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Saree is the traditional drape of India and the history of Sari dates back to Indus Valley Civilization roughly around 2800 – 1800 BC. The statue of Indus Valley confirms the existence of Saree in their period.
Saree is a drape of five to nine-yard in length, traditional wear of Indians. The Saree is worn by 80 different styles and as you travel from one region to another, you will discover a different way of draping Saree. Isn’t it interesting?
The Indian Goddesses are adorned with beautifully rich and bright hues Sarees and in religious ceremonies, Saree is offered to Goddess and priests.
Saree is the only garment in the industry which has never been out of trend since its existence. Many new trendy styles of women clothing came into vogue, exited and reappeared. Saree never saw such fate rather its charm and grace crossed the boundaries of India to reign in
The elegance and poise of Saree and the different types available made it famous worldwide. Women across the world picked up as an attire to wear on special occasions and admired to drape and flaunt in weddings, get-togethers, and celebrations.
From young starters to old, from field workers to models, Sari is the most preferred drape. It is aesthetic and sensuous and enhances the charismatic beauty of a feminine. It induces her sex appeal in spite of covering her curves in a most dignified manner.
Saree is the drape found in the wardrobes of a traditional and cultural rich family to modern age woman…the drape remains the same only the way of wearing and carrying differs from one individual to another.
Saree requires time to wear, hence women nowadays prefer Indian and Western wear for daily use…still, the footing of Saree is strong and the designs and texture are been improved and the industry is seeing manifold growth.
Saree is worn maximum by the Indian traditional women and Saree is an only choice for weddings, party wear, religious festivals and celebrations. This five to nine-yard drape did saw a downfall in their popularity in India because many young generations were influenced by western and their fashion wear. The dignity and craze of Sari crossed India and it has found a place in export business and online websites and stores helped to reach in the remote and far corners of the world.
Home Shop 18 has a wide range of Cotton Silk Sarees of different designs. They have a grand collection for women of all age, from bright hues to pastel, embroidery work to sequins, full design or borders etc. the grand collection of Sarees is available for different occasions. You cannot take your eyes off from the fascinating collection.
The price ranges from INR 250 to 16,000 plus, suitable for people of all income. A mere click on Home Shop 18, you can enter the dream world of Sarees and you will love to indulge in a shopping spree for yourself, your mother, sister, daughter or friend. A wonderful gift for a woman by the woman and for the woman. Many men are gifted with a special quality of buying sarees for their loved ones but still, it remains a grand kingdom for women.
I am a regular shopper of Home Shop 18 and my friends, relatives and loved ones envy my Cotton Silk Sarees collection and I love to say, the credit goes to Home Shop 18.
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