Eid is celebrated to mark the end of Ramzan, the Islamic
holy month of fasting. Eid-Ul-Fitr in Arab means ‘Festival of breaking the
fast’. This festival symbolizes faith to the Muslims.
During the month of Ramzan people not only restrain
themselves from food, but also abstain from all kind of evil activities. The
month full of fasting ends with Eid, as a reward for the ones who fasted.
Though the main festivity falls on the first day, Eid is celebrated for three
On this day, Muslims from across the world gather for prayer
celebration, for a three day celebration where families and friends get
together, rejoice and share their Ramadan experience. It is a fun and
significant occasion; one that people will remember until the next time Ramadan
Special prayer services are held on this day in large
congregation halls or in open fields. Muslims from all walks of life attend the
prayers dressed in new clothes, wearing their favourite fragrance. Afterwards,
when people gather at home with friends and family, they send gifts to each
other such as sweets, cash and garments.
India's love affair with gold is eternal, across
centuries and millennia. It is much more to us than just a precious metal. - It
is part of our culture and our belief system.
In Hindu folklore, some of our goddesses
are described as golden-hued, the definitive in beauty. Gold, as the source of purity
and splendour, is referred to as the seed of Agni, the God of
Fire. Manu the ancient law-giver decreed that golden ornaments
must be worn for particular ceremonies and occasions.
It is thus considered a sacred item in the
Hindu way of life and is a necessity in every holy function, the reason being
that Gold is pure having passed through fire in its process of evolution.
Indians perceive the metal as a representation of purity, prosperity and good
fortune. Hopeful and positive, Gold adds a luminosity and warmth to everything
with which it is associated.
It is thus not surprising at all that gold
has become an integral part of modern day events and functions. Given its
versatility, it can be used in different designs, paired with different colours
and accessories. Just a hint of Gold can enhance one’s look immediately. Pothys
has many a design in the different shades of this divine colour.
This traditional maroon and gold silk saree with intricately woven pallu will make you praiseworthy!
Add a glamour factor to any festive occasion, in this art silk saree with a dash of purple.
For both a grand yet stylish look, this half and half silk saree with rich zari pallu is a perfect choice.
The leaf motif all over the body and stone works on the pallu add beauty to the brilliant hue of gold.
AADI is the monsoon festival month of South India.
The festival pays tribute to water's life-sustaining properties. For the blessing of mankind with peace, prosperity and happiness, Nature worship in the form of Amman deities are carried out to shower Nature’s bountiful grace on human beings. Prayers and pujas are offered to appease the powerful goddesses and seek their protection from the ominous aspects that are often linked with the month. This is an auspicious month when farmers begin to sow and the retailers begin to slash prices!
Aadiperukku is very special in the Kaveri delta. This festival is native to the perennial river basins of Tamil Nadu and major water source areas and is to celebrate the rising water levels due to the onset of monsoon, which is expected to occur customarily on the 18th day of the solar month, Aadi equivalent to the 2nd or 3 August every year. Hence “Padinettam perukku” – Padinettu signifies eighteen, and Perukku denotes rising. On this propitious day, Goddess Parvathi Devi is worshipped by offering different rice dishes. Aadiperukku is a festival of fertility and people of Tamil Nadu particularly women offer prayers. They wear new clothes and perform abhishekham for Kaveri amman.
The way to celebrate the auspicious month is with new clothes from Pothys.
Whether for yourself or to gift to others on Aadi Vellis (Aadi month Fridays), you will find the most valuable offers right here at Pothys.
This Aadi- Pothys brings you an offer of discounted sales to give you great savings! Get up to 50% 0ff on all our products.
The Pink Lehenga with a grey blouse is a stunning combo for your D-day. Pink is a popular wedding color. Wear it for a picture perfect event.
This Nakshatra is a ‘Fit for any occasion ‘wear. Celebrate this divine month with this vibrant color. It is traditional yet fashionable. Orange is the new black!
Strut beautifully in this blue saree with a peacock design on it! One can look effortlessly posh in this blue silk saree. With minimal accessories, one is sure to turn heads!
This yellow designer saree with a floral embroided border is beautiful & stylish. The colour pallette will be a style insipration to many!
Drape yourself in this timeless Mayuri Menpattu. Pothys gives you a collection with a contemporary style, while retaining the traditional beauty of the sari.
This designer saree with a netted pallu will add yards of elegance to you. The neon and yellow stripes on the fuses an element of chic into the saree! Accessorize it right and be ready to sweep people off their feet!
The woven green and purple mayuris, on the pallu give it a unique design element, making it a show stopper.
The peacock motifs, woven in green and purple and the flattering drape of soft silk enhance your style.
Checks in a slim zari golden border blends tradition with modernity.
Drape to Dress up
Pothys gives you sarees with a contemporary style, while retaining the traditional beauty of the saree. This summer, strut with style like the beautiful peacock, with our all new Mayuri Menpattu collection.
The Bride is not the only star of the wedding. At Pothys, we know that the Bridesmaids and Maids of Honour are also dazzling stars who add colour and glamour to every wedding. Here are top style picks for bridesmaids.
Brilliant Blue Zari shimmers on a summery yellow body.
Double colored Pallu on a glamorous green!
Ravishing Yellow Flares with Pink Zari for a charming look.