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indian sarees Biogarphy 

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ndi word 'Sari' originates from an amalgamation of the Sanskrit word 'sati' (a strip of cloth), and the Prakrit word 'Sattika' of the same meaning. The history of Indian clothing has the 'saree' dating back to the ancient Indus Valley Civilization that flourished in the Western parts of the Indian Subcontinent, in and around 2800-1800 BC. During this period, 'dhoti' was the one-piece garment that was worn, both my men and women. It was only after the 14th century that the 'saree' evolved out of the 'dhoti', as single-cloth attire, designed and colored, exclusively for females. The Hindus believed that piercing clothes was impure, and as a reason, the Indian saree was predominantly, a single- cloth unstitched garment till the country was invaded by Muslim rulers, who brought along the concept of stitched clothes in the form of the petticoat, the ghagra, and the blouse. The saree has been adorning the curvy Indian woman with comfort, sensuality, and style, since ages.
History of saree made easy and interesting, learn more about sari sari history with its origin, importance in vedas, learn more about sareetrends, value of sarees in a indian woman's life. When the beauteous Draupadi - wife of the Pandavas - was lost to the enemy clan in a gambling duel, Lord Krishna promised to protect her virtue. The lecherous victors, intent on "bagging" their prize, caught one end of the diaphanous material that draped her so demurely, yet seductively. They continued to pull and unravel, but could reach no end. Virtue triumphed, yet again in this 5,000 year old Indian epic, the Mahabharata. Legend, fantasy, history or fact, it is the first recorded reference to the enduringly attractive Saree history - the most enduring of all items in the history of Sarees and women's fashion.
A charming folktale explains... "The Sari, it is said, was born on the loom of a fanciful weaver. He dreamt of Woman. The shimmer of her tears. The drape of her tumbling hair. The colors of her many moods. The softness of her touch. All these he wove together. He couldn't stop. He wove for many yards. And when he was done, the story goes, he sat back and smiled and smiled and smiled." .
Saris of different designs and materials are available in a variety of colours. It is made out of cotton, silk and other synthetic materials. The cost of the saris varies according to the quality. The outer end of the sari or Pallu is most attractive especially on silk saris.
Women of Tamil Nadu wear silk saris on special occasions. The Brahmin community wear the sari in a slightly different way without wearing the long skirt. The length of the sari which they wear is longer (nine yards) than the usual one. It is wound separately on both legs in a proper way without restricting the person's free movement.

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indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images

indian sarees Photos Pictures Pics Images



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