The sarees is traditional dress worn by women in India. The sarees have an ancient history and is still considered traditional clothes among the Indian People. The Sarees is part of Clothes that Indian women wear not only in Traditional Ceremony but also in Parties and day to day wear.
Sarees clothing is made of various Fabrics which is on an average 6 mtrs in length and is 44 inches broad. If you go to any region or state in India you will find Sarees Clothes as part of every woman’s wardrobe. These clothes come in variety of fabric and embroidery making each sarees clothing different from each other.
Sarees Clothes is worn along with an inner petticoat and a blouse. Many clothes shops in India will have this Tradition Sarees displayed in their outlets and showrooms. Designer prefers to call their Sarees clothes shop as boutiques. Indian Sarees is preferred as clothes and clothing by not only Indians in India but even NRI’s. Although lot of foreigner have also shown keen interest in this fascinating Clothing that is sarees clothes.
Sarees an exclusive Indian wear of women in India in the Asian continent has been categorized in many ways as per the design, embroidery and the State of India in which it is made. To categorize sarees as per the Indian region we can divide them into the following:
YOU CAN BUY SAREES FROM NORTHERN STATES OF INDIA
1.Chickan Sarees – These kinds of Sarees are made in Lucknow Capital of Uttar Pradesh state of India.
2.Banarsi Saree – These kinds of Sarees is made in the holy city of India that is in Banaras in Uttar Pradesh state of India. These Sarees can be further divided into various categories like Jamdani, Tanchoi etc.
YOU CAN BUY SAREES FROM EASTERN STATES OF INDIA
1.Ikat Sarees – This kind of Sarees are made in Orissa state of India.
2.Kantha Sarees - This kind of Sarees are made and famous in West Bengal state of India.
YOU CAN BUY SAREES FROM WESTERN INDIA
1.Bandhani Sarees – These kinds of sarees are made in Gujarat and Rajasthan state of India. These sarees are made by tie and Dye printing on the sarees.
2.Paithani Sarees - Paithan today is a simple Taluka town in Aurangabad District in Maharashtra State of India. The Paithani derives its name from Paithan, the place where it has been produced for 2000 years. Paithani Sarees is a silk saree with an ornamented zari pallav and border.
3.Kota Doria Sarees - Kota Doria Saree is woven in the villages on the of the Kota city in the Rajasthan State of India. The origin of Kota Doria Sarees belongs to Mysore city near Bangalore in South of India from where the weavers bought it in Rajasthan in the 18th Century. The Kota Doria Sarees is known for its comfortability as its light and transparent. This unique attributes of Kota Doria Saree is bought by mixing Silk and Cotton in the making of the fabric.
YOU CAN BUY SAREES FROM CENTRAL INDIA
1.Chanderi Sarees – The Chanderi Sarees is made in Madhya Pradesh State of India. Chanderi is a small town in Madhya Pradesh which manufacturer’s sarees which are light and are very comfortable in summers. The sarees have patterns taken from Chanderi Temples.
YOU CAN BUY SAREES FROM SOUTH INDIA
1. Kanchipuram Sarees– Kanjeevaram Sarees has the name from the temple city of Kanchipuram which is famous for its weaving style. These sarees in the earlier times around 17th and 18th Century were made only in temples. The Kanchipuram or Kanjeevaram sarees are made from the silk from Karnataka and the gold zari from Surat. The unique feature of these silk saris is its weaving method where three single threads of silk yarn along with zari are used while weaving the fabric.
2. Gadwal Sarees - Gadwal sarees are made in Andhra Pradesh state of India. The Saree is made in cotton with the Pallu and border in Silk.
3. Guntur Sarees – The name comes from Guntur Distril in Andhra Pradesh where the guntur sarees are made. These sarees are worn in day to day use. The border of the Guntur Saree is embroidered with gold colored threads. The fabric is thick and can be worn in winter season.
4. Mysore Sarees – The Mysore silk Sarees is made in Mysore in Karnataka State as the Name suggests.
Sarees can be further divided in many sections as per fabric, styling and embroidery. For example you can buy sarees from various categories more like: 1. Cotton sarees 2. Georgette Sarees 3. Crepe Sarees 4. Chiffon Sarees 5. Brasso Sarees 6. Chanderi Sarees 7. Silk Sarees. The sarees can be further divided into various categories like 1. Designer Sarees 2. Printed Sarees 3. Embroidered Sarees 4. Traditional Sarees . The saree can be further divided like in Printed Sarees we have Tye and dye sarees also famous in Rajasthan, Block print Sarees etc.