Saree or Sari defines the women’s garment made of a length of cotton or silk that is draped around the body traditionally worn by the women from South Asia Indian subcontinent that consists of a drape varying from five to nine yards (4.5 metres to 8 metres) that is wrapped around the waist, with one end draped over the shoulder. A saree is a piece of cloth between 5 and 9 meters. The saree is one of the oldest form of clothing on planet earth. The sari has been defined as a single piece of unstitched fabric, often with heavier sections to allow it to drape correctly.
Saree has a great cultural significance. It is one of the most graceful dress of women. The term ‘sari’ has also evolved to become inclusive of contemporary materials, including cotton, silk, synthetic fiber and others.
The real significance of the saree lies in the management of such a huge piece of cloth in an aristocrat way.
The importance of the saree cannot be denied as it is matchless. Cotton sarees are the most comfortable ones and are worn by ladies in summer Silk sarees can be easily draped because of its soft fabric but Banarsi sarees are little difficult because of their massive stuff. While getting married in India every lady is definitely blessed with at least one Banarsi Saree as it is considered as auspicious. Its beauty lies in the sparkling glitters equipped with silver or golden carving of borders.
Sarees take a little extra time and effort to be draped but it has a matchless comparison when it comes to beauty
There are hundreds of different ways to drape a sari.
For several years now, Western culture has had a huge effect on India’s saree choices. However, many contemporary designers in India are experimenting with the sari.
There are over 20-30 types os sarees. Kanjeevaram Silk,Kalamkari,Kasavu,Sambalpuri ,Pochampally,Paithani,
Bandhani,Muga and many more.