Saree-Sari- Traditional attire-national dress of India

Sari/Saree




What is an Indian Saree/Sari?

Sari/Saree is the national dress of India. It is a traditional unstitched rectangular garment. Women usually drape it as a pleated skirt together with a pallu (a continued throw over the shoulder). They wear it with a blouse and petticoat (long skirt). Typically, it is 5 to 9 yards in length and 4ft in width.

What makes it one of the most loved traditional attires is the fact that women get the option to wear it in different styles to create a picture of flowing grace.

It is interesting to note that the saree has survived centuries and continues to be a coveted garment. Moreover, it is extensively worn by the women of today. Women from all walks of life wear the saree. Farm labourers, domestic workers, housewives, office goers and the elite and sophisticated women, all love to wear this traditional attire.

Sarees start from Rs. 250 and go up to Rs. 1, 00,000/piece.

Besides, the material, the work, the design and the manufacturer determine the price.

Vibrant Colors of Saree

India is a vast country with 29 states. Each State in India has a traditional style of draping the saree. Further, each State is famous for a particular type of saree. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are famous for Kanjivaram silk sarees. Andhra Pradesh and Telegana are also famous for Venkatagiri, Mangalgiri and Gadwal sarees. West Bengal, on the other hand, is popular for the Jamdani Tant sarees. The Bandhej and Leheriya sarees are quite popular in Rajasthan and Gujarat.

If you find it difficult to drape a Sari with the perfect pleating and pinning, readymade saris are also available in the markets for your perusal. Additionally, you may opt for pre-stitched lehenga saris  that are also easy to wear for special occasions.

Available at Bangalore:- Saree shops in Bangalore 

 

Shops in Chennai:-Saree Shops in Chennai

Available at Delhi:-Saree Shops in Delhi

Shops in Kolkata:-Saree Shops in Kolkata

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