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NEVER ENDING LOVE FOR SAREE

by Urvisha Panchani on

Saree is not just a normal kind of cloth to wear. It is an emotion, especially for India. Its popularity has increased immensely, that foreign cultures have adopted saree and included them in their lives. No doubt the kind of culture, our ancestors left for us to carry forward, gives a feeling of pride and honor. Saree has been a part of our tradition for centuries and it’s going to be with us for upcoming centuries. Saree requires attention when made. The fabrics are picked particularly for unique kinds of styles. 

Festivals, holidays, office looks, all these wardrobe requirements have the same answer, that is Saree. India is rich in varied heritage, and be it west, east, north, or south; Everyone has their way of wearing sarees. We are moving fast and with lots of advancements comes modernization in clothes too. But have you ever heard a woman, saying she dislikes saree? It’s the kind, that is comfortable for every age group to wear. 

History of Sarees-

                   


Image source- Pinterest.

Saree dates back to 5000 BC and the first material used was cotton. Saree is an integration of attires, to have a good drape on the body. From queens to typical women, saree were perfect suiting for them, back in the days. Elevation in the Development in the history of the Indian saree was the invention of vivid methods of weaving, dyeing, and printing. The skill of rural artisans and weavers was such that their shimmering, multi-faceted textiles achieved worldwide fame even in ancient times. Arts, motifs were all the features that were added later to make sarees look more gorgeous. Almost all the fabrics that were used to make sarees in the ancient days are used till now and some modifications are done. In terms of fashion & design, sarees have changed very much. 

Why was there a need for modifications in sarees?

      

To look different from others is not a trend of the modern world. The queens, women of royal families, and rich people wanted to look better than others. And for that, there was a need for some changes. The one way of adding more beauty to the saree was the kind of jewelry possessed by those women, but it wasn’t enough. Even though the technology was not up to the mark, the art man and craftsmanship were at their finest. The hand block is the kind of method used for decades. Imprints of various patterns were made and laces, having royal finishing were attached to make the sarees, look prominent.

Saree in today’s world!

             
Who would have thought, that the tradition started so many centuries ago, would still be going on and also spreading like fire. We are surrounded by abundant kinds of fabrics, and there is no lack of enthusiasm of makers. Though there are many kinds, that are substitute products of sarees. But hey! Sarees are not going anywhere. They were with us, will be with us. Sarees are the perfect fit for every occasion.

Fabcurate has launched a new collection of sarees for all the saree lovers out there. Explore the world of sarees with us and you can never imagine how beautiful you can look. We are what we think, and what we think comes from confidence and confidence comes from wearing what we like.

Saree is not just a normal kind of cloth to wear. It is an emotion, especially for India. Its popularity has increased immensely, that foreign cultures have adopted saree and included them in their lives. No doubt the kind of culture, our ancestors left for us to carry forward, gives a feeling of pride and honor. Saree has been a part of our tradition for centuries and it’s going to be with us for upcoming centuries. Saree requires attention when made. The fabrics are picked particularly for unique kinds of styles. 

Festivals, holidays, office looks, all these wardrobe requirements have the same answer, that is Saree. India is rich in varied heritage, and be it west, east, north, or south; Everyone has their way of wearing sarees. We are moving fast and with lots of advancements comes modernization in clothes too. But have you ever heard a woman, saying she dislikes saree? It’s the kind, that is comfortable for every age group to wear. 

History of Sarees-

                   


Image source- Pinterest.

Saree dates back to 5000 BC and the first material used was cotton. Saree is an integration of attires, to have a good drape on the body. From queens to typical women, saree were perfect suiting for them, back in the days. Elevation in the Development in the history of the Indian saree was the invention of vivid methods of weaving, dyeing, and printing. The skill of rural artisans and weavers was such that their shimmering, multi-faceted textiles achieved worldwide fame even in ancient times. Arts, motifs were all the features that were added later to make sarees look more gorgeous. Almost all the fabrics that were used to make sarees in the ancient days are used till now and some modifications are done. In terms of fashion & design, sarees have changed very much. 

Why was there a need for modifications in sarees?

      

To look different from others is not a trend of the modern world. The queens, women of royal families, and rich people wanted to look better than others. And for that, there was a need for some changes. The one way of adding more beauty to the saree was the kind of jewelry possessed by those women, but it wasn’t enough. Even though the technology was not up to the mark, the art man and craftsmanship were at their finest. The hand block is the kind of method used for decades. Imprints of various patterns were made and laces, having royal finishing were attached to make the sarees, look prominent.

Saree in today’s world!

             
Who would have thought, that the tradition started so many centuries ago, would still be going on and also spreading like fire. We are surrounded by abundant kinds of fabrics, and there is no lack of enthusiasm of makers. Though there are many kinds, that are substitute products of sarees. But hey! Sarees are not going anywhere. They were with us, will be with us. Sarees are the perfect fit for every occasion.

Fabcurate has launched a new collection of sarees for all the saree lovers out there. Explore the world of sarees with us and you can never imagine how beautiful you can look. We are what we think, and what we think comes from confidence and confidence comes from wearing what we like.

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