Traditional Attire: Many people choose to wear traditional Indian clothing during Ganesh Chaturthi. Women often wear sarees, salwar kameez, lehengas, or other ethnic outfits, while men may opt for kurta-pajama, sherwani, or dhoti-kurta.
Bright and Vibrant Colors: Vibrant and auspicious colors such as red, yellow, orange, and green are often chosen to convey the festive spirit of the occasion.
Accessories: Traditional jewelry, including earrings, necklaces, bangles, and anklets, complements the festive attire. Women may wear elaborate earrings and necklaces, and men might choose to wear brooches or other adornments.
Mehndi/Henna: Applying mehndi (henna) designs on hands and feet is a common tradition, especially among women. Intricate henna patterns can add an artistic and decorative
Ganesh-themed Accessories: To express devotion and enthusiasm for Lord Ganesha, some people may wear accessories or jewelry with Ganesha motifs, pendants, or symbols.
Matching Family Outfits: Families may choose to coordinate their outfits, creating a sense of unity and celebration.
Hairstyles: Elaborate hairstyles, adorned with flowers, hairpins, or other accessories, can enhance the traditional look for both men and women.
Footwear: Ethnic footwear such as mojaris, juttis, or embellished sandals are often worn to complement the traditional attire.
Photographs and Selfies: Like many celebrations today, people often take photographs and selfies to capture their Ganesh Chaturthi looks and share the joy of the festival with their friends and family.