Indian Kurta and Pyjama Set For Diwali With Coat

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Kurta Pyjama For Diwali

Finally, that time of the year has come when everyone wants to shop until they drop. While various e-commerce giants host new deals every hour, at, we help you to unbox the best Diwali 2016 deals. In this article, we have listed some ways on how to dress like a dashing man for this Diwali. So, stand out tall in fashion and don't let your style dip.

Here are the amazing options: Traditional kurtas- with Diwali sale 2016 around the corner, the best buy is traditional stylish kurtas. Unlike the olden days, these kurtas are no anymore boring; there are various prints available in the market. Asymmetrical trends have also cropped in and it is perfect for people who want to be creative with style. You can complement it with churidar or salwar, depending upon the kind of look that you wish to portray. While churidars offers bit of dressiness to the look, always add a casual vibe. Of course, the icing on the cake would be a Nehru Jacket.

Bandhgala- Bandhgalas are in fashion since ancient times. While buying them, ensure that the bandhgala jacket is neither made from synthetic nor from velvet. Instead, go for cotton ones and light woollens. Embroidery is optional and pairing it up with fitted trousers is another option. Not only for Diwali, but Bandgala can also rock well for other occasions too. So, go ahead and invest in a bandhgala.

Jodhpuri Pants- Jodhpuri pants offer you a wide range of styling opportunities. It can be dressed for both casual and formal events. These pants actually depict your playful side. While wearing these pants, make sure you pair it up with a monochrome shirt. A mandarin collar goes well with such pants. To add a more formal touch, a bandi jacket is enough or alternatively, a traditional Nehru jacket will also look amazing.


Dhan means wealth and Teras means the thirteenth day of the next half of Ashwin month. The primary day of Diwali, Dhanteras signifies the value of wealth, and maybe this is the cause why people purchase gold & utensils. The day is too celebrated as the birth anniversary of noble Dhanvantari - the surgeon of Gods. On this day, Dhanvantari was appear from the ocean after the difficult churning of sea by deities and demons. Lord Dhanvantari is worshipped by Hindus as they believe that by offering prayers to him, good health is secured for the entire year. After Samudra Manthan (churning of the ocean), Dhanvantari emerged with Shankh, Chakra, Amrit & Jalauka in each of his four hands.

Chhoti Diwali/Narak Chaturdashi

After Dhanteras comes Narak Chaturdashi (Kali Chaudas in Gujarat). On this day, Lord Krishna killed the demon Narkasura; Narak Chaturdashi signifies the victory of good over evil and light over darkness. People wash and clean their houses and symbolically dispose of evils. South Indian states celebrate this day with much excitement; they wake up early and have bath with perfumed oil & water; they dress themselves with new clothes and draw rangoli near the doorstep of their houses. In Gujarat, on this day, people worship Goddess Kali to save themselves from evil spirits.

Laxmi Puja on Diwali

Now here comes Diwali - the last day of Hindu calendar. This day is celebrated by a host of activities together. Elderly are busy in Diwali Pooja and worship Goddess Laxmi; by performing this, they seek blessings of Laxmi - Goddess of Wealth. Children are overjoyed as they engage themselves in bursting crackers & gorging on sweets and other delicacies. Moreover, it's time to enjoy social get-together; people visit their neighbourhood and also pay visit to their relatives. Exchanging Diwali gifts is a common practice on this day. Indians wear new apparels & jewellery and offer prayers in temples. Business community also performs Pooja of their ledgers; on this day, they close their old accounts as this is the last day of year.

Dhotis- they resemble the traditional Indian look or actually you can say it is an old wine in a new bottle. Ah! But don't confuse it with your dhoti pants; here we are talking about tying traditional dhotis with short achkan. It is a sure shot recipie to stand out from the herd. Truly, this traditional Indian garment offers a bundle of style opportunities.

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With Diwali around the corner, the best way to celebrate this festival is to add liveliness to your outfit. Think blingy, out-of-the-box, colorful, yummy and more importantly style, style and tonnes of style. What do you think about this post? Can you suggest any other outfits for the year 2021? Are you an advocate of Indian outfits or western outfits? Do let us know in the comment section given below. We are eagerly looking forward to hear from you!