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The Grace of Lord Shiva – Mahashivratri

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Mahashivratri is one of the largest and most significant among the sacred festival nights of India. Considered to be the darkest night of the year, it is the time to celebrate the grace of Lord Shiva, who is considered the Adi Guru from whom the yogic tradition originates. It is said that the planetary position on this night are such that there is a powerful natural upsurge of energy in the human system. ‘The great might of Shiva’ marks a remembrance of “overcoming darkness and ignorance” in life and the world.

Green is considered to be the favourite colour of Lord Shiva because that is the colour of Sri Parvati Devi in Meenakari avatar. Since it is believed to be the night of wedding of Shiva-Parvati, women devotees also prefer dressing in wedding finery in colours like red, bright, orange, magenta, etc. At Luxurion World we want all you women devotees to celebrate Shivratri with a feat of colour. Here’s a nice and colourful way to celebrate Shivrartri.

Yellow and green hand block printed chanderi silk saree

The auspicious combo of yellow and green makes itself prominent in this beautiful chanderi saree. The splash of block prints adds a vibrant look. Light weight, easy to drape and carry makes this one an ideal choice to be worn for the day long festivities. Pair it with ethnic jewellery and soak in the spirit of the festival.

Red and green patti work georgette saree

If there is a ‘jagran’ which you need to attend, this red georgette is what you need to dress for the auspicious night. Light weight and breezy, it is the burst of green and he winsome work of gota patti that steals the show. This grace denotes the pleasing look of traditional drape and the delightful feel of festive optimism.





Pink handloom Banarasi pure silk saree

The wedding night of Lord Shiva and Parvati beckons you to dress bright in festive clothing. This pink banarasi is splendour and grandeur that will enchant you with its spellbinding look. Drape in its regalia to be ready for the ostentatious wedding of your favourite deities.

Green and blue handloom Maheshwari silk cotton unstitched suit set