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Saree is one of the oldest attire and major traditional outfit in Indian culture and it has long been persevered with. We have all seen it, whether it’s our grandmother or our mother or even the young girls, all donning the traditional silk sarees as well as designer sarees as part of their wardrobe. Pure silk Saree is often times the unspoken formal attire for women in parties, marriage and even on programs. One can get an aesthetic quotient by wearing Indian pure silk and traditional Silk Sarees
In ancient times, a saree had major importance and symbolism attached in the form of different colors or designs. The diverse patterns and colors of the saree represented beliefs, merits, and the region the person came from. These sarees had several designs and symbols used on it. The colors used in sarees also had some precise meaning behind them. For example, red color was used as a symbol of courage. White color was symbol of purity so the priests and their followers used to wear white color. Similarly, every color represented a specific and unique meaning according to caste, cultures and beliefs. There are many types of pure silk sarees made in different parts of India which represent geographical significance.
The traditional pure silk saree, after having survived thousands of years of modifications, invasions, migration, and globalization has now emerged as highly appreciated, glamorous and sensuous outfit which is festooned by beautiful women all over the world. A saree can be worn in hundreds of styles and drapes; it can be paired along with different kinds of blouse and also can be accessorized with numbers of accessories in various ways. A saree is appropriate for almost every occasion or an event, whether it’s for daily use, office wear, birthday party, festive occasion, wedding or a romantic dinner.