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Saree is the most graceful and alluring traditional outfit, which is primarily worn by Indian women. Saree is the quintessential Indian female garment. It is the most feminine garment. It is the piece of long cloth usually 5 to 6 yards with 2 ends among which one is known as the “pallu”. Sari can be draped more than 80 recorded ways having different styles based on ethnicity and customs, though some styles do require a sari of a particular length or form. Each style is unique and basic difference lies in the manner in which the pallu is wrapped. These styles came from different regions of India.
Sari is the most popular feminine costume. It is ideal garment for the Indian tradition. And is preferred by the Indian women because of the elegance and comfort it offers. Sarees are available in varieties of fabric, designs, prints, embroideries, work, weaving style etc. some of the famous sarees includes
Silk Sarees: Silk sarees are one of the finest form of sarees which is very popupar across the globe. It comes in vibrant colors and gives a rich feel and a classic look to the saree.
Tussar Silk Sarees: Tussar Silk is also known by its Sanskrit name 'Kosa Silk' & wild silk. Tussar Silk is a perfect symbol of tradition. Tussar silk is quite textured, comes in a range of natural colours. Tussar Silk is often dyed to take up more vibrant colours and can be easily blended with cotton, wool, linen or other silks. Clothes made of tussar silk have unique thermal properties - they keep warm in winter and cool in summer.
Bhagalpuri Silk Sarees: Bhagalpuri silk is a dying style of silk sarees and other clothes which comes from bhagalpur, Bihar, which is also popularly known to as the ‘Silk City’ in India. This material is used for making sarees named as Bhagalpuri Sarees.
Georgette Sarees: Georgette is light-weight, sheer fabric saree which was traditionally made from silk but now uses polyesters is also used having a bouncy look. Georgette is wooven with highly twisted yarns in two forms: Pure georgette and Faux georgette.
Crepe: Crepe sarees are having crisp and crinkled appearance. These are one of the preferable sarees in women because of its sheen and wrinkle free property.
Chiffon: Chiffon is light weight & plain-woven saree with transparent appearance. This fabric is also used in salwar kameez, kurtis and scarfs.
Cotton: Cotton sarees are having a crisp texture. Cotton Sarees are the most preferred sarees for Indian Women especially during the summer months.
Bandhej Sarees: Bandhej or Bandhani is one of the richest and most colourful varieties of sarees. Bandhani comes in a number of colors, designs & patterns and these variations is region specific. The patterns include Leheriya, Mothra, Ekdali and Shikari depending on the manner in which the cloth has been tied.