind Ji, the sixth Sikh Guru, was released from imprisonment. Jains commemorate Lord Mahavira’s attainment of nirvana on this auspicious day. The diversity of these stories reflects the festival’s inclusivity and its ability to unite people of different faiths.
Sparkling Embellishments for the Festive Spark
Diwali, which for some also coincides with harvest and new year celebrations, is a festival of new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness. Prosperity, togetherness, celebrations, and compassion are the main characteristics of this six-day celebration in this Karthik Month according to Hindu calendar.
Day 1 begins with Dhanteras: The first day marks the beginning of the festival and is dedicated to the worship of Lord Dhanvantari, the God of Ayurveda. “Dhan” means wealth and “Teras” is the 13th day of a lunar fortnight on the Panchanga. The ushering in of a prosperous new beginning is dressing up where we bring to you the finest tradition-inspired collection of kurta pyjamas for men and gowns for ladies from our exclusive wedding and ethnic wear by Daisy Fashion.
Day 2 marks Naraka Chaturdashi/Choti Diwali: This day is celebrated to commemorate the victory of Lord Krishna over the demon Narakasura. Where families celebrate the victory and pray for long life and well-being we bring to you a wide range of Intricate embroidery, dazzling sequins kurtas and carefully placed embellishments of Nehru Jackets and impeccable range of Indo western for both men and women adding a touch of sparkle, making you the star of every celebration.
Day 3 Diwali (Lakshmi puja/ kali puja): The third day is celebrated to honor the goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity following with Kali puja dedicated to the worship of Goddess Kali, the fierce and powerful manifestation of the divine feminine. Celebrated mainly in the eastern part of India, particularly in West Bengal, Odisha, and Assam, People light lamps, burst fireworks, and exchange gifts on this day. Just as diyas adorn homes with their glow, embrace the elegance of Lakshmi Puja and Kali Puja with our finely crafted sarees, lehengas, and sherwanis that radiate opulence and tradition. Elevate your style quotient during this auspicious occasion with our exclusive designs, perfectly suited Kurta Jacket sets for the joyous celebration
Day 4 Govardhan puja: Post-Diwali, welcome the New Year with Govardhan Puja, a day to expressgratitude for nature’s abundance. This day is dedicated to Lord Krishna and commemorates his lifting of the Govardhan Hill to protect the villagers from rain and floods.
Our collection of Indo western mirrors the vibrancy of this occasion, featuring designs that resonate with the colors of the season and the joy of new beginnings.
Day 5 Brings Bhai dooj/Chitra gupt puja: As the celebration continues, immerse yourself in the cultural panorama of Bhai Dooj, a day to honor the bond between brothers and sisters. Our brand encapsulates this spirit, offering attire that exemplifies the timeless bond of love and respect and our collection allows you to mix and match pieces to create a look that resonates with your unique style. Experiment with different silhouettes of Kurtas, pair contrasting colors of Crop top-skirt, gowns and layer textures of Nehru Jackets to kurta pyjama sets to curate a look that reflects your individuality. Also giving a wide option to gift your brother and sister an attire that transcends the ordinary and embodies the spirit of togetherness and joy.
Day 6 Chatth puja: Finally, conclude the sixth-day extravaganza with Chhath Puja, a celebration of sun worship and purity mainly celebrated in Bihar. It is observed for four days, typically six days after Diwali where devotees offer prayers to the setting sun and to the rising sun. Our traditional apparel kurta Pyjama, Kurta Jacket sets, sarees and lehengas line complements the solemnity of the occasion for the newlyweds and others also a allowing you to connect with the roots of this ancient festival in style. and a lively atmosphere filled with devotion and celebration.
Feasting and Generosity
Diwali is a time for indulgence in delicious treats and feasts. Families prepare a variety of sweets and savory dishes, creating a culinary delight for everyone to enjoy. Gift-giving is a significant aspect of Diwali. Families and friends exchange sweets, dry fruits, and various other presents as a gesture of love and goodwill. This practice strengthens social bonds and spreads joy.
Embracing heritage with attire
This Diwali, let Daisy fashion illuminate your celebrations with exquisite attire that transcends tradition and radiates elegance. Explore a palette that goes beyond the conventional, with colors that reflect the warmth and joy of the season. Whether you choose the auspicious reds, the soothing pastels, or the royal blues, adorned with stars of silver and gold. Our collection ensures the perfect ensemble that not only complements the festivities but also becomes a cherished part of your memories. In the kaleidoscope of festivities, our wardrobes become vibrant canvases painted with the hues of celebration.