Colourful Life

There seems to be a link between colours and our moods. It’s amazing how colours fill our lives with so many emotions. Feeling blue, green with envy, having a green thumb, being a black sheep, uttering a white lie, in a grey mood, once in a blue moon, being in the pink of health, bruised black and blue, are all common terms used in everyday life denoting colour as a means to convey an emotion and express feelings.

Research reveals that a subconscious judgment about a person on initial viewing is based mostly on colour. Colour can provoke a positive or negative emotion depending upon the state of mind or mood of the person. Striking colours worn by one can lead us to qualify a person as exhuberant while one dressed in dull can lead us to imagine the individual to be rather uninteresting.
Red for example creates feelings of warmth. Green is a healing colour- the colour of nature representing harmony and hope. Purple is a royal color. Wearing Purple robes by the emperors was once considered an emblem of authority and rank. Yellow is considered a harbinger of the spring season. It signifies a celebration of nature. White denotes purity and pristineness. Black on the other hand can denote something sinister while it is also attributed with elegance and sophistication.

Besides the above, there are a series, ranging from the darkest colours to the lightest hues. There are colours that are rather dull and listless, but are uplifted when used in combination with brighter ones.

Nature has provided us with an abundance of colours, right from the blue skies, the green fields, the rainbow with its range of colours, the hues set by the sun in the sky when it rises and sets, the myriad colours of flowers, the various green shades of leaves and many more.

Colour preference is rather subjective. A colour which is liked by one may seem jarring to another. Therefore choosing the right colours for ourselves can create within us emotions that can be inspiring, stimulating and help raise our energy levels.

Colour is therefore a noticeable attribute of the world around us, without which life would be dull.

The RmKV 50,000 colour saree is a speciality that is imbued with almost all the colours under the sun.

So is the Hamsa Varna saree, which is the latest from RmKV.

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