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Introduction

India is one of the old famous country and their also the mostly traditional way following the many cultures like a festivals,foods,etc.,But most important is our dress is this following the old way something like a new trending of using the cultural wearing dress saris and dhotis one of the Indian tradition dress

Indian saris

Sari or Saree is a traditional female garment with various styles of draping, varying from five to nine yards length. There are more than 80 recorded ways to wear a sari, Nivi style is the most common and there are more then 30 types of regional sarees are found in India.almost using the dress in weeding and any festivals days

Types of sarees

There are more than 20 types of sarees available in India they are

  • Banarasi Saree

Banarasi Saree made in Varanasi and known for their gold and silver zari. The sarees are made of finely woven silk and among the finest sarees in India.

  • Tant Saree

Tant Saree is a traditional Bengali style saree made by the weavers and meant for daily use. Tant saree are most comfortable saree for the hot Indian summer.

  • Chanderi Saree

Chanderi sari are also known for gold and silver brocade.

  • Sambalpuri Saree

Sambalpuri Saree is a traditional Handloom sarees, produced in Sambalpur and near by district of Odisha.

  • Kasta Saree

Kasta Sari also referred to as Nauvari is the traditional Marathi style of sari, a single nine yard sari that is worn very similar to the Maharashtrian dhoti.

  • Chiffon Saree

These sarees are one of the most appealing attire for Indian women.

  • Georgette Saree

Georgette Sarees are also light weight attire made from silk with highly twisted yarns.

  • Net Saree

Net Sarees are made with a fabric with open spaces and come in different varieties.

  • Bandhani Saree

Bandhani Sarees are being sold all over India, especially during the festive and wedding seasons.

This are some types of saries in indian cultural

conclusion

The basic wrap of a sari usually involves winding it around the waist first then wrapping it around the upper body. … Though many modern saris are mass-produced, saris made of handwoven cloth are important to many people as a political symbol of Indian pride.

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