The culture of India is very vividly with the way of living of the people of India. India’s languages, religions, dance, music, architecture, food, and customs differ from place to place within the country. The Indian culture, often labeled as a combination of several cultures, spans across the Indian subcontinent and has been influenced by a history that is several millennia old. Many elements of India’s diverse cultures, such as Indian religions, yoga and Indian cuisine, have had a profound impact across the world.
Clothing in India varies on the different ethnicity, geography, climate and cultural traditions of the people of that region. Traditional Indian clothing for women in the north and east are saris or ghagra cholis and (lehenga and suits), while many south Indian women traditionally wear sari and children wear pattu langa. Indo-western clothing is the fusion of Western and Subcontinental fashion. Churidar, dupatta, Khara Dupatta, gamchha, kurta, mundum neriyathum, sherwani are among other clothes.
Indian fashion and ethnic wear are so famous and loved by everyone that even foreigners love to wear them. Indian ethnic wear is a colorful combination of all region inspired our culture. We celebrate different festivals and religion. We should all celebrate our culture and ethnic fashion style as well.
World ethnic Day, to be celebrated globally by craftsvilla.com on 19th of June, envisages a world held together by its roots- a world that respects heritage, civilization, anthropology, art and culture. To be sure, the company has made a deep impact, through its work, in India, with its genesis rooted in the color and vibrance of intricate work by artisans in Kutch; who never got compensated commensurate with their skill; craftsvilla.com hopes to take the ethnicity of the world forward, as a part of its story. Craftsvilla.com has brought the traditionally dis-organized ethnic craft industry onto a structured platform and has enabled micro-entrepreneurship at a scale not seen in this sector.
Founded in 2011 by Manoj Gupta and Monica Gupta, Mumbai-based Craftsvilla is India’s largest online marketplace for ethnic products. The company’s vision is to take societies back to their roots and help them discover their ethnic legacy. Says Monica Gupta, “World Ethnic Day is a concept that came out of the passion and vision of Craftsvilla.com, India s largest online marketplace for ethnic products. It is a way to celebrate the unique cultures of the world on a single day in unison.”
You can check out their website as they celebrate the World ethnic Dayand get awesome discounts on some of their great designs. So, show your Indian side and wear Ethenic on 19th June celebrating the World ethnic Day.
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