Indian Saris

The sari is a traditional garment worn by the most Indian women. It is nine or six yards long, which is wrapped around a woman’s body in a variety of ways. There is no any particular history available for the saree but many people believed that it is the before of the Indus Valley Civilization. The Indian Saree is more than 5000 years old. It was first mentioned in Rig Veda, the oldest surviving literature of the world, written somewhere around 3000 BC. Indian civilization has always placed a tremendous importance on unstitched fabrics like the saree and dhoti.
The basic wrap of a sari usually involves winding it around the waist first then wrapping it around the upper body. Women frequently wear underclothes of a half-slip tied around the waist and a tight blouse or breast-wrap that ends just below the bust, which provide the basis for wrapping the fabric of the sari. Sari comprises over 30% of total textile production in India. Apart from large textile mills, the number of sari-manufacturing centers are in hundreds and so the three are innumerable types of fabrics, weaving techniques, methods of dying, printing or embellishing, designing patterns, kind of motifs, color scheme etc. can be found There is something about the sari that makes a woman look dignified, charming and every bit stylish.

Though many Indian people, both those living in India and those who live in other countries, have adopted Western dress, it is very common for Indian women to wear the sari for important ceremonies, such as weddings, party or special occasion. Buy Indian Saris from nikvik.com and get free shipping all over the world with best deal.

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