Celebrating a Journey of New Beginnings

Celebrating a Journey of New Beginnings

A new beginning in a country like India is always considered as an auspicious occasion. It’s a joyous moment every person looks forward to irrespective of social class and demographics. It continues to inspire Indians across the world to leave back worries of the past and confidently turn on a new leaf of life. To celebrate it people start their day early, take a bath, perform their prayer rituals and put on new, traditional clothes to keep the feel-good factor alive. Moreover, wearing traditional Indian clothes also sends positive vibes and maintains the sanctity of the occasion in a grand way.

Many festivals in India celebrate the joy of new beginnings. The prominent ones include Ganesh Chaturthi, Gudi Padwa, Akshaya Tritiya, Ugadi, Vishu, Baisakhi and Diwali. All the above festivals celebrate new beginnings in their own peculiar ways. Bringing alive the good-old charm of unshakable Indian values, ancients traditions and customs. It’s also that time of the year when people buy new clothes, new gadgets, new properties and other desired luxuries of life.

In India, the Kurta has always been the fine ambassador of new beginnings. This simple yet elegant men’s attire has everything it takes to make a new beginning worth remembering. This collarless style statement is destined to make heads turn and jaws drop with its dignified presence. A well-designed Kurta can not only give the boring black suit a run for its money but also impress the onlookers at any occasion. Another advantage of wearing a Kurta is that it makes you more presentable without having to put in too much effort. Perhaps that’s the reason why Indian Daily Soaps overdo kurta-studded celebration scenes. Wearing a Kurta also means a thumbs-up from the elders in the family, a sure shot way to get into their good books while reviving the traditions.

Fashion accessories also play a vital role in glorifying the signature look of the Kurta wearer. Value additions like Bajubandhs, designer dupattas, scarfs, intricately designed mojdis and brooches can be used as per desired permutations and combinations to glam-up the festive look. The Kurta is also a star player in the kids’ couture. Boys Kurtas have already claimed the must-have status in the junior wardrobe. Parents today don’t have to force their kids to wear a Kurta on special occasions. It’s already there in the young one’s consideration set. The Indo-western Kurta is one of most preferred option in the category as it gives the traditional attire an all-new contemporary outlook.

The rise of online shopping and to some extent demonetization has contributed to the rising demand of Boys Kurta and boys traditional wear brands in the virtual marketplace. This traditional attire is also being exported to countries across the world where Indians have made migrated especially in the U.K., the U.S. and the Middle East.
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