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The Rich Indian Culture

Indian clothing is known for its elegance and ethnic wear all over the world. The saree is considered as the oldest form of cloth wear on the planet earth. It was worn by women centuries ago but still is going strong. Over the past 6 centuries, a lot has changed in this world and so has the fashion trend. We all know that what was considered fashionable in the 60’s is no longer considered fashionable in today's world. Majority of women in India still wear saree. Saree is considered a primary clothing even in the modern wardrobes of women. It is not an occasional wear but is used as a daily wear clothing too.

Though saree has been replaced by salwar suits, kurta and leggings and long gowns in most places but the look and glaze a women throws when wearing a saree is inevitable. A woman in India looks absolutely complete when draped in a saree. No other dress is as competent as saree. Saree often highlights the beauty of women in the most graceful manner. It makes a woman looks the best in their natural form. The Indian culture is maintained by the sarees.

Indian sarees come up in a variety of fabrics like Cotton Sarees, Jamdani Saree, Kantha Stitch Saree, Tussar Silk Saree, Baluchori Saree, Boutique Saree, Handloom Cotton Saree, Gujarati Stitch Saaree and so on. There are huge varieties of sarees that fill the saree boutiques and shops these days and handloom sarees is amongst them. There are even different styles of draping a saree. A person can drape a saree in Gujrati, Maharashtrian, Tamilian or Bengali style. A person can drape the saree as per their ease and requirement of the situation.

Varieties of Indian Sari:

  • Tussar Silk Sarees– These Sarees are mainly produced in West Bengal,Bihar,Odisha, M.P and Jharkhand. They originate from Sanskrit name Kosa Silk Sarees. The silk worms that breed on wild forest trees are the source of this variety of silk.
  • Kantha Stitch Sarees – These types of Sarees are worn by the women in Bengal. They come in vibrant colors and with beautiful hand stitch work which are pleasing for the eyes.
  • Jamdani Sarees – Jamdani Sarees are originally known as Dhakai named after the city of Dhaka. Jamdani is a hand loom woven fabric made of silk and cotton. Jamdani weaving tradition is of Bengali origin. It is undoubtedly one of the varieties of finest muslin.
  • Baluchuri Saree - Baluchar Saree or Baluchuri Saree is a type of saree, a garment worn by women across India and Bangladesh. It is one of the finest saree in it's type. These sarees were mostly worn by womens in Bengal during festive occasions and weddings.

 

Today’s generation is inspired by the western culture and people usually avoid wearing sarees. But the sarees are still the most ethnic fashion wear that will remain always. A women wearing a saree denotes the Indian culture and keeps the tradition alive. Sarees are the best clothing and suits each type of women making them one of a kind. Even in foreign countries like UK, USA, and Australia, women are seen wearing sarees which makes them look totally different from others. If you have not yet tried a saree on yourself, then go ahead. It’s the right time for you.