Popular clothes model, FabIndia, a favorite of many who like carrying their ‘ethnic-printed’ kurtas, discovered themselves embroiled in an argument concerning their newest tweet. The tweet had promoted their newest clothes assortment, titled ‘Jashn-e-Riwaaz’, which was aimed as an enormous launch, to tie in with the present festive season. FabIndia had tweeted out the gathering on October 9, with the put up , “As we welcome the festival of love and light, Jashn-e-Riwaaz, by FabIndia is a collection that beautifully pays homage to Indian culture…”. The put up featured women and men adorning festive, Indian ethnic clothes in a vibrant shade of purple. The tweet was eliminated by FabIndia on Monday, after an uproar erupted on social media that principally accused the clothes model of ‘damaging the Hindu festival of Diwali’.

Soon the hashtag #boycottFabIndia began to development on Twitter, with many customers asking for an instantaneous boycott of the model. BJP Yuva Morcha President Tejasvi Surya, too joined the uproar on social media and tweeted, “Deepavali is not Jash-e-Riwaaz. This deliberate attempt of abrahamisation of Hindu festivals, depicting models without traditional Hindu attires, must be called out. And brands like @FabindiaNews must face economic costs for such deliberate misadventures,” wrote Surya, who additionally tagged FabIndia within the put up, and linked the stated tweet in his put up. Many different netizens referred to as out FabIndia for unnecessarily making an attempt to infuse religions, and making an attempt to impose a ‘secular’ world view on a Hindu pageant. Uttarakhand MLA Rajkumar, from BJP too posted about the identical. “Deepavali is not Jash-e-Riwaaz…Period!!! Seems like Fab India has done this deliberately to hurt Hindu Sentiment. #BoycottFabIndia”, wrote Rajkumar, who connected a screenshot of the unique FabIndia put up.

When The Indian Express reached out to FabIndia for a response, the corporate shared their tackle the entire problem. “We at Fabindia have always stood for celebration of India with its myriad traditions in all hues. In fact ‘Fabindia – Celebrate India’ is our tagline and also a wordmark. Our current capsule of products under the name Jashn-e-Riwaaz is a celebration of Indian traditions. The phrase means that, literally. The capsule is not our Diwali Collection of products. Our Diwali collection is called “Jhilmil si Diwali” is but to be launched. Please do maintain a glance out. It goes to be lovely,” learn the assertion issued by FabIndia.

FabIndia began out in 1960, with a single retailer in 1960 by John Bissell. Today, after 61 years, it has developed into a longtime chain, with a number of shops in nearly all main cities of India. They have made a reputation for themselves within the ‘Indian-ethnic’ house, and so they promote the stated aesthetic of their clothes strains, house furnishings, decor and furnishings. FabIndia, in latest occasions will not be the one one model that has confronted the ire of netizens. Earlier we had jewelry model Tanishq, who was trolled mercilessly for his or her commercial selling inter-faith marriages, and final month Manyavar, one other clothes model confronted #boycottmanyavar, when a brand new commercial starring Alia Bhatt addressed the custom of ‘Kanyadaan’ in Hindu weddings.


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