Fashion and Online Shopping

Now day’s people more conscious about Fashion. Fashion is nothing but a special style or a different appearance from others, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body piercing, or furniture. Fashion is related with these things. People now preferring stylish and unique products to look fashionable, especially in cloths, ornaments and shoes people like to wear very unique and stylish things, those products others are not using. By this they want to show up their status in society. By a distinctive and often habitual trend in the style a person looks mare fashionable. Fashionable clothes are the products of new generation and the newest creations of textile designers of current generation. Because the more technical term costume is regularly linked to the term “fashion”, the use of the former has been relegated to special senses like fancy dress or masquerade wear, while “fashion” generally means clothing, including the study of it. Although cloths are more important for fashion but other things like jewelries, shoes and other accessories are also very important from the fashion point of view.

Online Fashion Shopping

Online Fashion Shopping

In old days people purchase their cloths and other products from nearby shops, where they don’t get their liking products all times. So they have to do compromises with their fashion and style, but now days this problem was solved by online shopping technology. Now people can get their liked product from online shops in very easy way and they get their all liked products from it. So we can say that, for development of fashion and style online shopping technology helps a lot.

By the help of online shopping people also get chance to acquire the fashion of other country, i.e. if someone like some cloths or style of other country then he need  those cloths and other product to have that style. But it may chance that the availability of those products is not present with his local market, in this situation it is impossible to do that style.

So this is how online shopping helps fashion and fashion lovers.

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Famous Indian Festival Akshaya Tritiya

Akshaya Tritiya is a very famous and important festival in India. This Akshaya Tritiya festival is also known as the name Akha Teej, this is a holy day for peoples of Hindus and Jains communities. Generally it falls on the month of Vaishakha, more specifically on the third Tithi (lunar day) of Bright Half (Shukla Paksha) of the pan-Indian month of Vaishakha.  We can say this is one of the four most important days for peoples of Hindus Jain Communities. According to Hindu mythologies, It is an auspicious day of the birthday of Lord Parasurama.  Lord Parasurama is the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Another thing is on this day Veda Vyas and Lord Ganesha begins witting Mahakabya Mahabharata, Which is very important in Hindu dharma.

Happy Akshaya Tritiya

Happy Akshaya Tritiya

The word Akshaya Tritiya is a combination of tow words, one is “Akshaya” means the never diminishing in Sanskrit language and the day is believed to bring good luck and success. It is believed that if you do charity on this day you will be blessed by Gods.

On Akshay Tritiya, Mrutika worshiped. As in India many farmers are leaving and they all depending on farming for caring out their life. So it’s the festival of the farmers where they go to their farms and worship the work field. They also worship Maa laxmi (Lord of Money) in Hindu monuments. This Akshay Tritiya is the day when farmers are starting farming; they began the work on this day.  The day is considered auspicious for starting new ventures. The legend is that any venture initiated on the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya continues to grow and bring prosperity. Hence, new ventures, like starting a business, construction, etc. is performed on Akshaya Tritiya.

Another important thing is the Akshay Tritiya was the day when Vyasa started writing the history of the great Bharat war in the form of an epic Mahabharata. This day is symbolized by Lord Vishnu. According to Hindu mythology, on this day the Treta Yuga began and the river Ganges, the most sacred river of India, descended to the earth from the heaven. So this day is very important, and also it is the day that Goddess Annapoorna devi was born. So people of Hindu community celebrate this day with full of joy.

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Traditional Handloom Saree Weavers of Odisha

There are many countries present in our planet and in each country people are leaving are having their own culture and tradition. In each country their own tradition and culture are present and people of that country love their own culture and traditions. Cultures in various things like in food, in clothing’s, in festivals and in so other things, in different countries and in different communities having their own rules and regulations in maintain their culture and traditions.

In India also there are many communities are present and they all having their own culture and traditions for different things, examples as in food and in cloths India having many varieties these are many states in India and each state having its own special food and cloths. As examples in Odisha a state of India there are famous designed traditional cloths are present, some of those are Sambalpuri Saree, Soneupuri Saree, paattachitra Saree, Khaandua Saree etc. generally in all over the India women love to wear Saree but in different regions the wearing style and Saree designs are differs.

Traditional Sambalpuri Sarees of Odisha Online

Traditional Sambalpuri Sarees of Odisha Online

Above mentioned Saris are the traditional Saree of Odisha. From old day’s skilled weavers of Odisha producing these beautiful and attractive saris. And also Odisha women like very much to wear these Saree, so demand of these Saree is still in present days are very high. In current days, there are many weavers of Odisha producing these traditional Saree in traditional process. Although the traditional process of weaving or manufacturing these traditional Saree is very difficult and long process, and as these are made by simple tools and by the weavers hands only this it’s very tiring process for weavers but still in some villages of Odisha some weavers manufacturing these Saree.

Famous Saris of Odisha are named after the place where these are woven like Sambapuri Saree are woven in Sambalpur district of Odisha, so these Saree are named as sambalpuri Saree, like that all other Saree like Sonepuri Saree and some other. But some Saree like Pattachitra Saree are named Pattachitra Saree, because the design of these Saree are inspired from famous pattachitra painting, so these Saree are called pattachitra Saree. As pattachitra art or Pattachitra paintings are very famous in all over the India and the theme of these paintings are upon the Hindu Gods specially based on Lord Jagannath, the Saree weavers think to use the theme of these paintings into Saree, and getting the advantages of the popularity of the pattachitra paintings, so the weavers started to producing a kind of Saree called patachitra Saree.

Now days also in some places of Odisha, weavers are manufacturing these Saree. So these are some things about

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“Mr. Bhaskar Mohapatra” real Pattachitra artist of Odisha

“Pattachitra art” is a very famous art in Odisha, India. Pattachitra art is basically a traditional, cloth-based scroll painting. The name “Pattachitra” is a combination of two Sanskrit words, “Patta” and “Chitra”. In the Sanskrit language, “Patta” literally means “cloth” and “Chitra” means “picture”. So combining these two words, the painting is called pattachitra.  This Pattachitra art is a traditional painting of Odisha. These paintings are based on Hindu mythology and specially inspired by Jagannath and Vaishnava culture.

In 5th century BC, the painting the ‘pattachitra’ resemble the old murals of Odisha especially religious centers of Puri, Konark and Bhubaneshwar region. The best work of pattachitra painting is found in Puri, especially in the Raghurajpur village. This village is well known for its arts and artists. Especially pattachitra art of this village is very much famous and every where people like this painting. This village produces many good artists one of them is “Mr. Bhaskar Mohapatra”( a famous pattachitra artist). Paintings made by him are very much popular in all over the world. Every where people like his pattachitra paintings.

Patachitra Sarees Online Shopping

Patachitra Sarees Online Shopping

Recently our honorable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi prefers this pattachitra painting to give to the president of France Mr. Francois Hollande during his France tour. Before going to France tour honorable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi decided to give a patachitra painting to the France president and he chose Mr. Bhaskar Mohapatra’s painting.

This painting, made by Mr. Bhaskar Mohapatra for French precedent is named as ‘Tree of life’ was made on using silk pigments. Mr. Bhaskar Mohapatra state that he made this painting at a leisurely pace in about 25 days, and he also say that he keep “Nabakalebara” in mind during working on the painting.

When he was asked about his first reaction when he found out that Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi chose had chosen to gift the French president the painting that he had made. This painting “Tree of life” is made of with multiple roots and branches, much like a banyan tree. This tree is a motif for benevolence.

He answer to the reporter Minati Singha that- ‘I was overwhelmed. It was be yond my wildest imagination. When I found out from a national television channel that Modi ji had chosen my painting to gift to the French president, I was both happy and proud. In fact, it was one of the happiest and proudest moments of my life.

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Famous Raghurajpur Village of Puri

Puri is a very famous place in Odisha, it is the place of Lord Jagannath. So people in all over the India love this place and give more importance to this place as a very religious location.  “RAGHURAJPUR” is a village situated in Puri.

To reach Raghurajpur village one has to get down at Chandanpur, which is 10K.M from Puri and 50 K.M from Bhubaneswar on NH-203, connecting Puri and Bhubaneswar. From Chandanpur, you can take cycle-rickshaw or walk on 1.8 K.M zigzag scenic village road to reach the beautiful Raghurajpur village. At Janakadeipur, there is a small Railway station. (Janakadeipur is also known as Chandanpur).

Patachitra Saree of Raghurajpur Available Online

Patachitra Saree of Raghurajpur Available Online

One may also hire a taxi either from Puri or From Bhubaneswar to reach the Raghurajpur village easily. This village is quite different from other village of the state. The coconut, Palm-shaded village is The village has a community of very good artisans who product different varieties of handicrafts items such as Pattachitra Paintings,  Stone carvings, Paper made toys and masks, Palm leaf engravings, Wood carvings, Wooden toys, Cow-dung toys and Tasser Paintings etc. which are very famous in all over the world.

You can feel here the best tradition of Odisha paintings and some of the finest pieces of art work of this Raghurajpur village. Gotipua dance, (the earlier form of Odishi dance).

This village gives many worthy sons to Odisha.  Late Padmabibhusan Guru Kelucharan Mahapatra, the doyen of Odishi dance was born in this village and had his early trainings in Gotipua tradition here. The tradition of teaching and performing the dance was again further enriched by Late Padmashree Guru Maguni Das in his Gurukula.

New Gotipua Gurukula is continuing the practice performing art of this village which is another attraction. So the Department of Tourism, Govt. of India has declared “Raghurajpur” is a Heritage Village. Now Raghurajpur village becomes a famous tourist destination of the State Odisha.

So these are some gossips about famous Raghurajpur village.

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Arts and crafts of India and Online shopping

India is a very big country having a very big population. So many diverse things are found here in different fields. So the crafts of India are also diverse. India is a country having very rich culture, history and religion. The craft of each state in India reflect the influence of different empires present in India in ancient days. Also we feel the influence of frozen cultures like British, French and Afghanistan in Indian crafts. Because there foreign people come to India and bring their art and crafts to India, and Indian skilled artist are adopted these culture and art forms and make some composite arts.  Throughout centuries, crafts have been embedded as a culture and tradition within rural communities.

Arts and Crafts of India available online

Arts and Crafts of India available online


Also these are many different states are present in India and each state having its own culture and religions. According to which the designs of their arts and crafts are varies. In India the major and famous arts and handicraft forms are:

  1. Gujarat arts and crafts are very much famous for its textile production methods. Gujarat and Rajasthan are the two states share similarities in culture and identity. Same types of arts and crafts are found in both states.
  2. Assam is a state present in the far eastern region of India. A state recognized for its creative use of raw materials in textiles and crafts. Very beautiful designed crafts by using very simple thing is specialty of Asami crafts.
  3. Rajasthan, recognized by its Royal heritage is a prominent and well-established craft industry. Craft remains a tradition in Rajasthan, preserved over centuries by the stronghold of the Royal Rajput family. So the influence of the royal culture is very much seen in rajastani crafts.
  4. Odisha arts and crafts are very much famous in all over the world. Especially the “Pattachitra” art and “Handloom Saree” are very much exported to outside the country from Odisha.

Online shopping is technique, which is very much helpful for the development of Indian arts and crafts. Due this online shopping is very much easier for shopping so now days more people preferring this technology and simultaneously purchasing the Indian handloom and handicraft products, so the Indian handloom and handicraft industry developing day by day.

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Importance of handloom and handicraft exporters of India

India is a country, which has a rich history of Good Handloom and handicrafts manufacturing that has evolved over the centuries. The legacy of Indian culture promises everything- beauty, dignity, form and style. There are many varieties of handloom and handicrafts are present in India.  These crafts are also liked by the people outside of India. So from ancient days people starting the exporting of these products to different countries in all over the world. These people who export these handloom and handicraft products are called Indian handloom and handicraft exporters. These people are playing a very important role in handloom and handicraft industry of India.

The works of these exporters are very much important because maximum handloom and handicraft weavers or manufactures are mainly living in villages faraway from cities, so they can’t shell there in a authentic pries because in the local market, small towns monthly income of people are not so high, so they don’t want to spend more money on these handloom and handicraft products, they searching for low pries products. So the manufactures or weaver of these handloom and handicraft products are not get good prices for their products. So they try to sell their products in big cities and in other countries where these people get very good prices for their products.

Indian Handloom and Handicrafts Exporter

Indian Handloom and Handicrafts Exporter

So the work of these exporters is very important because if these people are not present, the handloom weavers and handicraft manufactures are not able to get good prices for their products, and also they can’t sell many products in small towns. So alternatively these handloom and handicraft exporters help in development of the handloom and handicraft industry of India.

And by the side these exporters also get benefits from exporting these products. They purchase the handloom and handicraft products from manufactures and sell it in big cities and in frozen countries in a very good pries. They get their profit after reducing the transporting and other casts. So for the exports also this is very beneficial.

Now days because of the online shopping technology the work of these exports are became very easy and more beneficial.

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Indian Rangoli Art

Indian is a country of art and culture. Art consists of a variety of art forms, visual arts and textile arts, cloth arts, jewelry etc. Geographically, it spans the entire Indian subcontinent, including the countries India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, long time ago these are parts of a single country. A strong sense of design and logistic behavior is characteristic of Indian art; we can be observed these things in its traditional and modern art forms.

Origin of Indian art:

According to history, in the 3rd millennium BC the origin of Indian art can be traced to pre-historic Hominid settlements. After that on its way to modern times, this Indian art has had cultural influences from many cultures as well as religious influences such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Islam. We can say the Indian art is a complex mixture of different religious and traditions. Generally the prevailing artistic style at any time and place has been shared by the major religious groups.

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In Indian subcontinent these are always the reservoir of talent, in the various field like art, science, literature, or any other field. However, special emphasis should be given to the famous Indian art and its various forms. The art work of this country, be it paintings or sculptures or even traditional arts like Rangoli, has always gathered appreciation from people residing in almost all the parts of the world. Lets take a look on it.

Famous Rangoli art of India: 

Rangoli, is one of the most beautiful and most attractive art forms of India, is comprised of two words, ‘rang’ meaning ‘color’ and ‘aavalli’ meaning colored creepers’ or ‘row of colors’. So Rangoli basically comprises of the art of making designs or patterns on the walls or the floor of the house, using finely ground white powder along with different colors. This rangoli has also very valuable for Indian peoples, especially from religious point of view.

Rangoli - A Famous Art of India

Rangoli – A Famous Art of India


Rangoli, also known as Kolam or Muggu, is a folk art from India in which patterns are created on the floor in living rooms or courtyards using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals. These rangoli art are usually made during some very important festivals like Diwali (Deepawali), Pongal and other Indian festivals. This rangoli art is very much valuable in Hindu culture.

So these are some things about Indian rangoli art.

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Pana Sankranti The Famous Festival of Odisha

Pana Sankranti or Maha Vishuva Sankranti (Sanskrit:Maha Vishuva Sankramana) is a very popular and important festival in Odisha. This festival is also known as Mesha Sankranti. This festival pana sankranti is celebrated as the Oriya New Year in Odisha. This day marks as the beginning of the New Year in the traditional Hindu Solar Calendar. So the people of Odisha celebrate this day as the New Year. From this day the sun enters the sidereal Aries or Mesha Rashi. Generally it falls on 14/15 April. The spring season is at its zenith during this period, and the summer is approaching. The date is calculated as per Sidereal astrology. So this day will considered very important. Like Maha Vishuva Sankranti celebrated similar types of the New Year festivals observed elsewhere in India such as Baisakhi festival celebrated in Punjab, Bihu festival celebrated in Assam, Juir Sheetal festival celebrated in Mithila, Naba Barsha festival celebrated in Bengal, Bisu Parba festival celebrated in Tulu Nadu region in Karnataka, Vishu festival celebrated in Kerala, and Puthandu festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. These festivals are calebrated in the corresponding areas like pana sankranti calebrated in Odisha.

Happy Pana Sankrati

Happy Pana Sankrati

In Odisha people celebrate this pana sankaranti festival in a very joyful manner; this function was started by Danda Nacha or Danda Nata.  Danda Nacha or Danda Nata of Odisha is a tribal way of welcoming the New Year which begins with the month of Vaishakh also known as the Danda Jatra, happens to be one amongst the most ancient form of histrionic arts of the state. The opening ritual of Danda nacha begins in the middle of Chaitra month. Mainly  Danda Nacha is dedicated to Goddess Kali. This is one kind of group spiritual event or festival invokes the blessings of Goddess Kali and Lord Shiva. People believe that participate in Danda Nacha means reduce sin and bad period in life and harvest happiness and peace in life. Danda Nacha goes pretty for 13 days. At end of 13 day, the day is called Meru Sankranti or Pana Sankranti in Odisha. The participants in Danda Nacha are undergone rigorous difficult training phase in these 13 days and become full vegetarian i. e. they avoid eating meat, fish, onion and garlic or accepted only vegetarian (fast) food during this period, they only eat once in a day. These people face very difficulties during this period. The 13th day people worship Goddess kali and organize festival and with the blessings of Maa Kali they began the New Year.

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Famous fabrics of pipili and online shopping

Pipili is a town situated under jurisdiction of Puri district of Odisha state in Indian. This place pipili is famous for designing beautiful applique handicrafts or attractive fabrics. pipili is a town of artisans famous for their colorful and beautiful designed fabrics. This place pipili is very much famous for its appliqué art. In its broadest sense, an appliqué is a smaller or lament or device applied to another surface. The technique is very common in some kinds of textiles, but may be applied to many materials that make this art very unique and attractive. In the context of ceramics, for example, an appliqué is a separate piece of clay added to the primary work, generally for the purpose of decoration by using various colors.

Handicrafts Appliques of Pipili available online

Handicrafts Appliques of Pipili available online

This term is borrowed from French and, in this context, means “applied” or “thing that has been applied.” Appliqué is a surface pattern that is used to decorate an aspect of a garment or product.

These products are very much liked by people in all over the world, but availability of these products is not sufficient in other countries. But in countries like USA, UK, Australia people like this very much. In these situation through online shopping people in all over the world can have these products easily.

And also these people get more benefits from this online shopping technique like

They get their products in a very easy way. They don’t need to go anywhere to purchase it; they can buy these products from their home through online shopping technique. They just need to open their laptop or computer and chose their liked product, it is automatically come to their home, and this is the easier way of shopping in the world nothing can be easier than this.

Another benefit of this online shopping technology is people can get their products in a very authentic price. They don’t need to pay to the middle men so the price they pay for the product was vey less and authentic.

So, because of these reasons people now like shopping, from online stores.

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Three famous crafts available in Odisha

Orissa is a state where many different types of culture and religious people living together. So Odisha possesses a very wide range of handicraft and various types of art. The Oriya artisans are very much skillful and experts in making beautiful handmade art pieces which are very much liked in not only in Odisha also in all over the world. Various types of art of this state Odisha have received awe-inspiring laurels from across the world. The different numbers of handicrafts being made and created in Orissa are Pattachitra, Sand Art, Metal Work, Silver Filigree, Stone Carving and Puppets and Masks making and many other. The handicraft made by Orissa artists. The amazing masterpieces of art and crafts are now popular not only in India but also in all over the globe.

Let’s consider on different categories of handicrafts made in Orissa:

  1. Pattachitra

The Pattachitra art is one of the most popular art forms of Orissa. These pattachitra art are painted with bright colors and have a unique charm of their own so these are look very attractive. Most important thing is these paintings are unique because of their distinct pictorial concept, the technique of painting, line formation, color scheme, so these are very unique art pieces. the theme of these painting are based on the life style of Lord Jagannath and Lord Krushna, so people of Odisha who are very much believe on religion they like these paintings very much.

Handcrafted Patachitra Saree of Odisha

Handcrafted Patachitra Saree of Odisha

  1. Textile

Mostly women’s in Odisha like to wear different types of Saree and men like to wear kurta and other garments. So textile art in Odisha are very good, here various types of stylish are available in field of Saree and dress material. Sambalpuri Saree, maniabandi Saree etc are very much popular categories of Saree in Odisha.

  1. Silver Filigree

Silver tarakasi art is one of the fine art form of Odisha. Silver Filigree is the most important and most sought after craft of Odisha. This craft is locally called as tarakasi and is mostly practiced in Cuttack district. Moreover,
Silver filigree is also an important export item of Orissa. This craft is made of from more than 90% pure silver.

So these three are most popular crafts of Odisha, there are many other crafts present in Odisha.

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What are the Benefits of handloom weavers due to online shopping?

“Handloom Weavers” are those people who create textile products by simple tools and weaving technique by using their hands. “Weaving” is a method of fabric production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. This technique is known as handloom weaving technology, as these workers made this thing by hands then these are called handloom weaving technique and these workers are called handloom weavers. Some other methods are knitting, lace making, felting, and braiding or plaiting. The longitudinal threads are called the warp and the lateral threads are the weft or filling. (Weft or woof means “that which is woven” this is an old English word.  These handloom weavers are do very hard work for producing these handloom products. The handloom product weaving technique is very difficult and hard, and also it takes more time to complete a product. After the revolution in industrial field people use machines for every types of production, because by using machines it is easy to do more work in less time and it’s also more beneficial. But these handloom weavers are weaving by their hands of they produce less products rather than machines which affects the cost of the products and alternately it affects to the weavers financial condition. And one important problem is these weavers are leaving in villages are far distance form metros so they can sell their product directly to the customers, they sell their products to the middle mans in a very less price and these middle men’s get more profit from this.

Handloom Products available at Online

Handloom Products available at Online


In these situations online shopping technique helps these handloom weavers in various ways:

First thing is through online shopping these weavers directly connect with their customers. And directly deal with them through their online shopping site. So they get actual pries of their products due to the reduction of middle men.

Another thing is online shopping technology increase availability of these products with customers so more number of products is selling in less time which provide benefits to these weavers.

So these how handloom weavers get benefits from online shopping sites.

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Tarakasi art of Odisha

Odisha is a state situated in east part of India. This is a state which is well known for its various traditional arts and crafts. Some important and popular arts and crafts made by Odia skillful artist are:   Pattachitara art, Tarakasi art, Dhokra art, etc.

Tarakasi is one of the most important art form of Odisha. This tarakasi art is a type of silver Filigree work made by skilled artist of Odisha. This art mainly found in Cuttack district of Odisha. This highly skilled tarakasi art form of Odisha is more than 500 years old and is traditionally done by local artisans on the Eastern shores of Odisha. Presently, the silver filigree workers are largely from in the Cuttack district, where the art flourishes to a great extent. According to people of Odisha, the art may have come to Odisha through its trade links with Indonesia as the work man ship is similar to that done in Indonesia The filigree artist’s work with an alloy of 90% or more pure silver. It may possible that ancient odia people who traveling to Indonesia for business, they introduce this art in Odisha and the skilled artist of Odisha adopt it and add their skills on it and make it more attractive.

Famous Tarakasi art of Odisha

Famous Tarakasi art of Odisha

The process of this art is First, the lump of silver is placed into a small clay pot and the two are put into a bucket full of hot coals. The temperature is regulated through a bellow that is hand operated by a crank. Different Forms of animals, birds, flowers and even miniature handbags and other souvenirs are made in Tarakasi work. But The Konark Chakra and temple are more popular pieces. Scenes from mythological stories like Mahabharata, in particular the still from the Bhagavad Gita depicting the chariot of Arjuna driven by Lord Krishna are quite popular in all over the world. Attractive palces like Taj Mahal and others made in silver are very much appreciated by peoples.

So these are some important things about tarakasi art of Odisha.

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Reasons of wearing Cotton Cloths in Summer Season

In summer season temperature is increases to a great extent. So people need to wear such types of cloths those make them feel cold and comfortable in summer season. Cotton cloths are good for this, because Cotton is a good absorber of water. So it helps in absorbing sweat exposing to the atmosphere for easy evaporation. In summer season the particles at the surface of our body gain energy from the surrounding or body and the liquid change into vapor. The heat energy from the body is absorbed and our body feels cool. Because of this vaporization process, due to cotton is a good observer of water it observes the vapors and feel cold to our body, so it is important to wear cotton cloths in summer season.

Handloom cotton sarees of India Online

Handloom cotton sarees of India Online

Some other reasons of wearing cotton cloths in summer season are:

Cotton cloths are very soft and it feels comfortable to user, that’s why people like to wear cotton cloths in specially summer season.

Cotton cloths are thin and allow air circulation throughout our body so these cotton cloths are good for summer season, while other cloth materials not so much effective like cotton. In summer season when temperature increases every where our body need fresh air, in these situation cotton cloths due to thin property allows air pass through the body, because of this air passing our body feel coldness. So we can say that these cotton cloths are good for summer season.

In hot weather, white or light colored clothes suit better, because they reflect the heat away and keep the body cool, whereas black clothes retain heat. So During summer, clothes made of cotton are preferred as they absorb the sweat and their air spaces allow the circulation of air which helps faster evaporation of the sweat.

This keeps the body cool and comfortable. Also loose clothes allow air to circulate below the fabric. Thus, loose clothes are more suited during summer season than other clothes. Hence summer wear should be breathable, light-colored and loose fitting rather than dark and tight fitting. So Cotton cloths are more preferred by people in summer season.

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Top ten Benefits of online shopping

Now this current generation we are living in age of computers or age of internet.  People of this generation use computer and internet in everywhere. In case of shopping also people use computer and internet in form of online shopping. Some benefits of this online shopping are:

  1. Online shopping technique makes products easy to find for consumers, consumes or buyers easily find their liked product through online shopping because they only need to open the computer and browse the products. So this is very easy for consumers.
  1. Online shopping technique decrease the product cost which makes beneficial to the customer, i.e. in online shopping technique there are no middle man, here manufacturers directly sell their products to the customer so the pries of the product are very authentic.
  1. Online shopping technique saves time and energy of customers. Here customers don’t need to go to the shop physically and buying the product, here people get their product from their home so through this technique people can save their time and energy.
  1. Online shopping technique provide customers to access a wider range of options of products, here in online shopping technique consumer can view many products freely through their computer so they can view all products of a shop and products from other shops also, so consumer can get more variety of products. 

    Benefits of Online shopping

    Benefits of Online shopping

  1. Online shopping technique is easier to hunt for a great deal, here customers will be able to enjoy the freedom of price flexibility, here they can switch to another product or service provider to look for a cheaper price.
  1. In Online shopping technique Customers are usually satisfied because of various variety of products and for lower prices.
  1. Online shopping technique provides protection to buyer, due to all things are happening through online i.e. purchasing, placing order and payment, so consumer can have all proofs with him that provides protection to consumer.
  2. Online shopping technique is easier to find rare products, due to you can access many shops then its chance you find your liked rare product from any shop. 
  1. Online shopping technique provide privacy to customers i.e. consumers or customers get their products from their home so no one can get knowledge about their product.
  1. And this Online shopping technique can support e-businesses that are very use full for consumers.

So these are some benefits provided by Online shopping.

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