One of the goals of deity clothing is to create an inspirational darshanic experience for the congregation. Dressmakers and priests who conduct the deity dressing on the altar help evoke an appropriate mood in the temple that is enjoyed by the deity and the congregation.
This year the most distinct feature of the mangal aarti dress is the use of genuine silk and 100% pure gold zari, 65% of silver and 0.65% of original gold. It took 2 months to complete whole dress in Mumbai by Mr. Pankaj Kharbanda. The kaarigar was called during the lock down from Gujrat especially for this kind of mirror work. The Work used on the silk material is silver sequence zardori along with unique mirror work which is famous from Gujrat it is a unique combination on purple colour silk. Silver sequence along with gold and mirror touch make it look more elegant.The best part is that whole lengah of Radha Rani is made of gold zari and sarvoski mirror which is unique and elegant itself
The day-dress is whitish-gold in colour. It was made with the combination of both pure and raw silk. The design of the dress is original ethnic Rajasthani work. The borders have mirror work, bead work with orange pearl work all over the dress. it took 4 months for 10 to 15 Kaarigars to finish the dress. The concept of the design on the lehnga, the blouses, the Patka, the waist is off an Indian baraat