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Traditional Outfits for Ganesh Chaturthi: TANEIRA’s Festive Edition

Sarees for Indian festivals are must-haves, which Indian women can’t keep at arm’s length. As the festive season has approached in full swing, it’s time to gear up your wardrobe game. Marking the pious beginnings with prosperity and peace, Ganesh Chaturthi is graced with the welcoming of Lord Ganesha, popularly revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences, and the deva of wisdom and intellect.

While modaks, laddoos, rangolis, and floral decorations make space in your home; ‘Taneira’ is all set with traditional sarees to light up your festive mood this Ganeshotsav. Which color to wear, how to dress up, and which outfit combos to switch to, are the loftiest questions that must be hitting you hard. Here are the best, traditionally rich, outfit ideas to try this festive season to quench your thirst for the perfect drapes.



Gossamer Chanderi sarees are delicately handwoven and bring an effortless glamour to the world of weaves. Their rich sheer texture paired with intricate, gold zari work are connoisseurs’ first choice. Say yes to lightweight, royal weaves, decked with ‘adda’ borders, ‘nakshi’ borders, and ‘patela’ for welcoming Bappa Maurya. Style them with statement jewelry such as temple-designed jhumkas, rani haar, meenakari chandbalis and kangans, filigree mang-tikas, kundan sets, and others to enrich your look.

Maheshwari sarees with a plain body, stripes, or checks in different varieties are high in demand. ‘Chandrakala’ and ‘Baingani Chandrakala’ are the delights in the plain category, while ‘Chandratara’, ‘Parbi’ and ‘Beli’ are the striped ones. Popular colors in Maheshwari weaves are ‘Angoori’ (grape green), ‘Gul Bakshi’ (magenta), ‘Jaamla’ (purple), ‘Tapkeer’ (deep brown), ‘Dalimbi’, and ‘Rani’ (deep pink), ‘Dhaani’ (green), ‘Kaashi’ (light purple) and ‘Aamrak’ (golden). One can flaunt them with contrast or monochromatic blouses with full sleeves, knots, cuts, or tubes in different neck styles.


The unsurpassed finesse of Jamdani sarees is a sign of opulence. With popular motifs like ‘Panna Hajar’ (thousand emeralds), ‘Kalka’ (paisley), ‘Butidar’ (small flowers), ‘Fulwar’ (floral rows), ‘Tersa’ (diagonal patterns), ‘Duria’ (polka dot) and ‘Charkona’ (rectangular motifs), these weaves are awesome for festive fashion.

As lightweight and delightful as they are, Bengal cotton sarees rooted in traditional countenance are also quintessential for the festive season. Also known as ‘Bengal Tant’, these weaves are woven in fine cotton yarn with time-honored motifs like ‘bhomra’ (bumblebee), ‘tabij’ (amulet), ‘rajmahal’ (royal palace), ‘ardha-chandra’ (half-moon), ‘chandmala’ (garland of moons), ‘ratan chokh’ (gem-eyed), ‘benki’ (spiral), ‘aansh’ (fish scales), ‘nilambari’ (blue sky) and ‘phool’ (flowers).

You can style all these beautifully handcrafted sarees with varieties of blouses, where an array of high neck, boat neck, lacework, light mirror work, sweetheart, U-neck, and many others can be underscored.


Sarees with Sanganeri printing are divine to flaunt for blithesome junctures such as Ganesh Chaturthi. Their royal variety of designs and patterns includes all kinds of flowers, mainly sunflowers, roses, and narcissus. Designs depicting fruits, folk scenes, and various gods are also noteworthy. The curves and patterns in block printing majorly illustrate the cultural flora and fauna of Sanganer, Rajasthan. These sarees are the voguish expression of ultra-comfort and creativity imbibed in one.

Shibori sarees are one of their kind in which the technique involves preparing the fabric for dyeing in many ways – by folding, stitching, pleating, sewing, twisting, or binding. Small objects such as stones, wooden or glass balls, nuts, or sticks are used to create patterns. Revealing painterly freedom of expression, these sarees with geometrical motifs, ice crystals, or waves are the contemporized must-haves to try for a traditional occasion.


Embroidered weaves with extraordinarily gorgeous handwork on a silk-cotton base are relishes to get along with for a festive mood. From Chikankari to Mukaish work, Kamal Kadai to Gota work, Kasuti to Phool-Patti work, Zardozi to Aari work, explore a wide range of easy-to-drape sarees bedecked in Indian embroideries. You can style them with both contemporary and traditional jewelry pieces, syncing with hairstyles and light makeup.

You can even explore the collection of South sarees that will make your heart go pitter-patter! Ranging from ‘chirala’, ‘kupaddam’, ‘uppada pattu’, ‘Chettinad’ ‘narayanpret’, ‘Dharwad’, ‘pochampally’, ‘ikat’, ‘kalamkari’, ‘Madurai sungudi’ and pure handloom south cotton sarees dyed in natural colors and ornamented in traditional designs, these woven yards of pure comfort are unescapable for a festival as grandeur as Ganeshotsav.


Woven organza – cotton, viscose applique, cotton-embroidered, viscose embroidered, mirror-embroidered, and woven cotton kurta sets are the top-notch picks from our curated collections to rejoice this Ganesh Chavithi.

These pieces are beautifully handcrafted, easy to style and easy to carry, lightweight, and crafted out of breathable fabrics to ensure a quality experience for the wearer. Eye-catching colors like light pink, dark yellow, green, dark blue, violet, beige, and orange in a set of three – kurta, a pair of pants, and a dupatta make each of the sets too fetching to be added to your festive collection.

Choosing outfits for Ganeshotsav can be super exciting if you have various color and design options. At ‘Taneira’, it’s all about flaunting ethnic fashion, with the dose of liveliness in scintillating shades and pretty patterns. Happy hues, customary motifs, and handcrafted sarees will rekindle the festive fervor for your traditional countenance in a tweak of time.