Joyous Eid

by Shatika, July 2, 2016

Eid ul Fitr is a celebratory occasion that Muslims mark the end of Ramadan with. It denotes the end of a whole month of spiritual cleansing that the Muslims have gone through and lands on the 1st of Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic Lunar Calendar. Generally muslim’s will celebrate with lavish feasts and buy new clothes on the occasion and celebrate. While food is important on Eid, there are also religious obligations connected to the festival which see Muslims give thanks to Allah for giving them the strength to get through the month of Ramadan. As well as forgiveness, self-reflection, and undertaking peaceful contemplation, Muslims are also required to give to charity by way of Fitrana – an obligatory charity which is to be paid prior to Eid-ul Fitr. Ramadan is a time to reflect spiritually, build communally, and aid those in need.

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The Eid day starts early when Muslims, first and foremost, gather at mosques, plazas or outdoor squares to perform prayers in new clothes which have been given to them. Immediately after, they wish each other a peaceful and prosperous Eid Mubarak before sharing, with family and friends, the food they have prepared. While Eid is about sharing we would also like to share in the celebrations and Shatika, a leading online handloom saree house, has come up with some sarees which are suitable for such a grand celebration. The first saree which is befitting is the saree lehanga that Shatika has specially arranged to be launched during Eid. The stylish designer’s lehanga saree are royal and have generous sprinkling of festivities. Here are some beautiful pieces.

Sarees from Andhra Pradesh to make Eid unforgettable. Broad silk border with solid colours and contrasting pallus and is woven with intricate golden zari brocade, Dharmavaram silk sarees are most attractive and desired at festivities.
Arni silk sarees are known for their softness and durability and they make a wonderful choice for formal dressing. The specialty of Arni sarees is that the saree from Tamil nadu is a heavenly choice for celebrations.

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Patolas saree is a sacred silk saree in double ikat . Since its creation and advent more than 700 years back. The traditional Patola saree is a suitable choice, the handmade sarees made by Shatika worn by women on important religious occasions.

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The kanchipuram silk sarees from Kanchipuram are just the correct choice for such a grand festival. The ageless and time-less saree is most relevant for the occasion it is being worn for. The beauty of the kanchi silk will never fade. It is made resplendent with the glory it gives the occasion it graces. Experience these sarees for we love to share with our saree lovers- festivals. Happy Eid.

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