TO BUY INDIAN SAREES CHOOSE FROM THE CATEGORIES
Indian Sarees, or Indian Saries is known as Indian sadi in Indian region as it is most widely used dress in India. Apart form India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Srilanka are some of the countries where Indian sarees are normally worn. In olden days, Indian sarees used to be made from threads made from the bark of the trees. Rishis and munis wives used to wear such cloths that were not stiched. As over the years cotton production started than cotton became the main raw material in the production of sarees.
The Indian sarees of the women in India has a history which goes way back during the ancient times. Indian Sarees History goes a long time back as sarees reference is even given in the Hindu epic Mahabharta. The earliest reference in arts and sculptures that have been found are from the 6th century AD. During the ancient times the Indian sarees were made of short cloth which was used as a skirt. During this time the blouses were not worn but one end of the saree going up from the skirt was used to cover the upper body. Indian Sarees are till date worn from North to South India to East to west India. Wherever you travel you will see sarees as a normal clothing.
The length of the indian sarees is normally 5.5 mtrs excluding the blouse but can vary as per designs and styling. Indian Sarees come in variety of Designs with Hand embroidery of stones, beads or pearls which are in a shape of a flower plant or a randomly created design or motif.
The Fabric used in an Indian sarees can vary widely from georgette Indian sarees, crepe Indian sarees, silk Indian Sarees, cotton Indian Sarees, Chiffon Indian sarees and even fusion fabrics with mixture of the above materials.
Indian Sarees are worn in most of the Hindu functions and festival as its considered and tradition Indian outfit. Indian Sarees may have emerged over the years but its still considered sacred and pure in ceremonies and are worn from girls to women of all ages.