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THE SAREE STRUCTURE OF INDIA: REPRESENTING UNITY IN DIVERSITY

Sarees are one of the most common ethnic wear that you would find in the country of India. You would see women of all ages draped in a saree if you visit this country. There are even occasions in India where people find an excuse to wear a saree, like the Saraswathi Puja. The idea of saree comes from Parsi families in of Mumbai, Maharashtra. The idea of saree came into Bengal help of the wife of a member of the Tagore family. Today you would find women of all sizes shapes and colors wearing a saree and carrying it off perfectly. One of the national and the most unique garments of the country. You will be found traces of saree in various other countries as well. You would find women of the far-away from Western countries wearing sarees and embracing the traditions of the Indian culture. They do this because saree makes every woman look extremely beautiful. They are comfortable, modest and something that you can wear for long hours. There are many steps you have to take before you learn how to drape a saree properly. It might seem to be very difficult in the beginning but with time it becomes easy. It is even considered to be a necessary component of human life that you learn how to drape a saree properly within your teenage years.

 

WHY CHOOSE SAREE OVER OTHER GARMENTS?

You can choose to wear saree over other garments because of many reasons. The most important reason is that this particular attire reflects the various tradition and culture that you can find in the country of India. It has been in the history of India for many, many years. It is generally a long piece of cloth that you drape around a blouse as upper garment and petticoat in the bottom. From the style of the blouse to the style of the saree along with the embroidery other factors all contribute to differentiating one saree from another one. People who wear Saree regularly know how convenient it is to wear it at all times. You also looking extremely elegant and beautiful in a saree. It is one of the best attires ever design for women of the country of India.

WHAT ARE THE VARIOUS TYPES OF SAREES AVAILABLE IN INDIA?

There are many different types of sarees that you can find in the country of India. Two sarees for basically for the embroidery as well as the material they are made from. Here is a list of the most commonly found sarees in India.

SILK SAREES

Silk sarees for as they are also known as Kanjiveram sarees in the southern part of India are one of the most common and the most elegant forms of sarees. Particularly in South India, these sarees are used for weddings like occasions. They have simple and elegant embroidery and are based on colors that are not too shiny to the eyes. Girls of the silk sarees are colors like Maroon, white, off white and so on. Brides usually wear this kind of sarees in the southern part of India.
One of the basic features of a silk saree is made up of silk. Silk is one of the rarest and the smoothest of fabric that you can find in the country. You can find silk sarees all over India worn by women. The prices generally start from 2500 INR. Which can range up to great heights depending on the type of saree that you want to buy?

Satin saree

Satin sarees are as the name suggests are made up of satin. They are one of the most comfortable sarees to wear and one of the smoothest fabrics to touch. Satin sarees are normally worn on eventful occasions and are not generally very light in texture or weight. They are perfectly suited when the weather is a bit more merciful of cold. They have good amounts of embroidery in them and look particularly exquisite if you pair them up with heavy Jewellery.

COTTON SAREES

Sarees are worn all over India by all types of people because of the commonly used fabric. Cotton sarees are generally the most casual type sarees that people wear in the country. They are light and airy and are easy to carry around. You would find women of all classes of society wearing cotton sarees because of the comfort it brings them and also because they are cheaper than other forms of sarees. They are great as casual wear or clothes that you can wear regularly.

BENARASI SAREES

 Benarasi sarees are worn by women of all types in India. This kind of saree is quite expensive and are heavy to carry around. They are worn for big occasions like weddings and other such similar events. They have heavy amounts of embroidery stitched to them and are also heavy. They are made up of bright colors like purple, red and blue. The Benarasi sarees are normally made up of silk and have golden embroidery on them. They are quite expensive and come at about 3000-15000 INR and can also be more in some cases. They are one of the most elite ethnic wears that you can try in the country of India. All of these sarees are a few of the most popular types of sarees that you can find in the country of India. All of these sarees are worn effortlessly by women of all types, classes, and manners in the country. All together they give light to the tradition and culture of India and give life to the oldest traditions of India in the form of a saree. There are various other types of sarees that you can choose from other than the ones mentioned above. You can choose the sarees depending upon the event that you wish to attend as well as the material and other factors.

CONCLUSION 

To conclude I can say that sarees reflect the tradition of India in the best way possible. On the other hand, make you look very beautiful and elegant. Why not try a saree if you are in India? 

 

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