Saturday, May 30, 2015

A Brief Idea about the History of Saris

The sari is one of the world’s oldest cloth or women garment and perhaps the only surviving unstitched women garment. Mostly saris are very much used in south Asian countries like India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka etc. In these countries women like to wear saris from ancient age. In Hindu mythological reports saris are also worn by Hindu Goddesses. So the saris are very old garments those are used over thousands of years by women in India and in some other south Asian countries.

Saris are available in many varieties and made with different materials. In different areas these are different kinds of saris are present.       

The saris are made with cotton and silk the art of weaving it into fabric came to India from the Mesopotamian civilisation. Both the men and women of the contemporary Indus Valley Civilisation time were the cotton cloths and therefore familiar with cotton fabrics and wore long pieces of material which could best be described as loin cloths at those time these clothes are very much popular and most of the people uses these clothes in those time.

Traditional Indian Silk Sarees available online
According to early history the old style of Indian clothing was not only limited to Mesopotamia culture or the Indus Valley culture but was common to Egypt, Sumer, and Assyria cultures. There are many relics of all these civilisations, now available in seals and figurines those prove this fact that women of most of these civilisations are initially wear similar types of cloths.

This shows that saris are very old kind of female garments and still also these are present. This shows the effectiveness of the saris. Now days not only in India also in other countries like USA, UK and Australia etc are countries women using the saris in special occasions.

Now days the women from different countries purchasing the saris from different online shopping stores by using online shopping technique. So these are some things about the history of saris and demand of saris in all over the world.      

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