It’s Bachbaras today. This is a unique festival observed in few parts of North India. It is observed four days after Janmashtami. The ritual is for the wellbeing of children. On this day usually women eat food made from millet.It is celebrated by worshipping cow and eating all the sprouts like moth, bajra, moong and chana.
I choose to wear my 20years old Narayan Peth saree in haldi-kumkum combination. These saree is very popular in and around Sholapur district of Maharashtra. It is a traditional Maharashtrian saree is weaved mainly in this district.The saree’s main body is plain and has a contrast border and pallu.They are light weight and made with soft silk which makes it easy to manage it.