On the night of Diwali (Festival of lights, in India; one of the most cherished and celebrated festival in India, having religious and cultural importance), I decided to wear indo-western attire.
I am wearing metallic backless crop top ( though the pic is of front only) with golden net skirt and jaipuri dupatta. It was upto my satisfaction, but I am not too good at getting fully ready for any occassion. I could wear danglers as well but skipped them because I didn’t feel like wearing them. But yes, I wore golden and multi-coloured bangles and bindi for sure, for giving my look a more traditional touch.
Celebrated the diwali peacefully, performing religious rituals and praying for better days, alongwith gratitude.
How did you find my look?? Also, have you ever worn Indian or Indo-western dress attire?? Let me know about it. 💖💫💙
EID AL FITR.. One of my most favourite festivals, a day n night bestowed with harmony, prayers and every pious feeling of oneness with the universe maker (you call him Allah, I just don’t use any word being apparently atheist). This festival has such feel good, peaceful vibes. Oh ! Not to forget to mention the feast. Last year we made sewaiyan (vermicelli cooked in milk n condensed milk alongwith dry fruits etc.) with other things (don’t want to mention).
Moreover, the importance of moon in it just raises the spiritual vibe to a whole new level.
Sadly, this year we could not celebrate due to a familial sorrow. But I hope that you celebrate it by heart and stay blessed.