Top 5 saris for your wardrobe

Sari is a very popular unstitched female garment in India and in some other south Asian countries. Indian women very much like to wear saris, so these are many varieties of saris are available in different parts of India.

But these are some saris those you much want to keep in your wardrobe, those are:  Pattachitra sari, Sambalpuri sari, Sonepuri Sari, south Indian sari and west Bengal handloom sari.

The above saris are very popular because of its fine design and good quality, also the weavers do very hard work to make these saris very beautiful. So these five saris are very much popular among Indian women and among women of other countries also.

Handcrafted Patachitra Saree available online
Handcrafted Patachitra Saree Available Online

Pattachitra saris are basically produced in Puri district (land of Lord Jagannath). Here in the village named as Raghurajpur the famous pattachitra saris are produced by the very skilful weavers of Odisha. In these saris the images of Lord Jagannath, Lord Vishnu are mostly painted so Hindu community people like these saris very much.

Sambalpuri saris are another very popular kind of sari of the state Odisha. These saris are mainly produced in the Sambalpur district by the traditional way of weaving. These saris are made in silk and cotton fabrics, as the saris are very beautiful and the sambalpuri pata saris are very much beautiful and traditional motifs and attractive design and colour attract all women towards it.

Another best quality sari that you must want to keep in your wardrobe is Banarasi sari. This is a sari made in Varanasi or Banaras. These saris are very beautiful and attractive. Gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery work of this sari makes it very special and all women like this very much.

South Indian saris are also very popular these are many types of silk and cotton saris re available in south Indian region. Kanchipuram sari, mundum neriyathum, Molakalmuru Sari, Pochampally Sari, Gadwal sari are the most famous saris of south Indian region you must keep a best design south Indian sari in your wardrobe.

West Bengal handloom sarees are the most famous and popular types of saris those are very famous among the Indian women. Baha sari, tant sari and other types of silk and cotton saris are produced in west Bengal are very beautiful and women in all over the India like to wear and want to keep in their wardrobe.

So these are five very beautiful and famous types of saris those you must want to keep in your wardrobe.

Durga puja sarees online shopping | Buy Silk sarees for Pujo | Shop Cotton Sarees

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Durga Puja Sarees Online
Durga Puja Sarees Online

Handloom Cotton Saree Shopping Now Easy and Affordable

Good news for all Odisha handloom cotton sarees lovers living all over the planet. Now you can shop through our online shopping site. Other than cotton sarees, now you can buy silk sarees, shirts, home decors, gift item and many more.

cotton saree shopping now easy from anywhere
cotton saree shopping now easy from anywhere

Young Indian women research sarees thoroughly before online shopping

Now women dominated indian online market as customer and this is continuously increasing each moment.

Women in their 20s and early 30s often thoroughly research products before making purchases by gathering information from the Web, social media, online reviews, friends, family and their parents, a new survey shows.

More than 80 percent of women this age, called Millennials, say they put a great deal of thought into what they buy to make sure it’s the best choice, according to the survey of 1,100 women who were born between 1979 and 1993.

When it comes to clothing, shoes and personal care items and high-tech purchases such as a computer, cellphone or tablet, the Millennial women rely more on input from their peers than their parents, says Tracey Hope-Ross, senior vice president of consumer insights and research for Mom Central Consulting, a social media firm which conducted the survey.

They turn to their parents for advice on big decisions: 66 percent ask their parents’ opinion when purchasing a home or car and one in three look to their parents for advice when choosing a life partner, she says.

“The buying process is a longer one for Millennial women than it is for Baby Boomers or Gen Xers,” Hope-Ross says. These young women “gather a lot of information from disparate sources. They talk to their parents. They talk to their friends online and offline. They look at brand websites for a lot of their factual information, and they rely on comments on social media. They take these many sources of information, decide what product is best for them, and then finally make a decision.”

Choose and Buy
Choose and Buy

Other survey findings:

93 percent of Millennial women have purchased a product after hearing about it from a family member or friend.
71 percent spend more time browsing for products online than they do in stores.
48 percent use social media to learn about new trends in fashion, food, art and music.
93 percent either always or sometimes read online reviews before buying a product.
78 percent say they’re more likely to purchase a product if it receives a positive review on a retail website.
Nearly 70 percent are unfazed by celebrity spokespeople.

Unrelated to shopping, but another fascinating finding from the survey: Almost 90 percent of Millennial women talk to their parents once a week or more, and 50 percent speak with them daily.

Source: shreveporttimes

Kasavu Saree – A woven treasure from Kerala

Kasavu sarees are one of the best saree from state of kerala, you must have seen them in many bollywood and south movies. South cotton sarees generally beautifully designed and attract buyers like banarasi and odisha cotton sarees.

Kasavu sarees from kerala
Kasavu sarees from kerala

E- Shopping going to boost by Indian beautiful women

Indian women took the major portions of online shopping in last year and this trend continue to rise in coming years. Women in india shop more than 30 % of shopping and they are mostly inclined towards fashionable clothes, sarees, accessories, shoes, watches and perfumes. As more and more women in india now working in govt and private organization and having internet at work make them easy to shop online during breaks.

Women totally purchased more than 500 billion dollar of goodies for them in last year and this will grow more 30 to 40 percentage in 2014 as per a private marketing research company.

The worst part is traditional shops going to be affected by this huge change of marketing changes, even most the shops started setting up small e store to boost their turnover and sell.

As world going to change it self in form of technology and fast moving because of new age smart phones which make women more close to shopping online when ever they want, wherever they are. In coming three years india will triple its mobile and tablet users which boost online sale and thanks to these beautiful women to change the world for these online shopping sites in india.

Women shopping online
Women shopping online

Type of saris sold on Indian market through Online Shopping

Even if most of the women now not willing to wear saris as regular wear, still they like this 6 yard cloth in many occasions. They are many type, varieties of sarees available in market, From them we have collected few mentioned below.

  • Banarasi
  • Bandhani
  • Cotton
  • Cotton Silk
  • Designer
  • Georgette
  • handwoven
  • heavy work
  • Jacquard
  • Kanchivaram
  • Chiffon
  • Leheriya
  • Net
  • Satin
  • Silk
  • Wedding
  • Bollywood
  • Half
  • Uppada
  • Paithani
Banarsi Sarees Online Shopping
Banarsi Sarees Online Shopping

Cotton Saree Shopping and Online Stores in India

Day by day women in India shifting gear and adopting western attire in daily life. But still traditional cotton sarees not lost in this huge market in our country. Most of ladies still wear sari in india who were living in small towns.

Different state and region have their own style of draping. Even the designs are unique in all indian states. Previously it was not easy get a saree and buy it from a different state. but as online shopping growing day by day. Now we can purchase cotton sarees from all places like odisha, kerala, andhra, gujarat, banaras and many locations.

Handloom cotton sarees have customers who fond of it and love to buy them, even in worst situations they do not like to buy chiffon saris in cheap prices. Handloom sari usually price higher than normal printed wears because it directly based on wages of designer and weavers in india. They are the who affects and not getting enough for their job.

We at Odisha trying hard to keep them happy and that can only possible with your support. So instead of buying lot of cheap sarees go for one best quality cotton saree which suit you and indian weather conditions.

Thank You all for keep supporting by shopping from us.

Cotton Saree Shopping
Cotton Saree Shopping

What is saree called in different part of India.

Saree is one female garment which can drape whole body of female and can be wear in more than 100 styles. Indian women look beautiful in sari.

Different state and places call it in some particular name, lets collect the list here:

  1. Sadhi – Odisha
  2. sari – Hindi
  3. sati – Sanskrit (which mean a strip of cloth)
  4. saree – Indian English
  5. sadi – in Prakrit
  6. Sattika – Buddhists called it
  7. Kapor – West Bengal

More will be added soon

Indian Saree
Indian Saree

11 Best Saree Shopping Stores available in India

Indian saris are made with love of our weaver. All sarees have its own value and uniqueness. All states of india have own style of design and style. Here are eleven shops/ Brand where you can find best quality handloom products. You can shop online or offline from physical stores.

List of Shops for cotton and silks sarees:

  • Kumaran Silks
  • The Chennai Silks
  • Laxmipati sarees
  • Sabyasachi Saree
  • Nalli Silk
  • RMKC Silks
  • Pothys Online
  • Mysore Silk
  • Upadda Sari
  • Rangoli Sarees
  • Rajguru Saris
Saree Shop
Saree Shop

National Costume of Asia Region for Men and Women

World is a large place to live in where currently 7.162 billion and from this in India only we have 1.237 billions. All places in asia have different taste of food and costumes.  We are trying to give you a list of clothing used by these asian countries.

Costumes are:

  • Kazakhstan – Chapan
  • India – Dhoti and Lungi, Kurta (male) and Sari (female)
  • Maldives – Dhivehi libaas (women) Sarong, long sleeved white shirt (men)
  • Bhutan – Gho (male) and Kira (female)
  • New Zealand – Maori Flax Skirts
  • Cambodia – Sampot, Apsara, Sabai.
  • Hawaii – Hawaiian Shirt, Hawaiian Skirt
  • Indonesia – Batik, Kebaya (female), Peci hat (male)
  • Malaysia – Baju Melayu (male), Baju Kurung (female), Baju Kebaya (female), Sarong
  • Myanmar – Longyi
  • Tonga – tupenu
  • Philippines – Barong Tagalog (male) and Baro’t saya (female)
  • Thailand – Suea Phra Ratchathan (male) and Thai Chakkri, Thai Boromphiman, Thai Siwalai, Thai Dusit, Thai Chakkraphat, Thai Amarin, Thai Chitlada, Thai Ruean Ton (female), Sampot
  • Nepal – Daura and Suruwal, (male) and Saree, sari, Gunyou Cholo (female)
  • Pakistan – Shalwar Qameez for both men and women.
  • Sri Lanka – Dhoti and Lungi, Sarong, Sari
  • Mongolian deel
  • China – Hanfu, then Qipao and Changshan
  • Japan – Kimono
  • Korea – Hanbok
  • Mongolia – Deel
  • South Asia
  • Bangladesh – Pajama and Panjabi, Kurta/Panjabi (male) and Sari, Salwar Kameez (female)
  • Southeast Asia and Pacific
  • Cambodian sampot
Indian Sarees
Indian Sarees

Modern Style of Wearing a Saree

Due to relocation to Western countries such as South Africa, countless Indian women began to dress in the common saree lower than the waistline exposing the navel, famous as low-rise saree or low down hip saree. Hence, the gap between the bottom of the saree blouse and the upper portion of the petticoat began to enlarge to expose the navel or a fit roll of fat as a substitute of only a pair of inches of skin. Also due to liberalisation and altering international fashion styles, sarees are re-rising as clothing which can expose as much as it secretes. As a effect, sarees began to be created in many modern ways and fabrics. Transparent and semi-transparent sarees prepared of sheer materials such as chiffon are an instance. Heavily decorated sarees gave way to featured nylons and polyesters.

Saree Wearing Style of Glamorous Shilpa Setty
Saree Wearing Style of Glamorous Shilpa Shetty

These sarees are arranged in various ways such as petticoat being tied at about 4–5 inches lower the navel or where the blouse is tiny and ends just lower the breasts and the pallu is thin, thereby exposing some portion of the blouse and approximately the complete midriff. A fashion designer once stated,” The saree is the most adaptable garment in the globe. It can, with a flounce of the head, be traditional or with a spark of the navel, stylish. If you are going for an entreaty get together, all you require to do is to position the pallu above the shoulders or cover up your head with it. The similar saree, worn a slight low to show off the navel, and grouped up with a rear-less choli, and show a bit of cleavage, can build you the most stylish woman at a blend gathering.”

Wearing the saree lower the navel does not constantly direct to exposing it, as the navel is wrapped with the pallu in a low-rise non-clear saree. This fashion can be obliging for tall women for whom tying the saree over the navel might not be possible. The pallu assists in wrapping the navel. In Indian community ethnicity, sarees are needed to be worn in a graceful method avoiding navel disclosure.