Worn as a tradition at Indian weddings, it forms the most important accessory for the groom on the wedding day. It’s what completes the elegant look of the quintessential Indian groom. It is essentially the turban, made of fancy fabrics and designs, usually contrasting to the colour of the sherwani.
With a fabulous adornment of sherwanis and indo-westerns, a safa helps complete the regal look. It effortlessly adds elegance and style and is perfect for weddings, grand ceremonies and festivities. The Jodhpuri turban or Rajasthani safas are known for their elegance and are known by multiple names according to their fabric and colour.
Wedding Safa and Turban are made in various style and from various cloth like the cotton Kota, Zaris , Saturn chiffon, Gata chola, etc and various other things to complement it, like the gems and jewellery. Though the safa trend is believed to have started in Rajasthan, it has gained widespread popularity all over and now the groom’s ensemble at weddings just seems incomplete without safas.
Traditionally, each colour and pattern was supposed to represent something and each pattern had a significance. However nowadays colours of the safas are selected for the guests keeping in mind the décor, the themes and personal choice. Safa tying also used to be a grand tradition wherein a specialist used to be called to help tie all the safas. However today it’s all about convenience. With the Manyavar collection of safas, you get elegance with comfort. When it comes to your wedding, you shouldn’t leave any stone unturned and achieve the coveted perfect look courtesy our designer safas.