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                                                                 Sarees – By Colour – Red

A color associated with danger, excitement, adventure, royalty, exclusiveness, hindu tradition and other such qualities of human life.

Colors in our life

Colours were meant for the universe to distinguish between the various objects in Nature, for a clear distinction between the different states of matter, to relieve man from the boredom of perceiving all objects in the same colourless hue. In fact God wanted Man to experience the thrill of seeing a rainbow, the joy of a breaking dawn, the ecstasy of a golden sunset, the serenity of lush green vegetation, the amazement in beholding the multi-coloured mane of the parrot and other such delightful sights.

Colors have their personality

Colors have been associated with disposition of character, that if read correctly could lead to getting to know the person. There are two ways to do it. Getting to know the colors associated with a person by way of yogic science, an art too advanced for most individuals. The other way and the more easier one is to note the person’s preferences in colour. The color of the dresses that a person normally wears, the color of the objects that he has at home, the color choices he makes at various places given the options, etc. Note the preferred color, associate the traits of the color and you have a better understanding of the person you wish to study silently for a better social interaction.

The endearing qualities of the Red color

Red stands for confidence, courage, action oriented, a craving for attention, energetic, stimulating, plenty of courage and enthusiasm, aggression. Not a quiet person to be with or have around, red excites, inspires, pushes, stirs up, since restlessness and red go hand in hand. There is a lot of action and dynamism where red is involved.

The entertainment industry and its love for the Red color saree

When attending an award function or putting in an appearance at a wedding reception, an occasion like a launch or being the host of a reality show, the Indian heroines have always preferred the saree as a garment of womanly allure and appeal. Red looks nice on any fabric and has always caught the attention, is traditional and striking. Prachi Desai stikes a chord with blood red smooth lustrous silk with silver colored designer border. Aishwarya Rai in satin chiffon with self color designs in the weave is a stunner. Anushka Sharma dazzles in bright red satin silk, simple yet very eye-catching. Madhuri Dixit is all elegance and allure in her red saree wit