Bhai Dooj 2019 Outfit Ideas: Hina Khan, Mouni Roy, Divyanka Tripathi and Others Will Help You With Fashion for Bhaubeej
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Bhai Duj is the last day of Diwali celebration. The five-day festival ends with a similar tradition to Rakshabandhan. It is also called Bhau Beej, Bhai Tilak or Bhai Phonta in different parts of the country. In the southern part of India, Bhai Dooj is known as Yama Dwitiya. The day is dedicated to the bond between brother and sister. Similar to Rakshabandhan, the women perform puja on their brothers and brothers feed them with their hands and shower the sisters with gifts. The entire family gathers to celebrate and people put on their best outfits. On Bhai Dooj, many cultures have the sisters narrate stories of brave brothers who rescue their sisters and continue with their Puja. sisters prepare sumptuous meals for their brothers and pray for their well-being. Bhai Phota 2019 Date in India: Significance, Puja Vidhi and How Bengalis Celebrate the Auspicious Festival of Bhai Dooj.

The entire family gathers for this occasion and everyone adores the love between the two siblings. If you’re confused about what to wear for the last day of this year’s Diwali and this family get-together, we have inspiration from some Telly divas to help us pick that perfect outfit! Bhai Dooj 2019 Recipes: Special Snack and Dessert Items to Make During Diwali Celebrations of Bhau Beej (Watch Videos).

Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya's Chic White Gown

 

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Mouni Roy's Lilac, Dreamy Dress

 

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Erica Fernandes' Graceful Beige Dress

 

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Jennifer Winget's Pretty in Pink Look

 

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Hina Khan's Sunshine Inspired Dress

 

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The bond that a sister and brother share is unique and indescribable. The festival of Bhai Dooj is celebrated by the Hindus of India, Nepal and other countries to celebrate the love between brothers and sisters. In the Kayastha community, Bhai Dooj is celebrated twice; one after Diwali, and one comes a day or two after Holi. sisters perform Aarti and apply red tikka on their brothers’ foreheads, and brothers then present them with gifts or money. Happy Bhai Dooj to you and your family!