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Sarees - a story of serenity

Saree is one of the world’s oldest and perhaps the only surviving unstitched garment which is still keeping eternal charm of Indian womanhood alive and fresh. It’s an unstitched cloth, ranging from four to nine meters in length and is draped over the body in various styles. Depending upon the regions, we have variety of sarees which depicts the culture, art and history of that region. Few of the very common sarees are:

Kanjeevaram saree (Tamil Nadu)Paithini Saree (Maharashtra)Muga Silk (Assam)Bomkai and Sambalpuri Saree (Odisha)Kasavu Cotton or Kerala Cotton (Kerala)Tant, Kantha saree, Jamdani , Baluchari silk saree (Bengal)Bhagalpuri (Bihar)Bandhini (Gujrat)Chikankari saree (Lucknow)Kalamkari and Lehariya saree (Rajasthan)
Who was the first woman to wear a saree? Nobody knows. It’s hard to believe but there are some evidences that suggest that the saree was originated long time back, in the Indus valley civilization in 2800 to 1800 BC. It was a belief that stitching cloth made it impur…
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