Durga Puja Lookbook amidst A New Normal

Ah! It’s October! Another year, another round of festivities. With the azure skies of autumn, the soothing sight of kaash phool, the lingering essence of shiuli and grooving beats of dhaak, we can’t contain our excitement anymore. Our most favourite Durga Pujo is right around the corner. While we are all gearing up to unleash the diva inside us, will the face of the celebrations be the same this year? That’s the toughest part to settle with, nevertheless, we could all do with a little bit of playing dress up, to usher in the festive spirit; even if it’s limited to having fun with our friends and fam staying put at home. So here we are with our style inspiration guide – sarees we have handpicked with love that’ll go with the theme of each day of Durga Pujo.



Kickstart your Shoshthi morning by inviting your squad in for an exciting lunch dipped with laughter and selfies! Like sunlight itself caught and woven into fabric, look spellbinding in our earthy-toned High-threadcount Pure Cotton Jamdani Saree. Add a zing to your hair with flowers or simply quirk with a messy bun, however you feel the day.

 High Threadcount Pure Cotton Jamdani


If for you, Durga Pujo is just another way to glam up, embody the joyous spirit that fills the vibe of Shoptomi and opt for a Pure Mercerised In Jacquard Weave saree in a rich maroon hue. It’s not only a treat to eyes but an equally comfy wear to get into the groove of in-house celebrations all day long or a round of dupurer adda with the gang.

 Pure Mercerised Cotton In Jacquard Weave With Woven Sequins



This year, we may not hustle in Oshtomi morning to dress up and gather at the mandap for pushpanjali as usual. Offer your prayers to Durga Maa at home and enjoy some scrumptious bhog with your family. And for such intimate plans, an exquisite Red Handloom Pure Chanderi Katan Silk with that perfect sheen and elegance makes for the best pick for Oshtomi.

 Red Handloom Pure Chanderi Katan Silk


If you aren’t up for sartorial experimenting, cling onto something traditional for Nobomi. Celebrate not only the festival but also the heritage intricacy of the treasured handloom that Swarnachari from Bengal is. As you carry the timeless appeal of such a delightful six yard from our Roopkatha collection, make the best of the last days of Pujo with a blast.



We can’t see ourselves relishing in the sight of Maa-er boron at the pandal and merrily enjoy shindoor khela this time. What we can do is drape an iconic ‘Laal Padh Shada Saree’ to have a little get together with neighbors or relatives and indulge in loads of mishtimukh! Make your good times as beautiful as possible by choosing a quintessential red bordered white saree from our beloved Doodhe-Alta collection.

Handloom Tussar Cotton  Katiya

We hope this guide will help you sort out last moment pujo shopping and to pick your favourite piece. If you’re still looking for more options, you could have a look at the four red-hot festive collections on our website -


> https://www.amrapaliboutique.in/collections/durgotsav
> https://www.amrapaliboutique.in/collections/doodhe-alta
> https://www.amrapaliboutique.in/collections/roopkatha


Last but not the least, make sure you maintain all the safety protocols while celebrating with family and friends. Let’s make the best out of what we have and make this pujo a memorable one, in an unique way!


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