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Fashion - Asian Traditional Dresses (For Women) - Dazzling even to day! - Indian Sarees!

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Fashion – Asian Traditional Dresses ( For Women)
Dazzling even Today – Indian Sarees !!

SAREE also written as SARI : This is an INDIAN traditional dress for women vastly used by the Neighbouring countries too apart from the Non Resident Indian ladies all over the world.

Indian women can be imagined only with a Saree though they wear all western outfits to day. Nearly one Billion population has accepted this as the traditional Dress.

Sari can be traced from the ancient civilization of India. At least before Christ this was noted.

Cotton was one of the oldest natural resources of India. Cotton was grown and woven into fabric in India Four thousand years ago.

BOLLYWOOD CINEMA:

Today BOLLYWOOD dazzles with colorful sarees worn by noted celebrities like AISHWARYA ROY and many of the "Miss worlds" .
Sari was worn by women in various draping styles. Men also used to wear cloths similar to sari but it was called different names like "dhoti", "Lungi" etc.

DRESS OF GODDESS :
Religious Deities have been shown to wear sari in various sculptures and paintings. For example Goddess KALI , SARASWATHI , LAKSHMI , DURGA etc .,

MEN’S ATTRACTION TOO !!!:
Men are attracted by the demure floor length attire and tantalizing display of a bare midriff.

Dress for Love making too !!

This 5 ½ meters of Continuous fabric is also termed as men’s blanket in the Art of Love making !!!!! There are traces in the history on special occasions , Men did wear Saree.

Never Failing identity:
It is said that the Sari never fails to flatter a woman. It is an instant and attractive fashion created by the tender hands of the wearer.

Simple and Luxurious !!!!!
The success of the Sari through all the centuries is attributed to its total simplicity and practical comfort, combined with the sense of luxury a woman experiences.

The Sari is mentioned in Hindu literature and paintings as far back as 3000 B.C.

In Traditional rural India every aspect of life has a special significance which is translated into symbolic expression in clothing and other forms of personal adornment.

The colors used in Saris may have special meanings for specific occasions

How To Wear A Sari ?:

This is an UNSTICHED garment. This is worn daily by women throughout India and parts of SRI LANKA , PAKISTAN , BANGLADESH , NEPAL and AMERICAN INDIANS do wear Sarees on occasions .

It is a perfect fit for every figure – Lean – Fat – Tall – Short . And not as complicated to wear as you might suppose.

The foundation garments for the Sari is the waist to floor length petticoat tied tightly at the waist by a drawstring (no elastic) and a tight fitting blouse that ends at the midriff.

1. Starting at the navel, tuck in the plain end of the sari into the petticoat for one complete turn from right to left. Make sure that the lower end of the sari touches the floor.

2. Beginning from the tucked in end, start making pleats in the Sari, about 5 inches deep. Make about 7-10 pleats and hold them up together so that they fall straight and even.

3. Tuck the pleats into the waist, slightly to the left of the navel, and make sure that they are turned towards the left.

4. Drape the remaining fabric around yourself once more, left to right, and bring it up under the right arm and over the left shoulder so that it falls to about the level of the knees.

5. The end portion thus draped is the pallav, and can be prevented from slipping off by fixing it at the shoulder to the blouse with a small safety pin.

Sarees are sold in the net and delivered at Home for all occasions and all seasons.

Westerners are curious and they have a flair for this because it is a blend of Tradition and Fashion tailoring to the every day changing Dress mania and world of outfits.


C.EASHWER - SINGAPORE
eashwer@pacific.net.sg
Published: 2006-04-15
Author: Chockalingam Eswaramurthi

About the author or the publisher
Iam a Professional writer dedicated to sharing the knowledge on topics of Public interest, be it Management , Leadership , Social service , World Politics , Personalities , Industries , Health , Computers , Policy making , Governments , Book review etc., Iam from Singapore . My e mail id is : eashwer@pacific.net.sg

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