The Indian woman and her saree are inseparable from each other. They are like a dual identity who bear value and bring a sense of belonging towards each other. We can rather say that sari has made Indian womans wardrobe a talk of the tinsel town and vice-a-versa. An extension of her personality, a saree not only brings out the best in a woman but also adds some glamour and grace to her persona. It reveals as well as conceals adding that naughty flavor to a womans attire making her look sexy even when she is draped from head to toe.
The best part of a womens existence is that she can dress up to her heart’s content. Whichever attire she wears, she has plenty of them as choice, Indian women can actually pick from a large collection of saris ranging from banarasi, kancheepuram silk, bandhej, baluchari, pocchampally and zari.
Woman can choose her best for the day and look hot as well as traditional. Sarees not only add that pinch of glamour to her personality but also gives her a distinctive identity. Keeping this in mind, most of the ceremonies in India actually require a sari to be worn while performing them like marriage, or poojas.
Besides Indian woman, a sari also adorns and beautifies women from other parts of the world who find this attire very fascinating and interesting. So be it a Russian or American, a Chinese women or a Srilankan, saree brings the best appearance out of all.