The ethnic Indian attire, which symbolizes the essence of purity and
represents the rich tradition of India, is the sari. In spite of Western
influences in the modern Fashion Industry, the ethnic element and the
traditional touch to any Indian Costume is still alive. The traditional
look of any garment will never change whatever the fashion is. Today, in
the Indian market, we have different varieties of sarees starting from
heavy embroidered to designer look to fancy sarees to sarees exclusive
for brides and weddings.
Inspite of the emergence of such varieties, the traditional sarees from
all over India are still popular. Think over the choices you have
- The silk ikat sari from Gujarat along with Gujarati brocade.
- The embroidered tinsel saris made famous by groups such as
rabaris and sodha Rajputs having zardosi and golden gilt thread
embroidery becoming an inseparable part of the bridal trousseau.
- The Paithani saree from Maharashtra.
- The Chanderi and Maheshwari sarees from Madhya Pradesh.
- The Benarasi sari with legendary Benaras brocade.
- The Jamdani Sarees, the Baluchari sarees and the Tanchois sarees
of the east.
- The Kanjeevaram saris, Konrad or temple sarees of South India,
Kota silk saree of Rajasthan and many others the list is endless.