Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Indian Sarees: Discover Its Various Variants

indian sarees
Indian Sarees are not only the traditional indian costume but it also increases the charm of the Indian women. Now days western casuals are mostly prefer among young generation but yet Indian sarees never loose its reputation in the case of formal wears or at the time of customs and traditions.

Indain Sarees are available in various different variants. It variants generally depend upon its color, fabric and how sarees are manufacture such as machine made or hand made.

Indian Sarees are famous for its various variants such as:

Silk Sarees: Silk Sarees are generally expensive as compare to its other fabric variants. Various types of silk variants include Mysore silks, Kanchipuram silks, Arani silks, Valkalams, Kora silks, the Patola silk and printed silk sarees.

Designer Sarees: Designer sarees are generally designed according to individual need. Designer sarees are made up of any type of fabrics with heavy embroidery work.

Casual Sarees: Casual Sarees are generally made up of cotton, georgette and crepe. This variant of sari is generally cheap as compare to its other fabric variant and mostly used to wear at home.

Cotton Sarees: Various famous cotton Fabric sarees variants are Kolkatta cotton saree, Venkatgiri cotton, Mangalgiri cotton, Tangail Cotton Shantiniketan Cotton, Sambhalpur cotton and the Kota sarees.

Georgette Sarees: Georgette Sarees are made up of lightweight fabric wwich include silk or polyester. They generally also have fine embroidery work.

Chiffon Sarees: These sarees generally have floral prints or designer motifs and they are very light weighted also.

Crepe Sarees: Hard finished crepe and soft crepe are the two variants of crepe sarees. They usually have both bright and pastel shades.

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