Monday, 14 January 2013

Gorgeous Kareena Designer Sarees

The word Saree is derived from sanskrit sati which means ‘strip of cloth’. Subsequently it became “Sadi” in the ancient Prakrit dialogue and then “Sari” in Hindi, “Shari” in Bengali, “Saddhii” in Oriya, “Sari” in Malayalam and Marathi. The earliest known depiction of the sari in the Indian subcontinent is the statue of an Indus Valley priest wearing a drape in a not although fully similar but somewhat resembling outfit.
The way a sari can be worn and the way it is adorned is different according to the cultural background and regional belongingness of the woman to geographical domain.
1 .Nivi style(especially for wedding purpose) by women of A.Pradesh.
2 .Bengali & Oriya style by women of Bengal & Orissa respectively.
3 .Dravidian style by Tamil Nadu.
4 .Kastha style by Maharashtra which is also simplified as Maharashtriyan style.
The sari is worn by women throughout Bangladesh.The Dhakai saree of Bangladesh is very famous & extremely popular throughout the world. In Pakistan, saris are less commonly worn than the Salwar Kameez which is worn throughout the country.It is mainly worn by Hindu women who resides there.
Sri Lankan women wear saris in many styles. However, two ways of draping the sari are popular and tend to dominate; the Indian style (classic nivi drape) and the Kandyan style (or osaria’ in Sinhalese). The Kandyan style is considered the national dress of Sinhalese women. It is the uniform of the air hostesses of Sri Lankan Airlines.
In Nepal, a special style of draping is used in a sari called haku patasihh. The sari is draped around the waist and a shawl is worn covering the upper half of the sari, which is used in place of a pallu.

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