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Saree Sapne -- Celebrating the Indian Saree

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Tribal Woman in a Old-fashioned Bordered Saree
Old Time Saree Fashions
Woman in Her Vanity Putting on a Saree
Notice the pleats held in her right hand

A Style of the Saree Worn Below Navel
Illustration Based on Medieval Sculpture
Old Time Saree Fashions
Mini Sari with a Belt
A Fashionable Style of Saree
Illustration based on a 12th century sculpture, Badami

Women in Sarees
Painting by Raja Ravi Varma
Indian Women in Sarees
Pallu Designs
The Throw of a Saree

The Saree as Cradle
A working mother nurtures infant at work (road construction) by using the saree as a cradle
Pregnant Indian Woman in Sari
There's No Such Thing as a Maternity Saree
Because the saree is unstitched piece of cloth, no special clothes are required during pregnancy

Yet Another Variety of Wearing the Saree
Notice how the sari has no throw (pallu) and the edge is fastened around the neck
Saree Varieties
The Half-Sari
The "Half-Saree"
The saree worn exposing the skirt was once a fashion

 

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