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Uncover The Rich History Of The Indian Sari

For over 2000 years, the Indian Sari has been used in one of the most culturally rich countries on the planet. And since then, its popularity has spread to the western world, where it has also undergone several changes in the process. Read on to uncover this gorgeous piece of clothing.

What Is The Indian Sari?

It is the traditional dress for women in India (and also in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and other nearby countries). The Sari has variations and different kinds of style that depend mainly on the region where they are used. However, they all have some things in common like:

- It consists of three pieces of cloth, one large and two others of a much smaller size. They are placed on the body and head.
- The variety of colors depends on many factors such as personal tastes and preferences. Also, the color scheme makes it a prestigious clothing style, which in the past was popular with western travelers and merchants.
- The apparel is not complete without the appropriate accessories, which can range from colorful bracelets to beautiful necklaces of precious stones.

The Sari In The Past and Today

In the past, practically every woman who lived in this area of the world used it, regardless of the caste in which they belonged.

Today, it is even more common to find a low price designer saree in addition to the ones made by prestigious designers. Also, its use has spread to other Asian countries. Immigrants who arrived in Europe and America, with the passage of time, have helped the sari culture to be recognized and appreciated. And besides not being so popular in the Western world as it is in Indian and the neighbouring regions, women who use it never go unnoticed.

Style Changes


The contemporary sarees is a product of the evolution of old and traditional fashion with current trends. But despite this, it hasn´t lost its essence and elegance, particularly in the Hindu high society and the surrounding countries.

Here, it has some noticeable differences such as:

- The material with which it is made (silk, cotton and even in recent times is made with synthetic fabrics)
- In some cases, it does not necessarily have the piece that covers the head.
- The length of the material of the body varies.

Since ancient times, sarees have been identified as the traditional Indian dresses par excellence. Stories about beautiful princesses dressed in soft fabrics and precious stones have been passed down from generation to generation around the world. These traditional dresses are classic and elegant, part of a culture and traditions that have survived the passage of time and fashion.

From the draped saree to the most modern, through the different variations of fabrics and customs, this clothing has survived through generations, cultures and social changes in the world. It is now well acknowledged as one of the first kinds of clothing in one of the most populated places on the planet.

The possibilities are so many that you do not need to have too many fabrics to dress in a completely different way. You can simply decorate each style with accessories that will make you look unique and radiant depending on the occasion. That is one of the main reasons why the saree has been such a successful way of dressing for more than 2000 years.

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