Barati looks like ‘real barati’ when they wear safa on their heads. Indian culture has always given utmost importance to safa. Even in the religion of Hindus and Sikhs, wearing a turban is associated with the pride of man and as a respect for God in rituals.
People wear turbans for many reasons. In Rajasthan, turbans are worn to signify the cast and profession of people and in Punjab; it is worn as a symbol of respect and symbol of religion as well. Coming back to Indian weddings, it is a ritual in Hindus that people from the clan of bride and groom should wear safa or turban. This differentiates the clan of the couples from the others. If you love the luxurious safa but buying them is not your choice, then you can hire them. Safa for barati is a place where you can get a safa for rent . People do not buy safa because it is used only once (for example in a wedding) and then it is just kept like that. You can hire the barati safa and can then return it. There are several types of safa that are available for renting purpose on safa for barati. Some of them are briefed below.
1) The Feathered One
This is the safa whose main point of attraction is the feathered accessory that is attached on the safa. These feathers come in various colors and sizes. They are those safa which make the personality of a man look royal. They actually come under the category of Jodhpuri safa . Thick georgette cloth is used for asking this safa as it needs a solid base to handle the heavy feather. Royal shades like dark orange, deep lime etc are some of the most loved hues in this realm.
2) The Pastel Power
The pastel color of sada has been log in trend and this fashion is never going to die soon. Pastel shades of safa look great in contrast colors of sherwani. For example, a grey-hued safa looks awesome with black sherwani. Patel shades are actually subtle but with little decor, they can be transformed into bright ones. We have the pastel shades of safa which have work of zari threads.
This zari work gives them a needed shine. Not only this, plain ones are also available at our platform. The plain pastel shade safa are mainly used for barati as they are quiet in look and feel.
3) The One with Pearls
We have this exceptionally attractive safa which are decorated with pearls. They are the ones which were used to be worn by the nawabs of Mughal era. One or two string with precious pearls is attached to these turbans to adorn it. The appearance that pearls give to this sherwani looks perfectly in synchronization with the aura of ‘Indian wedding’. They are the best when worn with angarkha-style sherwani. This is because angarkha styled sherwanis have more decoration than others and same is the case with pearl safa.