Happy Ganesh Chaturthi my loving readers!
The festive season is upon us! and we need to look our very best on every occasion. Was surfing through the internet to find ethnic wears and was stunned by the collection Craftsvilla is offering! They have something for every occasion.
Craftsvilla.com is a marketplace to “Discover Unique Indian Products” including Handmade, Vintage, Ethnic, Organic and Natural products from India.
India is a beautiful assortment of diversity reflected in our Clothing, Food, Lifestyle, Language, Music, Books etc. This diversity is so rich and diverse that an attempt to capture it on a single platform was never made. Craftsvilla.com is that sincere attempt by bunch of young insane guys and gals who think this is possible now with the Internet.
Craftsvilla.com uses a marketplace model to capture the regional variations of India. We connect local artisans & designers directly to global customers and thereby increase their livelihood, remove middlemen, help them create/promote their brand and thereby preserve our culture, traditions and values.
We believe this journey will not only help artisans of India but also help customers discover and buy products which they otherwise are not able to do today.
As they say starting Craftsvilla.com was fate, reaching out to artisans was a choice, but falling in love with the idea of India was beyond our control. Lets relive that old India together again.
Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations:
Ganesh Chaturthi is huge in Maharashtra! The Ganpati Aagman with Dhol tasha, Ganpati Sthapna, Ganpati miravnuk aartis and visarjan are something we await every year with great love and enthusiasm. And we need to look the best every day for the aartis and for the loving guests visiting our home. We need to clean our home, decorate the pandal which is going to be the home of Ganpati for few days.
The Saree I got from Craftsvilla is a beautiful faux organza saree with floral print and a gold border. I matched it with magenta blouse with similar border sleeve. I kept it low with the jewelry. Gold Studded jhumkas and a nathni (Maharashtrian nose pin) gave it proper Maharashtrian ethnic look. You can add layered neck pieces for the extra glam effect.
Check out the Craftsvilla collection here: Craftsvilla.com
Let me know how do you like to celebrate Ganesh chaturthi and what’s your favorite part!? Mine has to be eating modak.
Hope you like this blog! Wishing you happiness as big as Ganesh’s appetite, Life as long as his trunk, troubles as small as his mouse and moments as sweet as his laddus!
Have a great day ahead! Love you all. xoxo- Bareen