Half Saree Functions
For many girls, this is one of the big landmarks in a young girl’s life, guests and family pour in to shower her with blessings. We Indians celebrate every important occasion in our life in some meaningful way, and among the numerous colorful Indian rituals and religious practices, one unique ritual is the half saree function. This ancient custom is all about female empowerment and celebrates femininity, and goes to show the esteem women held. Observed among Hindu communities of the Southern parts of India, it is a right of passage and marks the time a young girl hits puberty.
This is when she wears the half saree for the first time, a traditional dress meant to be worn by young, unmarried girls. The ceremony was known as Ritu Kala samskara in earlier times but has come to be called the more informal half saree function. It is symbolic in many ways as it marks a girl’s transformation into a young woman. It is a milestone every girl goes through, but by celebrating it, she is made to feel proud to be a woman. Indeed, a remarkable ceremony. So we will take miles to make sure that your girl’s special day is captured to perfection and the day is preserved forever in your hearts.