Green Lehenga Choli

Green Lehenga Choli

Blending the beauty of the sun and the sky, green the most vivacious hue on this planet. Forming the centre of a rainbow, this cool and serene colour depicts freshness, peace and harmony. In apparels, as a part of spring collections green is commonly paired with soft and playful hues like yellow, white, pink and blue.

Green in Ethnic Wear

According to the Hindu culture, green is an auspicious hue. Green coloured lehenga cholis are usually preferred for religious occasions like Diwali puja, the Ganesh puja during the wedding, house-warming ceremonies and baby-shower occasions. Green is also widely used in bridal lehengas. Sea, aqua, emerald, mehendi, olive, lime and bottle green are various shades that are commonly used in designing lehenga cholis. In the Islamic culture also green is considered as an auspicious colour. During Eid, women get decked up in green coloured lehenga cholis or Pakistani suits. These festive outfits are generously embellished with zari, lace work, stone work, resham-embroidery and bead work. offers amazing designs in printed and embroidered lehenga cholis to suit your wardrobe needs for different occasions. We have a trendy collection of designer lehenga cholis at the best price and with styles that will surely have you wanting for more!

The Royal Effect:

This lively hue has also been on the colour palette of wardrobes of royal families. Princesses from Rajasthan are commonly spotted in green lehenga cholis during their family events.

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Of Delighted

I am posted in an Indian small town, the campus is a good 5 kms away from markets - buying latest stuff is dependent on my visits to my native city - which is not often. So I depend on for sarees, anarkalis etc. I also bought a simple lehenga recently when I had to attend a colleague's wedding & may I take the liberty to praise myself ;-) - I looked smashing. In fact, a senior professor genuinely got concerned - telling me that looking this attractive may pose danger to my safety in this hinterland!! Thank you for bringing happiness to my cottage door.

-Raima Shrinath | Mahendragarh, Haryana

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