Indian Traditional Saree Designs for festivals
Wearing traditional sarees at occasions is the latest trend. Firstly, traditional saris is worn during the wedding, festivals like Navratri, Eid, Dussehra. However, It takes around one month to four months weave a heavy material traditional sari. Indian conventional saree, the six-yard length of cloth is still beautiful in the most attractive manner.
Moreover, It is worn with a stitched blouse. Usually, six meters in length, the saree in its most accepts form is wearing with a shirt and petticoat. For buying traditional sari, you can see our online catalogue on the internet where you will find an exclusive collection of embroidered traditional saree. Secondly, tradition is a mode of thought or behaviour followed by a people continuously from generation to generation; a custom or usage. It is something consisting of culture.
Moreover, It also means time-honoured orthodox doctrines. India has had a rich tradition in textile weaving and decorative printing. Indian craftsmen seem to have a fantastic sense of colour and form.
However, their sustainable use of natural resources like vegetable dyes created synergies between science and indigenous knowledge to strengthen community control over the global process of economic, social and cultural change. Moreover, The whole process of beautification of cloth was take up with a holistic approach. The saree is a pleat in the front, tucked into the waistband of the petticoat. And the end is flung over the shoulder, displaying the pelvis, which has intricate designs on it. Finally, there are regional variations in the way. In Maharashtra, the sari is 9 meters long and tuck between the legs. Lastly, Half sarees for young girls in the south and the northeastern regions.