Teej festival falls in month of the Sawan or monsoons. It is celebrated in many states of India like Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and some parts of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. This festival is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Three types of the festival are mostly celebrated namely Haryali Teej, Hartalika Teej and Kajari Teej. Married women take a bath early and wear new clothes and adorn themselves with traditional ornaments. They buy traditional clothes like Sarees and Salwar suits. They visit the temples of Goddess Parvati and worship her.
Set new fashion trends with this aqua shade saree featuring detailed decorative patterns all over embellished using varied size stones, aari work, zardosi and buggle beads. Rich border part is decorated with intricate embroidery using buggle beads, stones and zardosi. It is paired with a designer matching blouse.
Exotic designer saree in dark turquoise green shade features delicate multi colored fancy stick-on buttis all over. Intricate multi colored floral patterns run along the border part and are heavily embellished using multi colored resham, aari work, sequins, buggle beads, appliqué work and varied stones. Second half of saree is accentuated with detailed floral patterns heavily embellished with multi colored resham, aari work, sequins, fancy stick-ons, buggle beads, appliqué work and varied stones. It is paired with a matching blouse. It is a pure georgette saree. It is ideal saree for Teej Festival.
Enhance your beauty with this shaded saree in beige and blue. It is with a scallop border, shows off floral motifs done in white stones, beads and blue sequins. Saree and pallu sparkled with blue and beige sequins and beads work. Brocade spaghetti beige blouse is teamed with blue and beige net jacket for the more conventional ladies. Sleeves border is similar to the saree border. It is a net saree.
Cbazaar offers a wide range of Festival sarees.