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FLIPDUBAI.COM INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SARIS THE HISTORY OF SARI SARI ACTUALLY REQUIRES ZERO' SAFETΥ ΡINS The word 'sari' is derived from the primitive word 'sadi'. It is derived from the Sanskrit word 'sati'. The word 'sati' means a strip of cloth. Now there are many variants of the sari which may not necessarily come as a single piece of fabric; back in the past, it was just a single piece of fabric. The sari is usually found to be five to nine yards (4.5 m to 8 m) long and two to four feet (60 cm to 1.20 m) wide. There is a perception among many that the sari is difficult to wear, but if you ask the millions of women who wear saris every day, you will find that it's very easy to wear. Safety pins are used to secure it. In fact, safety pins can be used to feel more secure, but they are not really needed. In fact, overuse of safety pins without knowing how to wear it often makes the garment more rigid. SARI CAN BE WORN WITHOUT BLOUSE OR PETTICOAT COLOR OF SARI HAVE MEANING Once upon a time, there was no idea of a blouse and petticoat when it came wearing became popular during the colonial period. The sari was born without a blouse and The color of a sari was traditionally important in all time, especially in the past. For example, the wearing of a white sari by a Hindu widow represents their mourning. Women wear red saris at weddings and it is associated with fertility. Women wear yellow saris during monastic training and after childbirth. The black sari represents the state of grief. to sari. Blouses and petticoats a petticoat. In the Victorian considered inappropriate to not cover one's chest or not to wear a blouse, so the wearing of blouses and petticoats was encouraged. era, it was THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF SARI DRAPING STYLE OLDER THAN YOU EXPECTED There are more than 100 different ways you can wear a sari. Such a colossal number of varieties happen because of contrasts in geology and societies among and inside nations. Accept India for instance; there are numerous societies inside the nation which have impacted the way where saris are worn. Along these lines, at whatever point you wear a sari, consistently recollect that there is no single method of going about it. The sari, also known garment, is said to have been used centuries ago. Many people say that saris are around 5000 years old. The sari is even mentioned in the oldest literature like The Vedas written by mankind, and documents from the Indus Valley Civilization (3300-1300 B.C.E.) indicate the use of the sari at that time. The first as the traditional documented rule for wearing a sari dates back to 100 BC. SARIS ARE SENTIMENTAL WATCH OUT FOR MOTIFS Western culture has been desirable for many years, especially in cities, where more and more people are moving to clothes that seem easy to wear, and saris are reserved for special occasions. Saris often evoke a feeling of nostalgia and memory, with some saris being associated with special moments or events or the memories of your loved ones. Saris The patterns used in saris are traditionally important because each pattern represents some subject. In many saris, for example, you will find images of elephants representing water and royalty. On the other hand, patterns including parrots represent passion. You can also see fish patterns on the saris that represent richness and fertility. It is important to note that in this changing era, new attractive designs are coming along with the change. are often passed down from one generation to another as part of a wedding ceremony or as a gift for milestone moments.


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Sari is one of the traditional dresses in India. In fact, there are many things that people do not know about saris and I would like to say some of them in this post.


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