Modern Saree

Modern Saree

By or Sarah is the most respected clothing worn by women in India. Although the exact date of the Indian sari is not known, according to researchers its origin from 3000 BC in the Indus Valley Civilization. The word 'Action' has its origin from the Sanskrit word 'Chira meaning' cloth. Sarees more clothes for most women in this regard and that it has stood the test of time. Despite the popularity of western clothing, such salwars and churidars, force still has a place of their own.

At the time of the Indus Valley Civilization, and women priests wore a piece of cloth wrapped in the form of Surrey. Forces to separate the two legs seemed trousers in those days. The forces were thus usually the temple dancers, too, because it helps to improve movement, dancing with helping them to maintain humility. It is believed that the old Indian dhoti dress' is the basis for the Force. Men and women together until the 14 th century wore dhoti.

By date Sarees, which were wrapped in a sensual as evidenced by the many statues of the gods, made in the beginning of time. Sarah was installed at the waist and covered his legs and went down as a decorative curtain in front of the legs. In the upper part of the body was partially covered or left bare in ancient times. In Kerala, the state in southern India, Sarees and still the traditional two-piece garment, which consists of a shawl and Lungi. And a skirt or Gagry before the arrival of Muslims, and when the clothes stitched.

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