Colorful rangolis,crackers,poojas … Diwali is one of the most yearned-for festival of the year! The glorious triumph of virtuousness over evil, uprightness over immorality, truth over deceit; this festival is a continuous reminder of the results of one’s actions and deeds. Hindus celebrate this event with great verve and vigour. It has always been cherished with our near and dear ones. Nevertheless it calls for timely preparations and arrangements to avoid the last minute hassles! With the impending Diwali season, people seek for stylish ethnic attires complementing their choices, which not only synergise with the mood of the season but also make the heads turn.


Indian ethnic wear has grown since ancient times, when women donned sarees, dupattas and matching salwars; a convenient identification with elegance and simplicity. Even with the rampant rise in western wear, the prominence of Indian wear remains unchallenged and undefeated. Bandhej concept from Rajasthan, Chikankari from Lucknow or Kanjivaram and Tasar continue to remain nevertheless much prized possessions in a woman’s closet.


Gone are the days when ethnic wear was synonymous to “discomfort”. The novel collections and assortment of ethnic garments comprise of exquisite designs, range of colour options and multiple exclusive concepts, while supporting the individual fabric preferences for the varying seasons in India. While cotton and georgette sarees are primarily suited to the morning, summery days in North and South India, the heavy Tasar and Pashmina silk are mostly favoured by women in the cold wintry days of December and January.


With the changing lifestyles, young girls have developed a penchant for experiencing the growing new styles in the ethnic fashion industry, Thanks to our Kareenas and Katrinas, who have immaculately pulled off the best of their looks in film festivals, movies and red carpets, inspiring  young girls to follow this much aspired and appreciated fashion concept across the globe.


This season explore different styles with our dedicated collection of:

Lehenga Saree – The brilliance of saree combined with elegance of lehenga

Anarkali salwar suits and churidars-The royal outfit which takes you back to the glorious Mughal era!

Bollywood Replica Sarees- Inspiring collection directly from the closet of our Bollywood fashionistas !

Art Silk Sarees- Gracefulness of silk at the best possible price.

Ready Made Salwar Suits- Standard sizes suitable for all body types! Couple it with a beautifully studded neckpiece and earrings.

Gowns- Flamboyance, attitude, glamour and splendour, a mini capsule to that perfect look for the ever buzzing Diwali night!


At Triveniethnics, this Diwali, we promise you a seamless experience of refreshing your wardrobe, offering a sense of confidence and gracefulness as you strut your way to the glorious festival of lights!


By: Nitya Gupta


A royal wedding garb is incomplete without a set of fashionable jewellery. Jewellery is undeniably a woman’s prized possession. Gold and diamond ornaments have long been associated with the social status and lifestyle of individuals. The legacy of transferring the ownership of jewellery to the succeeding generations has continued to be an important ritual in Indian families.

Fashion accessories include neck pieces, earrings, bangles, bracelets, pendants and rings. The heavy neckpieces with an extensive detailing of gemstones, sapphires, crystals, and diamonds offer a tasteful fusion to your regal attire. Choker necklaces with Kundan embellishments provide you a classy and chic look, and enhance the splendor when coupled with low cut cholis and hanging chandelier or hoop style earrings. You may also accentuate your look with a maang tika on your loosely tied bun or straight hair!


A modern and a formal professional western attire teams up best with a light minimalistic, single stone pendants in variety of hues and a pair of gemstone studded earrings. You can always flaunt the desired look with the pearl necklaces as they epitomize elegance and flamboyance at the very same time. Golden or silver bangles can be worn as a regular statement accessory by married females. Oversized hoop earrings complement the casual attire and jive well with denims and long skirts.


This Diwali, sit pretty and stay ravishing with an elaborate Triveni ethnic range of fashion jewels and costumes. Explore the opulence and magnificence of the jaw dropping palette of ensembles! The select range of our jewellery is sure to bring uniqueness to your fashion pursuit.

By: Nitya Gupta