Origin of Saree
Origin of Saree’s
The saree was first worn as a single garment during the 1st Century AD, since before that the “saree” was a combination of three garments known as Antariya” (lower garment), “Uttariya” (a veil worn over shoulder or head) and “Stanapatta” (a chestband), which was mentioned in Sanskrit literature and Buddhist Pali literature during the 6th century B.C. In India, the iconic saree comes in different styles and patterns as they naturally represent the tradition and culture of the area from where they have originated. Born from different traditions the iconic saree is majorly manufactured in different parts of India which are Kanchi, Madurai, Coimbatore, Bangalore, Pochampalli, Dindigal, Arani and Dharmavaram. The saree has evolved over generations and has been incorporated differently in different cultures. Being known for its unique style saree is widely respected across the world of fashion as it has been an inspiration for the fashion industry. Today saree is the oldest fashion garment and is referred to as a cultural symbol of India in the whole wide world.
The world famous traditional Indian wear, the iconic Indian “Saree” has made its mark as the only outfit that has successfully maintained the Indian tradition and rich culture. The popularity of this ethnic wear has made it mandatory for every individual to purchase a saree before returning back home. Many individuals from all over the world still prefer the saree as the only outfit for special occasions such as weddings, engagements or other festivals as they strongly believe that the saree helps them stay connected to their roots irrespective of all the different cultures that they are surrounded with. They feel that the Saree is their medium to stay connected with their culture and rich heritage as it also amplifies their pride.