The world is not unaware to the inherent ability of an Indian saree to arouse awe inspiring beauty in women. The six yard strip of unstitched cloth is draped artistically over feminine body is as beautiful a poet’s imagination. Though saree is worn many countries like Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bhutan, Burma and Malaysia but the name that gets inevitably mentioned universally is that of the Indian saree.
Saree has been the traditional dress of India since time immemorial. The passage of time has only made it clear that traditions are no less attractive that transformations. Though traditional Indian saree was made out fabrics like cotton and silk but in recent years saree come up in different fabrics like siphon, georgettes and many other kinds of artificially made fabrics. There have been changes done in the embroidery work done upon the Indian saree. Saree has successfully garbed the role of fashion wear and is the favorite of many. One can find different patterns of Indian saree in different regions. It is interesting to note that the Indian saree can be worn many different ways as is worn by people belonging to different states. Blouse used as upper garment for Indian saree brings in a lot of difference to its appeal in accordance with the different cuts in which they come. A halter neck blouse is very different in its appeal with that of airhostess cut blouse. An Indian saree carry loads of beauty beneath its beautiful draped pleats.