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India has been known to have wonderful dresses and costumes. One of the most expressive clothes of woman’s femininity and accepted attire is sari. This attire can cover the body from head to toe, making a woman look modest and bashful.
Indian saris have maintained its popularity throughout the centuries. Even in this modern era, a feminine dress sari is not forgettable. The sari has attained great importance among other feminine dresses and has maintained its elegance and beauty until now. The Indian woman and the sari are inseparable from each other. The Indian sari is still a preferred garment for most women in India. Even on marriages in different states of India, the cultural as well as modern occasional dresses of the bride are sarees.

It is important to drape a sari in a proper manner to look perfectly dressed. The unstitched garment is folded, tied and pleated in a graceful and elegant manner that makes the Indian saris a timeless garment that is worn by women of all ages and sizes.

There are plenty of saris manufactured in different types of cloth. The cost of saris varies according to the quality of cloth and work done by the artisans on the saris. Indian saris are available in a wide range of colours using different fabrics like cotton, silk, georgette, chiffon and many more.

Some common brands are Banarasi silk, Kanjivaram silk, Tepata silk, khadi silk and many more. Some handwork saris are also common like Lucknavi Karai sari, chikan work sari and sequence work sari. Among the traditional saris Bandhini sari of Rajasthan and the Chanderi sari of Madhya Pradesh are landmarks in the history of Indian sari. The cool and crisp Kota saris of Rajasthan, Venkatagiri and Poona sari, Pochampali sari and Maheshwari saris are also very fascinating.

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