Happy Pongal: Want to look stylish until now traditional this harvest season?
Dress up like south star Keerthy Suresh
Happy Pongal: Pongal is a traditional harvest festival celebrated in South India, mostly in the states of Telangana, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh. As the harvest season take out near, make ready a foot everyone is in the glorious mood with Lohri, Makar Sankranti, Pongal, and Bihu festivities. Here is a series of traditional outfits that you can wear this festive season and look your best just like Keerthy Suresh. Hair tied up neatly in a bun with gajra, typical hand-picked jewelry and the classic white saree with golden borders is the perfect dress for Pongal celebrations.
A red banarasi silk saree with some traditional jewelry can make you stand out from the crowd. This traditional piece is stylish and graceful.
A fine silk made pink kurta with matching bottoms and a blue or teal colour dupatta in gorgette is the perfect any celebration.
Wear a simple kurta plus bottoms and top it off with a handmade dupatta with mirror-work or hand embroidary.
Wear the classic Kerala saree while making those beautiful Pongal kolam rangolis and look redundant special in this traditonal wear and tear. Join in on the festivites by wearing a tussar silk saree with minimum or no jewelry to make your look traditional.
What’s Pongal celebrated for?
It’s devoted to the sun God, Surya, and corresponds to Makar Sankranti, the crop jubilee under numerous indigenous names celebrated throughout India. The three days of the Pongal jubilee are called Bhogi Pongal, Surya Pongal, and Mattu Pongal. Some Tamils celebrate a fourth day of Pongal known as Kanum Pongal.
Why do Hindus celebrate Pongal?
It’s principally a harvesting jubilee or it can be considered as the’ thanksgiving’ jubilee’ because this jubilee is celebrated to thank the Sun God and Lord Indra for helping growers in getting better- yielding crops. During the jubilee, people reject old possession and welcome new stuff.
What’s Pongal called in India?
Pongal has colorful names. The most common variations include Lohri, Makar Sankranti, Poki, Bihu and Hadaga. The fests of Pongal vary slightly in festivity.
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