SARI History and Journey of SARI

Posted on the 14 February 2019 by Ravikant Pandit

SARI history and Journey of SARI

SARI history and Journey of SARI
Saris invariably happen to be the most common attire for women in India. Sari also happens to be the traditional dress code for every Indian woman as they are mostly witnessed wearing them on all traditional events. Saris are quite synonymous and common for every woman.

 The tracing of the origin or the advent of the sari as a dress andcostume for women may be difficult, but the significance and utility even today has enormous emotional value attached for every woman. Every teenager girl dream of wearing a sari at some point of their life and she often glamourizes herself in the attire, many teenage girls are also seen trying their looks by amateurishly wearing sari which would often end up with their squeamish giggles when caught wearing them. The dress attire is sanctimoniously worn across the length and breadth of this country, it is worn as a special attire for functions,

SARI history and Journey of SARI
festivals, rituals, ceremonies and puzzlingly on occasions which doesn’t have much significance – even on a day-to-day basis while doing daily mundane chores. This factor completely propels the attire into magnanimous heights, since the attire has carved itself a niche and a very special place in every woman’s heart.
The never-ending fad of SARIS
the fad of saris is a never-ending one, saris are meant especially for women as it enhances the beauty and exquisiteness in every woman. Women wearing saris simple look outstanding, diplomatic and extravagantly beautiful. Hence, even today the fad is phenomenally growing, and every teenager still glamourizes wearing them.SARI history and Journey of SARI The fashion of saris is here to stay for a longer period than anticipated as the fad has created tremendous interest and longing in most women. Indian cinema extravagantly boasts saris worn by the screen divas. Bollywood and its other paraphernalia’s like Tollywood, Kollywood, Sandalwood, and Mollywood also have their fragments woven into the magnum-opus story of the great Indian cinema and its historic association with saris. Anybody visualizing through the bylanes of their memory can invariably see the heroine dancing in the rains wearing a saree. Every heroine of Indian cinema would love to perform a role of this kind, the reason being the dramatic effects and ripples that the scene has created over the years – it does have a historical significance and impact on every Indian.SARI history and Journey of SARI

The journey and the variety of SARIS

Tracing the evolution and origin of saris is almost impossible as the fashion has a dated history of over 5000 years of existence, the Indian saris are considered to be among the oldest form of attire and garment in the world which is still in existence. The mentioning of saris could be found in the Vedas and the Indus Valley Civilization, the fact of it being the ancient has never impacted on its popularity. The saris could be still witnessed on many major ramp walks and the fashion shows. The fad has its ardent followers in teenagers, hip-hop college students, working women professionals and conservative grandmothers, the very culture of this land is deeply embedded and woven in the fabric. There are more than 80 variants in saris, there are the pleat less Bengali, Odissi and Kodagu styles, and then there’s the two-piece Malayali style and the other regional contexts and connects. There also variations in the way the fabric is woven, there’s the tie-dye Bandhani saris, Chanderi cotton sari, Sambalpuri sari, Tant sari, Khadi sari, Dhakai sari, Chikankari sari, Gadwal sari, Pochampalli sari, and the Kota Doria sari. The silk ones have their own variants with names; the Banarasi, Kancheepuram and Mysore silk sari has all earned a name of repute eventually making the attire a strong proponent of Indian culture.

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