This saree challenge is trending online

If you've been wondering why your social media feed has suddenly been flooded with images of friends and family in images dressed in sari, this is why. As the closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in people being confined to their homes, many come up with different ways to stay positive by sharing photos of their latest trip to the latest challenge in which women unite over clothed images. with sari.

More about the saree challenge

It is part of a new challenge on social media that says: If nothing else, it would only make you and your friends happy! With all the negativity around the world, let's do something positive! He challenged me to upload a solo photo with a sari. So if I post a photo here! If I don't label you, don't be offended, I tried to choose the people I thought were going to play! Upload 1 Sari dress photo of yourself ... ONLY you. Then tag some more beautiful women to do the same. Build yourself up instead of knocking yourself down! I know these are difficult times, but with a little prudence and patience we will overcome it. COPY AND PASTE. If I tagged you, don't let me down, do it! #StayHomeStaySafe. We asked the women who accepted the challenge about their opinion and this is what they had to say.

A fun change to a boring routine, participants say Many women who have accepted the challenge are trying to mix things up and separate themselves from what has become a boring routine, as they are confined to the four walls of their homes. It is also a way to connect and bond about something positive. As in the case of Kevinda Borges Krishnan, a dance instructor who shared: We are all locked up due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And there is a lot of negativity doing rounds. This challenge aims to spread positivity and it seemed like a fun exercise, so I decided to accept it and I also challenged my friends to try it out. Jayanthi Goyal, an artist adds, I accepted this challenge as I would surely be a mood-lifter during these low lockdown times! While Aruna Joshi, an entrepreneur feels that it was a rare opportunity for her to show off the design after a long time. She says: I accepted this challenge for two reasons. It feels good when someone congratulates you. Also, the sari has become so rare. Women hardly use it today. I had great difficulty finding my individual sari image. So it was fun.

So if you're ready to play the full six or nine yards, this challenge is for you.