Chanderi Sea Green Cotton Fabric High Neck Designer Kurti

Chanderi kurtis are a traditional outfit from the city of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh. Chanderi is a famous city of India that has an established weaving industry. Wearing Chanderi kurtis demonstrates a person's social standing and can even affect their career opportunities. These kurtis are often worn by men, women and children in different colors and styles. Wearing a Chanderi kurtis shows class, elegance and tradition.

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✅   Type Kurti
✅   Wash Care Gentle Wash
✅   Occasion Party
✅   Febric Chanderi Silk
✅   Sleeves 3/4


Chanderi kurtis are popularly worn during festivals and other celebrations. They're usually made of chiffon fabric with multiple colors and designs. The most common colors for a chanderi are green, yellow, orange and red. Green is the national color of India, which leads to its prominence in the design choices for these kurtis. Other common designs include asymmetrical patterns, embroidery, tassels and sequins. The designs on these kurtis showcase Indian culture and heritage through symbols such as elephants, temples and gods. People also wear these outfits to weddings or formal parties to show off their social standing. They can even affect your career prospects; politicians wear green chanderi kurtis at election times to show their dedication to their job.

Apart from fashion, Chanderi kurtis can also be worn religiously. Many Hindus wear them during festivals like Diwali and Holi to show their religious devotion. They also wear them on birthdays and other occasions to demonstrate group unity. Some people also wear green chanderi kurtis to funerals to show respect for the deceased. It's also customary for Hindus to wear white cotton sashes with green chanderi during funerals as a sign of purity or innocence. People believe that wearing these sashes will protect them from the negative energy of the death ritual.

Chanderi kurtis are an essential part of Indian culture due to their versatility- they're worn for fashion or religious reasons alike. Wearing a chanderi shows your commitment to traditions such as Christmas or Easter celebrations or Hindu festivals like Diwali or Holi. It can also help you with your career if you're a politician showing off your dedication to the people. Hopefully, others will start wearing Chanderi Kurtis as we approach International Kurta Day!


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