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The Secrets Behind Wearing A Saree Now Revealed

16th September 2011
Saree is one of the most beautiful apparel that a woman can ever possess and is the archaic of all Indian attires which gives it the status of an antique work of art. The elegance of a saree can be observed from the fact that it looks extraordinarily beau... Read >
Author: Ram Chn

Different unique saree draping styles

20th June 2011
Different region people wear a saree in different styles and some styles require a sari of a particular length. It is worn in 10 to 15 styles throughout India. The most common style is wrapped around the waist in which one end is draped over the shoulder.... Read >
Author: emfex

Saree

06th May 2011
A sari or saree is a strip of unstitched cloth, ranging from four to nine metres in length that is draped over the body in various styles. It is popular in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Burma, Mauritius, and Malaysia. The most common style ... Read >
Author: raju

How to put on a Saree

31st March 2011
To many who have never worn one, the saree may look like a complicated attire to put on. This should definitely not stop you from wearing this graceful piece of clothing that truly looks gorgeous on anyone. It is actually very simple to arrange and in the... Read >
Author: HContrerasH

How to Drape Designer Sarees and Party Wear Sarees in Style!

28th February 2011
Designer Sarees can be draped in numerous styles according to its different types but the most popular style of draping a saree is ‘The Traditional style’ or ‘Nivi style’, which was originally common in Andhra Pradesh. Apart from the nivi style of draping... Read >
Author: Piyush Jain

Few Tips to Style and Accessorise Your Sarees

04th February 2011
Buying a saree is a fun experience now days thanks to the tons of variety available in everywhere from online stores to high end designer stores to small local stores. Although one tries to stay within budget sometimes it’s tough to resist one gorgeous, e... Read >
Author: Fashions

Choosing your Chaniya Choli

09th November 2010
Chaniya cholis and lehenga cholis are some of the most versatile Indian outfits. With the beauty of a sari and the ease of a skirt and blouse, there are the perfect options for bridal wear, trousseau shopping and even if you just want a beautiful Indian o... Read >
Author: Fashions

Kanjivaram saree – a traditional outfit

23rd September 2010
Kanjivaram sarees are known as the well known conventional saree of Tamilnadu. A woman of Tamilnadu enjoys wearing this kind of saree because of their outstanding beauty and comfort in all occasions. The rich silk fabrics, the elaborate weaving designs an... Read >
Author: lexia jacob

Sarees Represent Indian Culture

02nd September 2010
When a painter is asked to draw a portrait of Indian women, he draws a lady wrapped in a saree. Saree is representation of Indian culture. Saree is instilled in the culture of India or it can be said saree has become identity of Indian women. Whenever ... Read >
Author: Ingress

The story of Raksha Bandhan

11th August 2010
Every year brothers and sisters all over India celebrate Raksha Bandhan. The occasion is meant to sanctify and reaffirm the relationship that they share. The sisters will tie a colored thread, known as a rakhi, on the right hand of the brother to let him ... Read >
Author: Dave

Bali Community Choir

19th July 2010
March 06, 2010 - Established in September 2009, the Bali Community Choir meets every Tuesday evening at the Gateway Community Center on Jalan Danau Batur Sari No.3 in Sanur (across from the Canang Sari Restaurant on the same street that leads to the Bali ... Read >
Author: annora

Unique Ways to Drape the Indian Wedding Sari

18th June 2010
Here, we look at the different ways to drape a sari so that you can look your best at your big fat Indian wedding! The most common and basic method to drape a sari is to have the sari draped around the waist, with one end (known as the pallu) draped ove... Read >
Author: Molly Devine

Patterns to drape Designer Sarees

18th May 2010
Sarees are the trademarked outfit of Indian women. They are traditional outfits that are the mark of our heritage and culture. Most women in India wear sarees and every state and region has its own unique style of draping sarees. With time the method and ... Read >
Author: Anki

Latest sarees on offer by maahiboutique.com

26th April 2010
Sarees are in fashion especially designer and printed sarees. One of my friend (I can not disclose the name) likes to wear sarees from very young age. She loves saree as her attire. She likes to experiment on different types of sarees and she worth doing ... Read >
Author: Vivek Jha

Indian Designer Lehenga choli and Ghagra Choli

26th March 2010
Fashion has been in town since the historical era. Starting from the ancient medieval till the modern times. Indian fashion has truly emerged from the ancient times to the modern times keeping in mind the tradition and customs and the ethnicity. With vari... Read >
Author: Anki
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